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Italian-Canadian, grown up with a love for cooking and traditional food. Making gnocchi with my nonna since I was 5, traveler since I was 12.  Language teacher, destination travel specialist and avid traveller. I believe a good meal can change your life forever.


100% Italian with a worldwide spirit, sharing the passion for food, travels and Abruzzo with my wife, and all of you. Passionate musician, cooking teacher and hearty eater, I travel around with Alessia, looking for hidden food wonders around Italy and the world.


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  1. Hi Alessia and Fabrizio! Your blog is a real treat with those amazing photos!!! Moreover, the look of the blog and the font is very inviting. Great going guys 🙂

    1. That is SO NICE of you, thank you! Our Italian region is still quite an “untraveled route” so…whenever you happen to be here, please, let us know 🙂 Happy blogging! Alessia

  2. Thanks for the likes, appreciated. Like your piece on Colmar, wonderful place, timeless. Like the features too, look forward to more.

  3. Thanks for liking my post “Talkin’ Texas and Cincinnati Chili Blues.” Looks like you’re having fun, enjoying good food and travel. Keep on doing what you’re doing!

  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog – I see you have a few foodie features on Alsace, look forward to reading those as I lived there two years ago! 🙂

      1. Alsace is definitely a foodie haven, though I’m now in Lyon which is the gastronomic capital of France – undoubtedly a few food-related posts will make their way onto my blog in due course, which may be of interest to you!

  5. Wo, I have just looked at your 40 Photos of Abruzzo that will make me want to put it on my bucket list. Well, well done, tick, it’s on there now. I have a daughter named Alessia,She is half Aussie and half Italian. Her Dad is Sicilian. I am looking forward to exploring your beautiful blog. Louise

  6. Thanks for liking my blog! I’m glad you did, because it led me to yours, and I LOVE food. This is perfect reading material. So thank you. 🙂

  7. Thank you for stopping by at my blog and liking what I’m putting up there.
    O god, I wish I did not stop by here. *Whispers* I love to cook and now I might have a problem. Haha.

  8. Festast in Tortosa… Gastronomic delights of Catalonia, If your passing that is… drop by. You can stay at Manna House. Very reasonable rates. Thanks for having a look at my stuff. A xx

    1. Thank you for stopping by ours! 🙂 Love reading childhood stories! Food has a big importance in my childhood memories and I like reading other’s! Nice to meet you! 🙂 Maple

    1. Thank you Katy! Love your blog, we’re a lot into healthy food, which can be much yummier than most people think! Nice to meet you! 🙂 Maple

  9. Felice di avervi trovato qui! Anche noi siamo una famiglia italo-canadese (lui è umbro e io sono di Montreal). Ho insegnato inglese per tanti anni in Italia, ora abitiamo a Montreal. Condividiamo anche una grande passione per il cibo. Vi seguirò da vicino! Barbara

    1. Thank you very much! We’re honored and very happy to receive this award…being inspiring is the greatest compliment for those who share their little world with other people! thank you so much again Whitney! 🙂 Alessia

  10. Great blog guys 🙂
    Thanks a lot for liking my post and even though Im on diet right now 🙁 I will still follow your blog hurting myself with every mouth watering pic or recipe that you will post 🙂

  11. Ciao Maple and Saffron
    I am glad to hear that you return to Italy quite often. Living here in Tuscany is a complete joy and so inspirational for writers, artists & musicians.

    1. Ciao June, very nice to meet you! 🙂 Yes, we planned it for now, we organize tours in hidden Italy and we hope many people will like to come! 🙂 You’re so right, Italy is a special place to get inspiration! No doubts art and music started there! Hope to hear from you often! Alessia

      1. If you want any interesting snippits from my part of Tuscany, let me know. I will be writing a third novel when I have completed the ‘The Bolivian Connection’, and it will be based in Tuscany. I have interviewed a lovely 87 year old Partisan as the book will include the World War II in this area. Do buy my current novel on Amazon and if you like it, tell your English speaking friends. Many Thanks, June x

        Go to: http://www.amazon.co.uk/My-Father-The-Assassin-Finnigan/dp/1481904396/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1358800225&sr=8-1

      2. Thank June! We’ll surely spread the news! 🙂 It would be great to explore less known places of Tuscany…maybe you could show us some of them! 🙂 Hope you’ll spread the news about our tours among your friends too! Thank you for writing! Alessia

  12. Thank you for visiting my blog 🙂 Reading about your gastronomic adventures made me hungry, haha 😀 Great blog! I recently visited Italy, that was an awesome experience.

      1. We went to Rome for a couple of days with my fiance. I was surprised how much there is to see. We decided that we will go there again some day.

