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- Craco: A ghost town in Italy 2 days ago If you have heard about abandoned towns in Italy you have probably heard about Craco. And as a popular movie location chances are you've seen it too. The post Craco: A ghost town in Italy appeared first on Italian Notes.
- Italian eggplant croquettes 6 days ago Inimitable snacks that disappear in the blink of an eye. The post Italian eggplant croquettes appeared first on Italian Notes.
- Things to see in Sulmona 1 week ago Ancient history and colourful sweets are among the things to see in Sulmona. A smallish Abruzzo town with charm as massive as the surrounding mountains. The post Things to see in Sulmona appeared first on Italian Notes.
- Fava and pea soup 1 week ago With mint and olive oil. The post Fava and pea soup appeared first on Italian Notes.
- Among rice fields in Italy 2 weeks ago Paddy fields are mostly found in Asia, but you can travel among rice fields in Italy. We followed the rice route to waterscapes in landlocked Piedmont. The post Among rice fields in Italy appeared first on Italian Notes.
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09:08 AM October 12, 2012
This is truly an excellent blog that offers so much variety and wonderful, unique insights about so many aspects of Italy. I love sharing her posts on FB.
09:46 AM October 12, 2012
Always interesting - the Italy photos and delicious food posts are wonderful.
12:55 PM October 12, 2012
Really enjoyed this, and would love to invite you Mette to our family inn, the Locanda Toscanini in Southern Tuscany, near the Fonteverde Spa in San Casciano dei Bagni. Look us up and come visit! Ciao for now. CW
06:41 AM October 15, 2012
This is one of my go-to blogs for an Italy fix. I love learning all about the off the grid Italian towns. The site is well laid out with beautiful pictures. The food posts and recipes are awesome!
16:27 PM October 22, 2012
I regularly drool when reading this blog - the recipes are fab, and the photography's lovely too.
17:58 PM November 21, 2012
I love Mette's blog. Her posts are short but jammed pack full of information and history that you wouldn't find in a guide book. I also love the recipe section of her blog. It frequently inspires my dinner.