Wednesday, February 03, 2016

Info on eat like an Italian

(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: XX MONTH 2016)

Here are some links on eat like an Italian:

ARTICLES
BLOG ENTRIES
  • Eat Like an Italian – "From "Food Rules, An Eater's Manual", by Michael Pollan, Illustrated by Maira Kalman" – "This entry was posted on Friday, February 17th, 2012 at 4:19 pm and is filed under Articles." – Source: hungryPOODLE – "healthy living without the bite."
  • How to eat like an Italian – November 29, 2010 Italy – Contributed by Letizia Mattiacci. Cooking school and B&B owner, passionate home-cook, blogger and traveler. – Source: ItalianNotebook – "The Free, Brief, Daily email from Italy read by (tens of) thousands worldwide!"
MISCELLANEOUS
* = Blog entry has been updated.

For your specific interest, please search the web for further information using Google .

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That's it for Wednesday, 3 February 2016: mercoledì, 3 febbraio 2016

Ciao, Ben

Moving2Italy2 – #1 source of links About, For or On Italy for those individuals moving, traveling or already living in Italy.

Today’s quote is an Italian proverb / saying, author unknown.

"TBA"
""

When you have a free moment or two, please read my wife's interesting and entertaining blog about our life in Italy with photographsFriends and Family in Italy

Going to Spain, read my new blog:
Info About, For or On Spain – a source of links About, For or On Spain for those individuals traveling or already living in Spain.

Please note: The time listed below for this posting is Central European Time (CET)/ GMT+1.

(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: XX MONTH 2016)

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Friday, January 15, 2016

Info on 2016 events and festivals (feste or sagre) in the province of Arezzo


(LAST EDITED / UPDATED: 31 JANUARY 2016)

Here are some links for 2016 events and festivals (feste or sagre) mostly in 
the province of Arezzo in the region of Toscana (Tuscany), Italy but there will be exceptions:

The 10 provinces of Toscana / Tuscany are the following with their respective two digit province codes in brackets:

