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The most beautiful natural pools of Italy

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Ready for a dip? Discover the most beautiful natural pools of Italy, corners of paradise where you can spend unforgettable days

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First time cruisers: comparing Royal Caribbean's Oasis class to Voyager class - Royal Caribbean Blog (blog)

First time cruisers: comparing Royal Caribbean's Oasis class to Voyager class - Royal Caribbean Blog (blog) | Gourmet Traveler | Scoop.it
Royal Caribbean Blog (blog) First time cruisers: comparing Royal Caribbean's Oasis class to Voyager class Royal Caribbean Blog (blog) Honorable mention for the Oasis class is Harmony of the Seas, which will debut in 2016 and will have water slides,...
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5 Herbs Every Homemaker Should Grow

5 Herbs Every Homemaker Should Grow | Gourmet Traveler | Scoop.it
“Are you going to Scarborough Fair?” Well if you are, pick up the following herbs for growing in your window box, patio pots or backyard garden. They are five herbs every homemaker should grow, es...
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Food Lovers in London

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Get ready for a delicious evening of Southern food in a luxurious private home setting right here in Central London!
Nataleigh is putting on a vegetarian supper club serving up true southern flavours
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Culinary Hotline: Chef Zola answers your foodie questions

http://www.expressoshow.com/ Zola's standing by to answer your burning food questions!
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London pop-up restaurant to serve Nepalese food for earthquake relief

London pop-up restaurant to serve Nepalese food for earthquake relief | Gourmet Traveler | Scoop.it
London-based Grub Club and Rajiv's Kitchen will serve traditional three-course meals to raise money for disaster-relief efforts in Nepal.

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10 Reasons to Drink "Real" Italian Wine

10 Reasons to Drink "Real" Italian Wine | Gourmet Traveler | Scoop.it
Their wine reads like a story in a bottle, a liquid recollection of place and people....

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Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, April 29, 2015 11:17 AM

Why drink "real" Italian wine?

  1. Good for the planet.
  2. Skip the headache.
  3. Funky native grape varieties
  4. Become a terroirist
  5. Travel (vicariously and actually)
  6. Meet the vintners
  7. Be an Individual in a Community
  8. Connect to culture
  9. Discover the Food
  10. The Pleasure of Taste
Wendy Yackimec's curator insight, May 1, 2015 10:56 AM

I agree with all these reasons. Definitely headache free, food friendly and also some great aperitif wine.

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Bangers and Colcannon with Guinness Onion Gravy

Bangers and Colcannon with Guinness Onion Gravy | Gourmet Traveler | Scoop.it
RT @ForkTenderEats: Bangers and Colcannon with Guinness Onion Gravy #Recipe http://t.co/DrDNQpvvCI via @ClosetCooking #Foodie #FoodPorn htt…
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​How Food Marketers Make You Think You're Choosing Healthy Food

​How Food Marketers Make You Think You're Choosing Healthy Food | Gourmet Traveler | Scoop.it
Plans to eat healthy can fly out the window when you step into a grocery store. Maybe you add junk food to your cart full of vegetables. Or maybe you believe the hype that a food is healthy, when it's really not the best choice.

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You Will Feel Better's curator insight, April 2, 2015 10:56 AM

Lat time I was grocery shopping I saw all the new "Gluten Free" cerials from all the major processed foods manufacturers. I even took a pic with my phone to remind to write something about it. This article seems to cover the topic perfectly.

Fliss Clooney's curator insight, May 14, 2015 8:29 AM

Don't believe everything you see, especially if its on the front of a food packet!

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7daystour.com the best tour operator to myanmar

Stop your search for the best tour operator to Myanmar, and get in touch with 7days Travels and Tours to enjoy the most memorable holiday. For more details vis…


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Paul Walker's curator insight, August 18, 2014 6:55 AM

Stop your search for the best tour operator to Myanmar, and get in touch with 7days Travels and Tours to enjoy the most memorable holiday.

