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The straw hats of Signa


August 7th, 2015

The straw hats of Signa, history: In signa in 1714 Domenica Michelacci known as Bolognino, began to cultivate “grano marzuolo” a variety of wheat with small ears and tiny grains in order to have straw for weaving. He sowed it densily so that it would grow longer by seeking out the light in shallow furrows... View Article

Cucina povera from Tuscany


February 23rd, 2015

Cecina The cecina from Tuscany is typical of the province of Siena, it is entirely made of chickpeas flour, water, salt and olive oil. And pepper to serve. One of the most representative recipe of the Italian cucina povera. The cecina is all about simplicity, genuineness and primitive flavor. The flavor that conquers my mum’s... View Article