The Power Of The Pomegranate

Pomegranates (melograni in Italian) are in season. Scholars believe that the fruit was brought to Sicily by both the Phoenicians and the Greeks, not only for food, but also for religious reasons. Pomegranate seeds represent fertility, prosperity, abundance, and generosity. And because of the Persephone myth–when the maiden daughter of the goddess Demeter eats the…

Dinner In Marzamemi

Dinner in Marzamemi (especially during a weeknight when there are fewer people in the village) is enchanting. Last week, I had a fantastic evening with my friends Jodi, Curtis, and Pam, laughing as the moon rose over our outdoor table. The late September temperature was perfect!

Cannoli Crawl New York City Food Tour This October

Go beyond the ordinary with me, during the Cannoli Crawl. You’ll eat scrumptious Sicilian-inspired foods, learn New York City history, and meet the locals during our “passeggiata” through The Village and Little Italy. You and your loved ones will have a blast while becoming Cannoli Connoisseurs. Upcoming Dates Saturdays, October 12 and 26 and Sunday,…

Cooking In Agrigento Province | Stirring Sicily, Day 5

Experience Sicily Stirring Sicily Tour | Day 5 We learned and laughed with Annalisa of GoSicily Cooking Experience during an outstanding cooking class, making fresh Cavatelli pasta, chicken cacciatora, and biancomangiare with almonds. Then we stood in awe of Valley of the Temples with our guide Salvatore while the sun lit the magnificent site. Fortunately…