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21 reasons why you should go to Turin

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The capital of Piedmont, Turin, is one of the best places where to spend a few days amongst beautiful churches and historic museums, while enjoying delicious traditional dishes. Here are 21 good reasons why you should go to Turin next weekend. [...]


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Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, December 25, 2014 4:16 PM
  1. Drink a glass of Bicerin at Al Bicerin café
  2. Escape to Cairo at the Egyptian Museum
  3. Sample bagna cauda
  4. Admire the Holy Shroud
  5. Try Gianduiotto at Guido Gobino
  6. Visit the Basilica of Superga
  7. Visit the Museo nazionale del cinema at Mole Antonelliana
  8. Dine at Michelin starred Del Cambio Restaurant
  9. Feel like an intellectual in Turin’s historic cafés
  10. Visit Lingotto
  11. Visit the Juventus Stadium
  12. Go out in San Salvario
  13. Eat Agnolotti
  14. Enjoy a breath-taking view from Turin’s hills
  15. Eat Fritto Misto alla Piemontese (not for the squeamish)
  16. Have a walk through Portici of Via Po
  17. Have a glass of Cinzano
  18. Make a wish at Piazza San Carlo
  19. In the footsteps of Risorgimento personalities
  20. Travel back in time at Borgo Medievale in the Valentino Park
  21. Shop at the Mercato di Porta Palazzo
landscape architecture &sustainability's curator insight, December 25, 2014 8:22 PM

aggiungi la tua intuizione ...

Marie-Laurence Deberghe's curator insight, December 28, 2014 7:28 AM

A seulement 2 h de La Brigue, un ville très riche sur les plans culturels et historique....

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14 Treasures of Tuscany

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Culture is at the root of everything in Tuscany – from the etruscan era to the Renaissance times, Tuscany is probably the greatest repository of art in the world, from extraordinary paintings and sculpture to frescoes and architectural masterpieces.[...]


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Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, December 16, 2014 9:43 AM
  1. Florence Cathedral
  2. Palazzo Medici Riccardi – Florence
  3. Medici Chapels & Church of San Lorenzo – Florence
  4. David by Michelangelo at the Gallery of the Academy of Florence
  5. Ponte Vecchio, Florence
  6. Boboli Gardens (Palazzo Pitti) – Florence
  7. The Uffizi Gallery, Florence
  8. Siena
  9. Pienza – The Ideal City
  10. Montalcino, City of the Brunello
  11. Monteriggioni
  12. Saturnia Thermal Springs / Terme di Saturnia
  13. Montepulciano
  14. Val d’Orcia
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Summer Salute - Di Bruno Bros.

Summer Salute - Di Bruno Bros. | Gourmet Traveler | Scoop.it
Purchase fine cheeses, oils, vinegar, pasta, and sauces (Head to @DiBrunoBros on Chestnut today for free gourmet samplings, live music & a guess-the-weight cheese contest.
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25 Reasons Garlic, Ginger, and Scallions Are the Holy Flavor Trinity Slideshow Photos - Bon Appétit

25 Reasons Garlic, Ginger, and Scallions Are the Holy Flavor Trinity Slideshow Photos - Bon Appétit | Gourmet Traveler | Scoop.it
This combo makes everything better, except maybe ice cream. That would be weird.
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The Wonders of Capers!

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I didn't know so much went into my beloved capers!

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30 Tasty Food Mobile Application Designs for Foodies | Inspiration

30 Tasty Food Mobile Application Designs for Foodies | Inspiration | Gourmet Traveler | Scoop.it
Here I have collected 30 tasty food mobile application designs that would inspire you, and moreover, make your mouth water.
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Le Marche Wines available in the newest Restaurant in Charleston -West Virginia

Le Marche Wines available in the newest Restaurant in Charleston -West Virginia | Gourmet Traveler | Scoop.it

The Block, at the corner of Capitol and Virginia streets in downtown Charleston - is an epicurean’s dream come true with a deliciously enticing menu and a wine list that is extensive and well thought out. 