      2. You have to! Not even a month is enough to visit Rome! 😉 If you have time, you could add Abruzzo, our region…it’s just two hours from Rome and I promise you’ll be amazed! It’s enchanting 🙂 Btw, nice to meet you! 🙂 Alessia

      3. Thank you for wanting to read about it 🙂 I read you love coffee…you definitely have to come try the different Italian coffees…we have so many versions!

      4. Yes, that was one of my goals to try out good Italian coffee, when I was there, but running around and trying to see as much as possible in two days made it impossible 😀 So that is one of the reasons why I should go back to Italy again 🙂

  13. Buona fortuna a te. Grazie e’ voi per aver visitato il mio blog. 😀 Scusate il mio italiano è un po ‘rusty’. LOL


  14. Ciao, grazie per avere visitato il mio blog, ho letto che anche voi “pazzi”, come me e mia moglie, avete deciso di lasciare l’Italia e incominciare una nuova avventura… cinque anni fa siamo capitati per caso in Irlanda e ci siamo rimasti…. seguiró il vostro interessante blog. ciao! Daniele

    1. Grazie a TE per aver visitato il nostro! 🙂 Pare che siamo diventati “pazzi” in molti in quest’ultimo periodo! Saremo felici di leggere le vostre avventure…magari scambiandoci anche consigli ed opinioni 🙂 Nice to meet you! 🙂 Alessia

  15. Thanks for stopping by my blog–I have now been to Italy 3 times in the last year. I told my husband we have to try visiting one of the other 199 countries in the world–but we can’t help it–we love Italy. Next trip–Abruzzo.

    1. Thank YOU for stopping by Claire! Very nice to meet you 🙂 Happy to hear you liked Abruzzo from our posts! If you’re really interested, we’re organizing tours and itineraries to Abruzzo for this summer: a lot of food, wine tastings, medieval celebrations, ancient little towns…and hiking too! Keep following us, we’re putting them online in a couple of days 🙂
      Ps: I understand you perfectly… how can you help visiting Italy? There’s so much to see and do 🙂

  16. Ah, Food and Travel, two very big loves of mine too! Your story is fascinating, and I love your profile picture also. Thanks for liking and commenting on my blog. Cheers! xo

  17. Ciao! I love the picture of both of you. How can you leave Abruzzo for Canada?! Am I being closed here – sure, I guess the wealth of cultures in Canada must be amazing. Grazie mille for liking my blog – I can’t wait to have some of my Nonna’s pesto and foccacia 😉

    1. Thank you! Haha that’s a good question! 😀 We wanted to start a new life in a place that believes in young people…and I also wanted to know the other side of my culture a little better 🙂 But yes, we definitely miss our region…we’re going back quite often though, we planned to! 🙂 Maybe we’ll share a glass of wine if you happen to come to Abruzzo! 🙂 Very nice to meet you! Alessia

  18. Thanks for “liking” my snapshot post on spaghetti con le sarde. You’ve got a great space here, and I look forward to reading more about your travels and experiences in Canada.

    (I’m a sucker for Italian food blogs, as you can imagine.)

  19. I wanted to stop by and say thanks for liking one of my blogs (I believe it was the epic bread failure one though!)

    I stopped by and read your about and love the way you have given yourselves your nicknames.

  20. Thank YOU for visiting our blog! Yes, quite a big change! But we’re going back very often to show hidden Italy on our tours 🙂 Very nice to meet you! Alessia

  21. That’s quite a move and change in lifestyle! I am glad you are really enjoying Canada, and thanks so much for stopping by Mrs. City Boy and liking my post!

  22. So you guys are Italians living in Nova Scotia and I’m a Nova Scotian living in Italy (Lago Maggiore)! Great blog. Can’t wait to read some more of your posts!

    1. NO WAY!!! I can’t believe it! 😀 It also seems we have some things in common (love for cooking and traveling)…hope to share some experiences with you! 🙂 Btw, very nice blog! A pleasure to meet you! Alessia

  23. Thanks so much for reading my blog. It sounds like we have the same experience, just in reverse. Siamo molto contenti in Italia, spero che voi stiate bene in Canada! Vi seguiro’ online tramite il vostro blog. Auguri!

    1. Thank YOU for reading ours! Ho trovato molto curioso leggere la nostra storia al contrario! 🙂 Spero che continueremo a scambiarci esperienze 🙂 In bocca al lupo per la nuova avventura!

  24. HI My cousin mentioned your Blog so here I am! Love your thoughts and share your passion for Abruzzo. We are starting up our Blog this week – it has been a long time coming! ciao

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