  1. Arezzo (AR)
  2. Firenze (FI)
  3. Grosseto (GR)
  4. Livorno (LI)
  5. Lucca (LU)
  6. Massa-Carrara (MS)
  7. Pistoia (PT)
  8. Pisa (PI)
  9. Prato (PO)
  10. Siena (SI)
EVENTS / EVENTI IN THE PROVINCE OF AREZZO
  • JANUARY / FEBRUARY
    • CARNEVALE EVENTS IN THE PROVINCE OF AREZZO (AR)
      • Carnevale dei Figli di Bocco – In Italian Only – NOTE: Admission is charged – DATES: 24 and 31 January Please check "PROGRAMMA" for further information and details – LOCATION: Castiglion Fibocchi (AR) – Source: web site 
      • Carnevale di Foiano  In Italian Only – NOTE: Admission is charged DATES: 31 January and 7 - 14 - 21 - 28 February – LOCATION: centro storico of Foiano della Chiana (AR) – Source: web site – In Italian Only
        • X – "" – Source: X – "" 
    • TBA
EVENTS / EVENTI OUTSIDE THE PROVINCE OF AREZZO
  • CARNEVALE EVENTS IN THE REGION OF TOSCANA / TUSCANY
    • Carnevale di Viareggio 2016NOTE: Admission is chargedDATES: 7 - 14 - 21 - 28 February and 5 March – LOCATION: Viareggio (LU) – Please check "PROGRAMMA EVENTI" for further information and details – Source: web site – "GRANDI CORSI MASCHERATI" – In English, Italian
    • Where to celebrate Carnival in Tuscany – "In Italy, as in all Catholic countries, Carnival is celebrated between Janury and March, in the period between Epiphany (January 6) and Easter." – Source: discoverTUSCANY – "Travel Guide about Tourism in Tuscany (Toscana), Italy, from an Insider's Point of View" – In Chinese, English, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian
    • English, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian – "Tuscany for Sustainable Tourism" – In Chinese, turismo.intoscana.it section of All ThingsTuscany blog – "Travel advice and tips for your trip" of AroundTuscany – Source: Found in the – January 24, 2014 – by Carnival 2014 in Tuscany: all the events and dates
  • TBA
    LISTS
    FESTIVALS (FESTE) / FIERE (FAIRS) IN THE PROVINCE OF AREZZO
        • JANUARY / FEBRUARY
            • TBA
            MONTHLY MARKETS/ANTIQUE MARKETS OR FAIRS/SPECIALTY MARKETS
            • ANTIQUE MARKETS OR FAIRS
              • Fiera Antiquaria di Arezzo (Antique Fair) – On the first Sunday of the month and the preceding Saturday – Location: Within the city walls of Arezzo, within the province of Arezzo (AR) – In English, Italian
                • Dates: 6 - 7 February
                • Dates: 5 - 6 March
                • Dates: 2 - 3 April
                • Dates: 7 - 8 May
                • Dates: 4 - 5 June
              • Lucca Mercato dell'Antiquariato (Antique Market) – On the third Sunday and the Saturday before – Location: Within the city walls of Lucca, within the province of Lucca (LU)
                • Dates: 20 - 21 February
                • Dates: 19 - 20 March
                • Dates: 16 - 17 April
                • Dates: 14 - 15 May
                • Dates: 18 - 19 June
            • MONTHLY MARKETS
              • Mercatino delle Crete – On the second Sunday of the month – Location: centro storico, Asciano, within the province of Siena (SI) – Source: valdelsa.net
                • Date: 14 February
                • Date: 13 March
                • Date: 10 April
                • Date:   8 May
                • Date: 12 June
              •  il MERCATALE in Provincia di Arezzo – In Italian Only – various markets in the province of Arezzo – Source: web site
                • il Mercatale – In Italian Only – On the fourth Sunday of the month – Location: Piazza el Municipio, Castiglion Fiorentino, within the province of Arezzo (AR) – Source: Comune di Castiglion Fiorentino
                  • Date: 24 January
                  • Date: 28 February
                  • Date: 27 March
                  • Date: 24 April
                  • Date: 22 May
                  • Date: 26 June
            • SPECIALITY MARKETS
              • TBA
            SAGRE (FOOD SPECIALTY OR THEME) IN THE PROVINCE OF AREZZO)
            SAGRE (FOOD SPECIALTY OR THEME) IN THE PROVINCE OF AREZZO
                  • JANUARY / FEBRUARY
                    • TBA
                  • FOR OTHER SAGRE, please check LISTS below
                 LISTS
                • local festivals / provincia di arezzo – [includes sagre and other events] –  Source:  WWW.TUSCANYDIRECT.IT – "Holiday apartments in Pari, Southern Tuscany"
                • Monthly Calendar of "Le Sagre" in Maremma – Please scroll down to this section of the web page – Please note: Be aware that this calendar is not current – Source: Maremma, Tuscany Travel Guide – "Maremma's beauty will capture your heart, Her wildernesses touch your soul."
                • sagreinitalia.it – "Il portale delle sagre, fierre e manifestazioni tradizionali" – In Italian Only
                  • Under "Dove" (where), select "Toscana" or whatever region you are interested in or planning to go to
                  •  Under "A partire da :", select time frame
                  •  Under "Che cosa:", select type of event, feste, sagre, etc.
                • Sagre e Feste in Toscana – Some events in English but mostly In Italian –  Source:  Saimicadove.it – "Il Portale per Vivere la Toscana" – Please note: The Italian version provides more detail and events. – See above Events in Tuscany
                • Sagre in Toscana – This listing is In Italian Only – Source: Azzurro Vacanze – In English, Italian
                • Sagre in Toscana – By month and by province – In Italian Only – Source: GIRAITALIA.it
                LISTS FOR TOSCANA/TUSCANY
                • Maremma Sagre – "Wine and Food Festivals" – "The Monthly Calendar of "Le Sagre" in Maremma" – Please note: As of this date, 2015 dates are be shown on this "Monthly Calendar"– Source: The Maremma Guide – "Maremma's beauty will capture your heart, Her wildernesses touch your soul."
                SOURCES / LISTS