I chose Bisci Verdicchio from around the commune of Matelica in the Italian state of Marche. The verdicchio grown and vinted in this part of Italy is much superior to the wine made from the same grape grown closer to the Adriatic Sea. Those wines can be light and almost flavorless. The Matelica region is further inland and in a less fertile area which forces the verdicchio vines to work harder, and the resulting wine to be fuller and richer. [...]


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Dutch saltwater potatoes offer hope for world's hungry

Dutch saltwater potatoes offer hope for world's hungry | Gourmet Traveler | Scoop.it
A small field on an island off the Netherlands' northern coast promises one answer to the problem of how to feed the world's ever-growing population: potatoes and other crops that grow in saltwater.

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Herbs

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Want to keep a lot of herbs easily at the ready? Here's another window solution, from Itsy Bits and Pieces: Pot your herbs in clear drinking glasses, and hang from hooks across the window.
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How to Rock the Tutu Trend | eBay

How to Rock the Tutu Trend | eBay | Gourmet Traveler | Scoop.it
Once upon a time, tutus were reserved only for ballerinas and kids playing dress up, but they've recently popped up on celebs and street style stars alike. They can definitely be intimidating to try out--it's...
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5 Dishes You Must Try In Myanmar

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Today we have for you Myanmar’s top five dishes that were hidden from the sight of the world. Its cuisine is quite different from the Southeast Asian countries. Myanmar cuisine mostly uses fish and...


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Paul Walker's curator insight, June 26, 2014 2:07 AM

Today we have for you Myanmar’s top five dishes that were hidden from the sight of the world. Its cuisine is quite different from the Southeast Asian countries. Myanmar cuisine mostly uses fish and rice in their dishes.

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Four Chefs Using Social Media

Four Chefs Using Social Media | Gourmet Traveler | Scoop.it
When crafting a social media strategy for your personal brand, these chefs using social media will teach you about more than just cooking.

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Best 10 festivals 2015 you cannot Miss out in Italy

Best 10 festivals 2015 you cannot Miss out in Italy | Gourmet Traveler | Scoop.it

Taking part in one of these festivals is absolutely one of the best ways to enjoy Italy and its ancient traditions, breathing the unique atmosphere of its typical commemorations. So if you are planning to travel around Italy in 2015, take note of its most unmissable events and get ready to be immersed in a Medieval or Renaissance atmosphere, enjoying the most genuine side of Italian traditions. [...]


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Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, December 29, 2014 5:11 AM
  1. Battle of the Oranges – Ivrea (Piedmont) - the third week of February
  2. Game of the Bridge – Pisa (Tuscany) - last Sunday of June
  3. Palio di Siena – Siena (Tuscany) - 2nd of July and 16th of August
  4. Venice’s Carnival – Venice (Veneto)
  5. Corsa dei ceri Gubbio – Gubbio (Umbria) - 15th of May
  6. Infiorata Festivals – Noto, Spello, Genzano - May and June
  7. Giostra della Quintana – Ascoli Piceno (Marche) - first Sunday of August
  8. Easter Processions - Sicily
  9. Calcio Fiorentino – Florence (Tuscany) - third week of June,
  10. Historic Regatta – Venice (Veneto) - first Sunday of September
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12 places to visit in Monte Amiata

12 places to visit in Monte Amiata | Gourmet Traveler | Scoop.it

Monte Amiata is a mountainous area that forms part of the Maremma, the Val d’Orcia and the Val di Chiana, in both the Grosseto and Siena provinces.

Monte Amiata is the highest dormant volcano in Italy, reaching 1736 metres. The surrounding area contains volcanic lakes, rugged rocks, river sources and several protected areas. Sparsely populated, it consists mostly of small towns spread throughout the valleys. Discover more about each of these charming villages:

1. Abbadia San Salvatore

2. Arcidosso

3. Castell’Azzara

4. Castel del Piano

5. Piancastagnaio

5. Piancastagnaio

7. Seggiano

8. Cinigiano

9. Roccalbegna

10. Semproniano

11. Radicofani

12. San Quirico d’Orcia

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