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Christmas in Calabria: Pignolata and Cumpettu

What could be sweeter or more delicious for a Calabrian Christmas than pignolata and cumpettu?

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Dolphin by Alessandro Caproni on Flickr

Dolphin-Spotting in the Ionian Sea

Who would have thought that a routine bus ride down the mountain would serve as a reminder to stop and admire the dolphins?

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grapes ready for picking, almost

La Vendemmia in Calabria

Mid-September means it’s vendemmia and wine-making time, which is delicious in Calabria on more than one front.

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Portone, Badolato, Calabria, Italy

Living Authentically: How Italy Forced the Issue

Living here has most definitely brought me closer to living an authentic life; Italy has pushed me in ways I didn’t know I needed.

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A single chair...lonely or just alone?

Lost in Translation: Adventures in Sola-tude

Solo/sola in Italian means both alone and lonely. Let that sink in for a second.

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Michelle FabioMichelle Fabio is an American attorney-turned-freelance writer living in her family's ancestral village in Calabria, Italy and savoring simplicity one sip at a time. 

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Recipes

 

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Homemade apple butter
Green beans, potatoes, and pancetta
Glazed Apple Oatmeal Cinnamon Muffins
Pasta with snails alla calabrese
Onion, Oregano, and Thyme Focaccia
Oatmeal Banana Craisin Muffins
Prosciutto wrapped watermelon with bel paese cheese
Fried eggs with red onion and cheese
Calabrian sausage and fava beans
Ricotta Pound Cake