You know you fantasize about skiing in Italy! Imagine skiing between jagged pink rock spires under ever-changing Alpine skies. And its not just about sport and scenery but incorporates food and fashion, too. Come on this is Italy. Ski expert Everett Potter explains...
She has studied the Italian language for decades and just wrote a book about the secrets of the lanauge - La Bella Lingua. Now Dianne Hales reveals how to learn the languages, from podcasts to language schools in Italy.
Author Dianne Hales says, "Italian, handcrafted by poets and wordsmiths, embodies its native speakers' greatest genius: the ability to transform anything--from marble to melody, from the humble noodle to life itself--into a joyous art." Learn everything from the history of the language, to why there are so many past tenses and what the languge of Italian food says about the culture.
We catch up with our friend - the diva of Tuscan cooking, chef, cooking school owner, culinary tour guide and now cookbook author - Judy Witts Francini. She shares the secrets of Tuscan cooking and her favorites places to eat in Florence and Tuscany.
Osteria de l'Ortolano doesn't show up in the guidebooks of Florence. But if you happen to live or work in the neighborhood, just a couple of blocks from the Duomo, you'll surely know this popular gastronomia.