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Everybody has a story to tell. Have you ever thought about it? It’s natural for almost all of us. You meet a friend and you tell your story, whatever it is: love, friendship, fun, experience, work. Your stories, as mine, are a treasure, something that no one would never know, except for the chance you give us to…

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This is a story of flour, eggs and heart. This is a story of a humble man, grown up with strong hands and a huge sense of humor. This is the story of Daniele Marziali, the anarchist bread maker. Being a blogger means meet people, man and women who work in this soulful land called Romagna, happy to share their stories…

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It’s early in the morning when we arrive at the Cubo Magico (magic cube), a visit center placed near the end of the Bevano River. This is one of the many access to the Regional Park of Po’ River Delta, a unique wetland that covers 54.000 hectares between Ferrara and Ravenna, two important cities of Emilia Romagna.…

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After a summer spent in drinking wine and visiting some local vineyards, I was thinking to stop for a while, trying to understand the evolutions that Romagna winemakers are following and also considering to approach a developing trend that goes towards a more natural production of both wine and food, notwithstanding…

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Romagna is a land of wines and mills. You can still find them, especially in the mountains, where passionate millers are working traditional grains but also ancient ones. The rediscovery of traditional breads in recent years lead to a new interest about the ancient grains: gentil rosso, senatore Cappelli and others.…

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Do you really know Ravenna? For some of you the right question would be, Do you know Ravenna at all? A Unesco site town that should be known all over the world for its wonderful gold and blue mosaics, its byzantine huge churches and its ancient history. But maybe Ravenna is more than that and, as Romans used to say,…

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Ancient libraries always had a very special charme for me. I had the chance to inherit a quite huge collection of books from my uncle. When I was a child, I used to spend hours just looking at those dusty volumes, peeping inside and try to figure out why that book was written and why my uncle decided to buy it. Old…