                • EVENTI UNICI DI OGGI (Today's events) – In Italian Only – Events by month under "CALENDARIO EVENTI A FIRENZE" – In Firenze and the province – Source: Digi space.it – "il portale dei divertimento"
                • Eventi e Sagre – "2016 " – "Eventi, Fiere, Sagre, Mercatini, Manifestazioni, Ricette..." – In Italian Only – Source: eventiesagre.it
                  • From the home page, select Eventi
                    • On the next screen, you can make multiple selections from Categoria (category), Sezione (section), Mese (Month), Regione (region), Provincia (province), Città (City)
                    • For events in Toscana (Tuscany), please select the following:
                      • Under Sezione, select Feste or Sagre
                      • Under Mese, select the specific month you are looking for
                      • Under Regioneselect Toscana or another region in Italy
                      • Under Provincia, select one of 10 provinces
                      • Under Città, select the city of the event or leave blank
                • Eventi e Manifestazioni in Italia (Events and Entertainment) – "Guida completa a feste, sagre, fiere, mercatini e manifestazioni." – By Region – Please note: The Italian version provides more detail and events. – Source: Paesi on Line – In English, Italian
                • EVENTS – Source: The Florentine – "The English speaking local newspaper in Florence"
                • Feste per un anno – In Italian Only – By Month – Source: Unicoop Firenze
                • Festivals in Tuscany 2013 – "Tuscan fairs, Tuscan festivals, folklore, sagre, feste and events in Tuscany - a Tuscany festival calendar"
                • FolleRumba Eventi – In Italian Only – Source: web site
                • Main Events – this a partial listing of events in the province of Arezzo – Source: Apt Arezzo – "agenzia per il turismo" – In English, Italian – Italian version contains more information
                • sagreinitalia.it – "Il portale delle sagre, fierre e manifestazioni tradizionali" – In Italian Only
                  • Under "Dove" (where), select "Toscana" or whatever region you are interested in
                  • Under "A partire da :", select time frame
                  • Under "Che cosa:", select type of event, feste, sagre, etc.
                • From the web sites of the APT (agenzia per il turismo) for the various provinces of Toscana. Please note: The Italian version provides more detail and information about the respective events in their respective province.
                  • In the province of Arezzo, Eventi e manifestazioni – In English, Italian
                  • In the province of Firenze, from the main page of apt FIRENZE – In English, Italian – select Eventi
                  • In the province of Grosseto, from the main page of Agenzia per il Turismo della Maremma (Grosseto) – In English, German, Italian – select EVENTS
                  • In the province of Livorno, from the main page of Costa degli Etruschi – "mediterranean tuscany" – In English, French, German, Italian, Spanish – select from "events of this month" section of the main web page
                  • In the province of Lucca, from the main page of APT LUCCA – select your language preference: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish – and then, click on the section titled, "Events Calendar", then, please enter your "Search" criteria
                  • In the province of Massa Carrara, there is no separate page on the APT MASSA CARRARA web site for events – In English, French, Italian
                  • In the province of Pisa, there is no separate page on the APT PISA web site for events – In English, Italian
                  • In the province of Pistoia, from the main page of AGENZIA PER IL TURISMO ABETONE PISTOIA MONTAGNA PISTOIESE – In English, German, Italian (Please note: While it states an English and German version, only Italian works) – select Eventi
                  • In the province of Prato, from the main page of APT PRATO – In English, German, Italian – select Events 
                  • In the province of Siena, from the main page of Terre di Siena – In English, Italian, Japanese – select Eventi
                EVENTS/FESTE/SAGRE OUTSIDE OF THE PROVINCE OF AREZZO
                • INFORMATION
                  • The Umbrian Sagra Survival Guide – Rebecca Brigolante – NOTE: Much of what Rebecca writes applies to sagre in other parts of Italy. The main difference is the duration of the sagra in Umbria. – Source: Brigolante Guest Apartments – "Agritourism in Umbria – Vacation Home Rental Near Assisi" – In English, French, German, Italian
                • EVENTS/EVENTI
                  • EVENTS IN THE PROVINCE OF SIENA
                    • JANUARY
                      • TBA
                  • EVENTS IN UMBRIA
                    • JANUARY
                      • TBA
                    • Please check "LISTS" below for other events in Umbria
                • FESTE (FESTIVALS) / FIERE (FAIRS)
                  • FESTE IN THE PROVINCE OF PISA
                    • JANUARY
                      • TBA
                  • FESTE IN THE PROVINCE OF SIENA 
                    • JANUARY
                      • TBA
                  • FESTE IN UMBRIA
                    • AUGUST
                      • TBA
                      • Please check "LISTS" below for other feste/sagre in Umbria
                  • SAGRA / SAGRE
                    • SAGRE IN THE PROVINCE OF SIENA
                        • JANUARY
                          • TBA
                        • SAGRE IN THE REGION OF UMBRIA
                          • JANUARY
                            • TBA
                          • Please check "LISTS" below for other feste/sagre in Umbria
                      • LISTS
                      RELATED
                      MISCELLANEOUS
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                       For your specific interest, please search the web for further information using Google .

