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We're en route to Naples and broke the journey in Civitanova Marche, a delightful sea side town, which must buzz during the summer. Over this weekend they were hosting a festival of chocolate, I have never seen so many chocolate stalls in one location, all overflowing with delicious looking things......Dalmatians, shoes, tools and even things that looked like ...
... after the class and flying back home to Hong Kong.
It was another fabulous meal. Fresh made risotto, followed by trout with red and yellow peppers, followed by orange panna cotta ~ which was the freshest I had ever tasted. Chef Filippo had to get to the hotel's kitchen, so we bid our goodbyes & thanked him for a fabulous week of teaching us how to make great food, Italian style. And we couldn't leave without saying goodbye to ...
... home, it was such a beautiful drive with many hilltop villages along the way. It was dark when we returned to the hotel & tonight we were back in the fancy dining room for dinner. Right before we had left on the trip, I received notice that we were getting a meal upgrade, four nights in the dining room instead of two.
Tonight we feasted on fresh trout. Since our buddy Federico was out of town, his mother stopped by our table. She loved ...
... all winter? We walked to the top of the hill & looked out onto the valley, absolutely beautiful.
Our next stop was a pig farm. The little piglets were so cute and it was tough imagining them being turned into bacon in a few months. Surprisingly the fat mama pigs were mean to these little guys & kicked them off the trough if they got in their way. The owner took us into his butcher shop where we tried a few of ...
... our tour.
The lady's name was also Irene & she took us around the vineyard & we watched the grapes being unloaded onto a conveyer belt of a machine that plucks the stems off of the grapes, quite the operation. My favorite part of any wine tour is seeing the barrels of wine, must have been Sock Monkey's favorite, too because we found him passed out on a barrel!
Now time for the wine tasting, was pleasantly surprised with their reds ...