Exploring Abruzzo

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I’m very excited to introduce a new page on the Majella Home Cooking website dedicated to my favorite towns, restaurants, sights and people (!) in Abruzzo.

Of course, this list doesn’t even nick the surface – there are countless charming villages, agriturismi that offer outstanding traditional cooking, beautiful churches and castles, breathtaking vistas and pristine beaches in the region of mare e monte. These are merely some of my personal favorites culled from my summer travels. The page is obviously a work in progress and will grow with each new memorable experience.  So come explore my Abruzzo with me at www.majellahomecooking.com/exploring-italy – I promise you’ll love it as much as I do!

(And for those of you in the New York City area, I hope you’ll join me on Friday, May 16th at Kitchen NYC in midtown Manhattan.  I’m hosting my first-ever pop-up dinner featuring the food and wine of Abruzzo.  Details to follow!)

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  • http://www.domenicacooks.com domenicacooks

    Lovely! You have some of my favorites on that list. Thank you for sharing the beauty of our beloved Abruzzo and its special places and people. Bravissima!

    • http://majellahomecooking.com Majella Home Cooking

      Grazie mille, Domenica. I’m sure you agree with me that there is still a lifetime of places left to explore in Abruzzo! Un abbraccio.

  • http://www.italiasweetitalia.com Italia Sweet Italia

    Great Michelle, best ambassador of Abruzzo

    • http://majellahomecooking.com Majella Home Cooking

      The best compliment that you could pay me, Fabrizio. Grazie di cuore.

  • http://www.ciaochowlinda.blogspot.com Ciao Chow Linda

    I’m looking forward to reading about more great Abruzzo places. And I can’t wait to hear more about the pop-up kitchen. I hope I can make it that night.