                      The above links as of this date are/were current. If anyone has any suggestions for any other additional web sites and/or links for reference, please feel free to post your comment and I'll update this blog entry.

                      Please note: If you want me to reply to your comment or request any further information by email, please include your email address in a separate comment. I will NOT publish any comments with an email address in it.

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                      That's it for Sunday, 31 January 2016: domenica, 31 gennaio 2016

                      Ciao, Ben

                      Moving2Italy2 – #1 source of links About, For or On Italy for those individuals moving, traveling or already living in Italy. 

                      Today’s quote is an Italian proverb / saying, author unknown.

                      "Vivi bene, ama molto, ridi spesso."
                      "Live Well, Love Much, Laugh Often."

                      When you have a free moment or two, please read my wife's interesting and entertaining blog about our life in Italy with photographs: Friends and Family in Italy

                      Going to Spain, read my new blog:
                      Info About, For or On Spain – a source of links About, For or On Spain for those individuals traveling or already living in Spain.

                      Please note: The time listed below for this posting is Central European Time (CET)/ GMT+1.

                      (LAST EDITED / UPDATED: 31 JANUARY 2016)

                      Wednesday, December 30, 2015

                      Info about 2016 National Holiday Observances with some "Local Observances" in Italy

                      (LAST EDITED/UPDATED: DD MONTH 2016)

                      NOTE AND OBSERVATION

                      It's important to note that travelers and visitors to Italy be aware of the Italian National Holiday Observances with some "Local Observances" because your travel plans may be affected. Some museums or places that you may want to go to may be closed or the public transportation system (trains, buses, trams, etc.) may be operating on a holiday or limited schedule. So you will need to rearrange your travel and plan accordingly.

                      ### END OF "NOTE AND OBSERVATION" SECTION ###

                      Here are some links about the 2016 National Holiday Observances with some "Local Observances" in Italy:
                      1. January/gennaio
                        • 1 - New Years Day (Capodanno)
                        • 6 - Epiphany (Epifania AKA Three Kings' Day)
                      2. February/febbraio
                        • None
                      3. March/marzo
                        • 19 - Fathers Day  – "Celebrated on Saint Joseph's Day." – Not a public holiday.
                        • 28 - Easter Sunday (Buona Pasqua)
                        • 29 - Easter Monday AKA Lunedì dell'Angelo AKA Pasquetta (Little Easter)
                      4. April/aprile
                        • 25 - Liberation Day (Festa della Liberazione)
                        • 25 - Feast of St. Mark (Local only: Venice only)
                        • 28 - Sardinia Day (Local only: Sardinia only)
                      5. May/maggio
                        • 1 - International Workers Day (Festa del Lavoro AKA Labor Day)
                        • 10 - Mothers Day  – "2nd Sunday in May." – Not a public holiday.
                      6. June/giugno
                        • 2 - Founding of the Republic (Festa della Repubblica)
                        • 24 - St. John the Baptist Day (Local only: Florence / Firenze; Genoa / Genova; Torino / Turin)
                        • 29 - St. Peter and St. Paul's Day (Local only: Rome)
                      7. July/luglio
                        • 15 - St. Rosalia (Local only: Palermo)
                      8. August/agosto
                        • 15 - Assumption Day (Assunzione or Ferragosto)
                      9. September/settembre
                        • 19 - St. Gennaro's Day (Local only: Naples / Napoli)
                      10. October/ottobre
                        • 4 - St. Petronius (Local only: Bologna)
                      11. November/novembre
                        • 1 - All Saints Day (Ognissanti or Tutti i santi)
                        • 3 - St. Giusto (Local only: Trieste)
                      12. December/dicembre
                        • 6 - St. Nichola (Local only: Bari)
                        • 7 - St. Ambrogio's Day (Local only: Milan/Milano)
                        • 8 - Immaculate Conception's day (Immacolata Concezione)
                        • 25 - Christmas Day (Buon Natale)
                        • 26 - St. Stephen's Day (Santo Stefano)
                        • 31 - New Year's Eve – Not a public holiday.
                      RELATED
                      MISCELLANEOUS
                      • SEE ALSO:
                        • TBS
                      * = Blog entry has been updated.

