life in Italy

Life in Italy: a little journaling and the blog posts about my life in Rome.

How’s life in Italy? There’s a lot of grocery shopping, a lot of cooking, beauty and art everywhere, and a lot of traditions.
Here you’ll find my little adventures, everyday life pics, and the blog posts about Italy’s way of life, at least the one I witness.

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28.11.19

This year, I’m DIY my Christmas ornaments.

23.11.19

Taranto is famous for its “hairy” mussels.

17.11.19

All dressed up for the Sunday family lunch.

27.11.19

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas: decorations at the villa where I go with my dog!

22.11.19

“Gli ori di Taranto”, jewels from the 400 BC – I want one of these tiaras!

26.11.19

cooking spleen for the first time – messy

22.11.19

We are in Taranto for the pettole: on St Cecilia, the first day of Christmas, families ┬ámake these fried dough delights and sprinkle them with sugar or salt. This year I tried cauliflower stuffed pettole…

25.11.19

the butcher gave me passito* filled chocolates!

*passito is a sweet, dessert Italian wine

25.11.19

Found a little treasure! It’s truffle season!!!

16.11.19

I looooove Rome piazzas.

life in Italy blog posts

Italian gifts made in Italy

Italian gifts made in Italy

Italian gifts made in Italy: “regali” for your family and friends who are in love with Italy. Here is my list of Amazon Italian Christmas gifts ideas.

fall table decor

fall table decor

Fall table decor with pumpkins and leaves. This is a sweet little post to inspire and give you a few ideas for your table decor for fall.

Italian eating, happy eating!

Italian eating, happy eating!

Italian eating customs: learn about Italian eating habits, words and etiquette and fill your life with flavors, textures, and pleasures.

Gourmet Mag: Lecce issue

Gourmet Mag: Lecce issue

Visit Lecce, the Florence of the South. Read the stories, learn the traditions, and savor the food.

Plus: Italian summer recipes, pasta, salads, eggplants and ricotta!

Italian football culture

Italian football culture

Italian football culture in Italy’s everyday life: conversation topic, overexposure, women participation, and emotional involvement.

Christmas in Italy

Christmas in Italy

Christmas in Italy from the tree day to La Befana: everything that happens, including food, traditions and family business.

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