Here you’ll find pictures, home life, travel adventures, cooking challenges, beauty and art from my life in Rome, Italy
How’s life in Italy today?
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.
LIFE IN ITALY PICS FROM MY JOURNALING ON THE ITALIAN COLORS NEWSLETTER:
ROME IS CROWDED
ART IN VIA MARGUTTA
CHRISTMAS IN ROME
CHRISTMAS IN VENICE
APERITIVO WITH A VIEW
more pics from my life in rome
I have a page where I gather daily life in Rome pics, journaling and thoughts.
MORE PICS AND STORIES
ON THE ITALIAN COLORS NEWSLETTER
life in Italy blog posts
This writing about the Pizzica dance, Taranta, Tarantate and the women of Puglia is from the Lecce's Simposio, a recipe, travel, and culture book made in Italy.The story of a tarantataLet me tell you a story... We are in a small town in Salento in the early 1930s....
Ciao Italophile friends! This is a typical lazy Sunday in my Italian home. Inspiration if you’d like to live like an Italian for a day!
In this post, I’m sharing with you an Italian card game for Christmas: Sputo. Fun, easy, endlessly repeatable card game for Italian Cartate.
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...
When Romans wanted to celebrate, they hosted or attended a Convivium, the Roman symposium. A banquet for feasting, socializing and flirting.
Welcome to Matera, Basilicata, the city of Sassi, bread, intimate relationships, shame, traditions, history, delicious recipes, and mysticism.
In this post, I’ll share with you a sort of decalogue of the perfect summer Tuscan barbecue that I wrote for the Italian Colors Newsletter.
In this post, I’ll share with you what Taranto is known for, what to see, and what to eat in this little-known, greatly rich in culture, Puglia travel destination.
Today, inspired by Maremma’s Simposio, we will explore “cinghiale”, wild boar, culture in Italy: Italian recipes, iconic dishes, city encounters, and the countryside culture.
We came back from our Umbria culinary travel, a road trip, with the car exploding. We had, as always, gone a bit too far with wine, oil, and local specialties shopping.