                      For your specific interest, please search the web for further information using Google .

                      The above links as of this date are/were current. If anyone has any suggestions for any other additional web sites and/or links for reference, please feel free to post your comment and I'll update this blog entry.

                      Please note: If you want me to reply to your comment or request any further information by email, please include your email address in a separate comment. I will NOT publish any comments with an email address in it.

                      NOTE: If you want to leave a comment, please leave it in ENGLISH.

                      Broken links: Since November, 2005, I have written over 450+ blog entries with 1,000's of corresponding links/URLs for Moving2Italy2, covering a varied and wide range of topics. In the event if you come across a broken link or a non-functioning link/URL, please post a comment and report the non-functional link. I wish to thank you in advance for assisting me in the ongoing maintenance and the updating of this successful and informative blog.

                      Please note: I do NOT represent or endorse any of these links nor do I receive payment for listing them in my blog.

                      Best wishes and a Happy New Year to one and all. Auguri e un Felice Anno Nuovo a tutti.

                      That's it for Wednesday, 30 December 2015: mercoledì, 30 dicembre 2015

                      Ciao, Ben

                      Moving2Italy2 – #1 source of links About, For or On Italy for those individuals moving, traveling or already living in Italy. 

                      Today’s quote is an Italian saying author unknown.

                      "Tutto è bene che riesce bene."
                      "All is well that ends well."

                      When you have a free moment or two, please read my wife's interesting and entertaining blog about our life in Italy with photographs:
                      Friends and Family in Italy


                      Going to Spain, read my new blog:
                      Info About, For or On Spain – a source of links About, For or On Spain for those individuals traveling or already living in Spain.

                      Please note: The time listed below for this posting is Central European Time (CET)/ GMT+1.

                      (LAST EDITED/UPDATED: DD MONTH 2016)

                      © Benjamin H. Licodo, 2005 - 2016, All Rights Reserved.

                      Wednesday, December 16, 2015

                      Info about, for or on strange and unusual homes in Italy

                      (LAST EDITED/UPDATED: XX MONTH 2015)

                      Here are some links about, for or on strange and unusual homes in Italy:
                       
                      INFORMATION
                      • Unusual Homes In Italy: Part One – "John Bensalhia hunts down some unusual but brilliant properties that make for homes to live in or great property and business investments, part one of a two part series." – Tuesday, September 8, 2015 - 10:23 – John Bensalhia – "ABOUT US" – Source: italy magazine – "Everything Italy. Authentically Italian."
                        • Unusual Homes In Italy: Part Two – "John Bensalhia hunts down some unusual but brilliant properties that make for homes to live in or great property and business investments, this is part two of a two part series, see part one here." – Tuesday, September 15, 2015 - 11:45  – John Bensalhia
                      • Trullo – "is a traditional Apulian dry stone hut with a conical roof. Their style of construction is specific to the Itria Valley, in the Murge area of the Italian region of Apulia. Trulli were generally constructed as temporary field shelters and storehouses or as permanent dwellings by small proprietors or agricultural labourers. In the town of Alberobello, in the province of Bari, whole districts are packed with trulli. The golden age of trulli was the 19th century, especially its final decades marked by the development of wine growing." – "About" – Source: Wikipedia – "The Free Encyclopedia" – In multiple languages"
                      • X  – "" – "" – Source: X – ""
                      RELATED
                      MISCELLANEOUS
                      • SEE ALSO:
                        • TBA
                      * = Blog entry has been updated.

