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     Seville Alma Latina “…And crazed by the horizon,  it mixes in its wine Don Juan’s bitterness with Dionysius’ perfection. Seville to wound. Always Seville to wound!…” García Lorca Seville is located on the banks of Guadalquivir River and It is the Capital of Andalusia. It is the Fourth Largest City of Spain and it’s considered the Artistic, Cultural, Financial, Economic and Social Center of the South of Spain. The Metropolitan area of Seville has a population of more […]

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    Food & Progress 2018, Florence, Tuscany

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    <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span> Tuscan food is  a kind of cucina povera or “poor cooking.” A concept that started very literally, it’s about simple meals that are inexpensive and could easily be made in large amounts. Today it remains largely the same – but by choice instead of economy. Tuscan cooking doesn’t use complicated seasonings or elaborate creations because they’re not needed. Instead it’s made using fresh, high-quality ingredients that bring out the […]

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