March 2009 – Gastronomy University, Olive Harvest, Turin

cover-march2009A Year of Gastronomy: One Woman’s Reawakening in Italy
What does a 50-something romance writer who recently went through a divorce do to jazz up her life? Why run off to Italy of course to take part in a unique culinary learning experience.

An Olive Harvest Feeds the Body and Soul
The traditional Italian harvest method, called brucatura, pulling one olive at a time off the full branches, had brings our writer to a euphoric state. She tells you how you can join in a Tuscan olive harvest this November.

What’s New In and Around Turin
There have been a number of new openings and restorations in Torino since the 2006 Winter Olympics. Most notable: the world’s largest food and wine store, Eataly.

Sign in or Join to download this issue!

Sign inJoin

If you’re not yet a Dream of Italy member, join now to immediately access this issue and 170 back issues of our award-winning members only publication sharing how to have the most authentic experience in all 20 of Italy’s regions.

The PDF of this issue is not updated but click on the story links above to read the latest updates on the articles!