                       For your specific interest, please search the web for further information using Google .

                      The above links as of this date are/were current. If anyone has any suggestions for any other additional web sites and/or links for reference, please feel free to post your comment and I'll update this blog entry.

                      Please note: If you want me to reply to your comment or request any further information by email, please include your email address in a separate comment. I will NOT publish any comments with an email address in it.

                      NOTE: If you want to leave a comment, please leave it in ENGLISH.

                      Broken links: Since November, 2005, I have written over 500+ blog entries with 1,000's of corresponding links/URLs for Moving2Italy2, covering a varied and wide range of topics. In the event if you come across a broken link or a non-functioning link/URL, please post a comment and report the non-functional link. I wish to thank you in advance for assisting me in the ongoing maintenance and the updating of this successful and informative blog.

                      Please note: I do NOT represent or endorse any of these links nor do I receive payment for listing them in my blog.

                      That's it for Wednesday, 16 December 2015: mercoledi, 16 dicembre 2015

                      Ciao, Ben

                      Moving2Italy2 – #1 source of links About, For or On Italy for those individuals moving, traveling or already living in Italy. 

                      Today’s quote is an Italian proverb / saying, author unknown.

                      "Chi non risica non rosica."
                      "Nothing ventured nothing gained."

                      When you have a free moment or two, please read my wife's interesting and entertaining blog about our life in Italy with photographs: Friends and Family in Italy

                      Going to Spain, read my new blog:
                      Info About, For or On Spain – a source of links About, For or On Spain for those individuals traveling or already living in Spain.

                      Please note: The time listed below for this posting is Central European Time (CET)/ GMT+1.

                      (LAST EDITED/UPDATED: XX MONTH 2015)

                      © Benjamin H. Licodo, 2005 - 2015, All Rights Reserved.

                      Friday, December 04, 2015

                      Info about, for or on women travelers / bloggers / authors in and / or to Italy and beyond

                      (LAST EDITED/UPDATED: XX MONTH 2015)

                      Here are some links about, for or on women travelers / bloggers / authors  in and /  or  to Italy and beyond:

                      INFORMATION ABOUT, FOR OR ON WOMEN TRAVELERS / BLOGGERS / AUTHORS

                      RELATED
                      MISCELLANEOUS
                      * = Blog entry has been updated.

                       For your specific interest, please search the web for further information using Google .

                      The above links as of this date are/were current. If anyone has any suggestions for any other additional web sites and/or links for reference, please feel free to post your comment and I'll update this blog entry.

                      Please note: If you want me to reply to your comment or request any further information by email, please include your email address in a separate comment. I will NOT publish any comments with an email address in it.

                      NOTE: If you want to leave a comment, please leave it in ENGLISH.

                      Broken links: Since November, 2005, I have written over 500+ blog entries with 1,000's of corresponding links/URLs for Moving2Italy2, covering a varied and wide range of topics. In the event if you come across a broken link or a non-functioning link/URL, please post a comment and report the non-functional link. I wish to thank you in advance for assisting me in the ongoing maintenance and the updating of this successful and informative blog.

                      Please note: I do NOT represent or endorse any of these links nor do I receive payment for listing them in my blog.

                      That's it for Wednesday, 4 December 2015: mercoledi, 4 decembre 2015

                      Ciao, Ben

                      Moving2Italy2 – #1 source of links About, For or On Italy for those individuals moving, traveling or already living in Italy. 

                      Today’s quote is an Italian proverb / saying, author unknown.

                      "Nulla uova, buona nuova."
                      "No news is good news."

                      When you have a free moment or two, please read my wife's interesting and entertaining blog about our life in Italy with photographs: Friends and Family in Italy

                      Going to Spain, read my new blog:
                      Info About, For or On Spain – a source of links About, For or On Spain for those individuals traveling or already living in Spain.

                      Please note: The time listed below for this posting is Central European Time (CET)/ GMT+1.

                      (LAST EDITED/UPDATED: XX MONTH 2015)

                      © Benjamin H. Licodo, 2005 - 2015, All Rights Reserved.