Saturday, June 11, 2011

Italian Life Expo / Friday Food & Travel +

Luisa De Luca from the Institute of Italian Studies can hook you up with a more in depth  knowledge of Italy & the language, to better prepare you for a vacation. 

Smoked mussels from Azure Cafe in Freeport.

Slitti / Cacao Pregiati

Auto Europe

Suzanne B. Cohen can find you a country home or villa for your stay in Italy.
She is just one of the options you'll find helpful in planning your trip wether it's a guided tour ...
 Check the Expo website for more options.
...or an outdoor adventure!
Of course you'll want to try the wine!
And you can find the largest selection of Italian wines at Micucci's on India Street.
Cookies are just the sweetener at Fattoria Poggio Alloro.  The website has a helpful English companion site.

Flatbread Pizza was on hand for the middle session Friday providing delightful  to look at and oh so good to eat pies.

Paola D'Amato talks about the many types & varieties of wine to be found thru-out Italy.

All of the Bertagni cheeses and a large selection of Italian wines and specialty foods can be found Micucci's Market on India Street or for the wholesale division here.

Gorgeous Gelato temps both coming and going as their cart was set up in the passageway leading to  the main hall. They have been open at 434 Fore Street for several months, dishing real Italian Gelato, cakes & cannoli, affogato, expresso and more. I highly recommend a visit. You won't be disappointed! 

Saturday Bonus Food images

The 3 to 6 session food was provided by Frontier Cafe of Brunswick.

A happy and successful ending!

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