More Sicilian Ceramics In Burgio

Burgio, a remote mountain town in Agrigento province, is one of Sicily’s ceramic centers, where for centuries different family studios created distinct pottery. Different from Santo Stefano di Camastra, Caltagirone, and Sciacca, most of Burgio’s are most depicted on tan-colored and off-white beds. If looking for an off-the-beaten path stop, it’s a great place to…

Learn To Make Sicilian Pistachio Pesto And More

The glory of Sicilian cuisine is its simplicity and use of fresh, seasonal ingredients. Pistachio pesto offers you that and more! Your taste buds will dance. You’ll impress your friends. Join me this Saturday for Learn to Make Pistachio Pesto, Cavatelli Pasta, and Sicilian Orange Salad! Register at https://experiencesicily.com/events/online-sicily-events/pistachio-pesto-pasta/

That Goat With Spiral Horns In Sicily

Distinguished by their spiral, tall horns and long hair, this rare breed of goat, called capra girgentana, is valuable for its milk that possesses an equal amount of fat to protein. The name girgentana recalls the old Sicilian name of the city of Agrigento, Girgenti.  During the mid-twentieth century, throughout southwestern Sicily, girgentana goats numbered…

Tonight: Online Sicily Trivia

Sicilian-Style Trivia Challenge & Happy Hour Today! Friday, October 9 at 7pm (Eastern) Register Now: https://wiccny.webinarninja.com/live-webinars/512255/register. Join me with my friend Carla Gambescia for a fun evening that was created specially by La Dolce Vita University to celebrate La Bella Sicilia! Presented by the Westchester Italian Cultural Center. Here’s a warm-up: What is the architectural…