Join Fine Dining Lovers in a journey across Sicily, the biggest island of Mediterranean basin: here's a collection of inspiring postcards about things to do in Sicily, to travel through the culture, landscapes and local food & wine products of the Italian region, a great and lush triangle in the south of Italy.
It’s an amazing land very rich in sunshine, history and culture – even the culinary one: the island’s delicacies reflect the many different populations that passed through there, from ancient Greek to the Romans, Arabs and Normans. That’s the reason why, for example, couscous is an iconic Sicilian dish as it is in Tunisia, sweets are absolute protagonists as they are in Greece or the Middle East, and even pasta – the most popular Italian dish you can imagine – gets an an eastern touch when raisins and pine nuts are added to fresh sardines.
The team at Don Julio have taken over an unloved corner of Buenos Aires. Organic produce harvested at the community-focused urban garden Huerta Luna de Enfrente will exclusively benefit local soup kitchens. Read on for the full story.