Florence's Simposio is a travel cookbook from Italy with the city's traditional and authentic recipes and my favorite Renaissance Florentines. Men and women, sinners, anachronistically flung in Dante's Inferno and then celebrated with tasty menus. Because in their...
Italian cookbook series
Welcome to SIMPOSIO, an Italian cookbook series of experiential guides to the peninsula. A Cookbook and a travel book, plus culture notes, recipes and beautiful pictures will lead you through the endless heritage of Italy.
Simposio is available both in print and digital on Amazon.
Besides food and travel, SIMPOSIO covers culture, traditions, and stories, to give you an Italian full immersion experience.
These books will allow you to visit and enjoy Italy like never before.
Sit on your sofa, open a bottle of wine, and enjoy a travelogue about everything Italy narrated by a local.
The author, photographer, and publisher is Claudia Rinaldi, an Italian food blogger who lives in Rome and travels the peninsula in search of authentic recipes, old-world stories, and inspiration.
In this post, I’ll share with you what to eat in Siena: local foods, typical ingredients, and the traditional dishes you can’t miss!
The Rome issue: a collection of magical places, fascinating personages, and delicious recipes!
If your father is Italian or of Italian origins, and you want a fabulous, new, and Italian gift for him, you may have found it. Simposio is an Italian recipe, travel, and culture seasonal book series, made in Italy, by an Italian author.Each book is dedicated to a...
This issue of Simposio is a travel cookbook dedicated to Capri for the lovers of the Italian island, those about to discover its sea, stories, legends, and exquisite food, or those dreaming of visiting it one day.
the Cinque Terre issue to visit the Ligurian riviera, eat tons of pesto, and drink delicious white wine
A guide to Chianti’s slow travel.
A travel guide to Alba and Langhe in Piedmont. Learn about the food, the traditions, the things to do and see, and the basics for a truffle experience.
Lecce, the Florence of the South.
Palermo, roses (cooking with roses too!), spring recipes, tuna delights, egg dishes, unmissable pasta and more!