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... salad, and crostata and skorpelli just like mum used to make. We also had chestnuts and torrone and loads of drinks – great day. At the end, although Zio Angelo had been quiet all day, he invited Craig to a game of checkers and proceeded to beat him – which is not easy. After we said our goodbyes Elena took us for a drive through Morcone. It is a very old and pretty town, with very tight streets – the tightest we have seen anywhere. Craig and I were ...
... first time. I believe it will be warmer when we go to Puglia next. Craig slept with his track pants on – but I was fine in bed.
25 October 2014: Today we went to Circello to visit Zia Giovanina and her large family. We had a lovely lunch, which included lasagna just like my mothers! Yum – Tony you would be very jealous and Luke & Alexander you would love the lasagna. We had lots of talks and stories. For the sake of my siblings this is a ...
... the narrow laneways. Our first pitstop is at a renowned patisserie. I try their sfoglitella, a multi-layered pastry filled with a thick pastry cream, flavoured with orange peel - it is very reminiscentof the candies peel found in the Christmas Panettone. Paired with a cappuccino, I suddenly feel refueled and ready for the next bit of walking.
More climbing, more winding roads, and we find ourselves face-to-face with ...
... explain all the types of nougat they make and sell, making an effort for us in her broken English. She offered us samples, and talked of her sister in Toronto - everyone here has at least one relative in Toronto. We left with bags full of long bars of torrone, little bit-sized bonbons and chocolate. We should be good for a while.
Back to the apartment, Mario and I cooked up some fresh rigatoni from a shop in town, with a garlicky ...
... rendezvous with everyone at the apartment. We talk over wine and pizza, fennel and tomatoes and unstressed sheep's cheese with more "magic mountain herbs". We talk over expresso and wine and a whole bottle of Fernet.
It was a very celebratory mood, which I think James described best, "Holy cow, there's a whole bunch of Fascias in Italy!? What's up with that?"
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