September 2010 – Dining in Friuli, Exploring Verona


Eat Your Way Through Friuli–Venezia Giulia
Tucked away between mountains and sea in Italy’s northeast corner, tiny Friuli–Venezia Giulia boasts one of the country’s most distinctive regional cuisines. With influences from Austria, Hungary, and Slovenia, the Friulian people cleverly merge local ingredients with spices from foreign lands. Learn about the best restaurants in Friuli.

Recipe from Friuli-Venezia Giulia: Gnocchi di Zucca (Butternut Squash Gnocchi)
Fall is the perfect time of year to cook this Friulian specialty – gnocchi made from butternut squash. One of the delightful flavors of the Friuli region of Italy.

Verona: So Much More Than Juliet’s Balcony
Sure this lovely city in the Veneto is known most for Romeo and Juliet, but there’s so much more to Verona. Explore historic piazzas, the well-preserved Roman ruins and captivating museums here in Verona.

Where to Stay and Where Eat in Verona
We’ve got a selection of charming small hotels and family-run restaurants that you must visit!

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