Lunigiana (in Latin Lunensis Ager) is the historical region between northern Tuscany, western Emilia Romagna and eastern Liguria, is one of my favourite territory of Tuscany. This mountainous region is crossed by the Magra river and covers an area that runs from the Tosco-Emiliano Appennines to the Mediterranean Sea.
Lunigiana today belongs in part to Tuscany and in part to Liguria. In the past Lunigiana was extended till the Versilia coastline and till the Serchio River Valley, not far from the town of Lucca. Read More
Here a short list of places of the Italian Ligurian Riviera, starting from the closest, that you could visit once you finish to explore the whole Tuscany. Read More
Today I would like to introduce to you a special food that probably is the best natural accompaniment to the bruschetta. Mainly thanks to its seasonality and unique compatibility of taste – the Lardo di Colonnata, basically strips of cured pork fat. Read More
It was the typical food for popular feast. The Sgabei, for me, still mean have fun with friends during summer nights and family love. Read More