Day 12 of Myths & Mysteries of Sicily: As Above/So Below | Transformation

Live from Sicily! Day 12 of Myths & Mysteries of Sicily: As Above/So Below | Transformation. The town of Salemi (led by Visit Borgo Salemi) displayed to us its rich culture of ritual bread making for San Giuseppe. The Azienda Cucchiara served us an outstanding lunch of products from their farm, including the freshest cannoli…

Day 11 of Experience Sicily Myths & Mysteries of Sicily: As Above/So Below | Loving Kindness

Day 11 of Experience Sicily Myths & Mysteries of Sicily: As Above/So Below | Loving Kindness. We started the day with an out-of-this-world cannolo. Got salty at the Trapani salt flats. Erice, the land of Aphrodite-Venus bewitched us with its panoramas and labyrinth of alleyways. In this sacred place, in the shadow of where a…

Cannoli Crawl Smiles

Today’s Cannoli Crawl was packed with smiles! Our Cannoli Connoisseurs voted Polosud number 1… But it was a toss-up between numbers two and three (Caffe Palermo and/or Pasticceria Rocco). What do you think is the most wonderful cannolo in New York City (or at least on our tour)? Come on the Cannoli Crawl to find…

Become A Cannoli Connoisseur

Too often I’ve had people tell me that they don’t like cannoli. But to me, that’s like saying you don’t like red wine. Because like red wine, each cannolo (in Italian, the singular of cannoli) has a distinct flavor, texture, and ultimately, culinary experience that is dependent on how it’s made, the ingredients used, and…

It’s The People

I love sharing Sicily with you. And the New York City walking and tasting tour I’ve created enables me to do that State side–as much as one can! Saturday’s Cannoli Crawl was a joyful experience of sights, sounds, tastes, and people, like our Experience Sicily client (for whom we designed a tour last year), Susan,…