Tell a little kid that Zia is making caponatina and it truly is like Christmas morning. The Sicilian version of bruschetta, caponata (also known as caponatina in dialect), is a savory blend of eggplant, tomatoes, capers and a whole bunch of love. After all, there is no other way to cook for a Sicilian. The […]
This is part of a series of Wanderlust Women City Guides. We hope they offer you useful tidbits of information as you plan your adventure to some of the most interesting places around the world. Palermo is the anti-Naples when it comes to the south of Italy. It is more hip than Naples with an […]
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Americans have been celebrating Thanksgiving since Abraham Lincoln first declared it a national holiday in 1863, a day to give thanks for all that we have in an effort to unify the country at that time. A full turkey dinner with stuffing, yams and cornbread was what most Americans ate but when Italian immigrants landed […]
Only in Palermo can a major intersection called Quattro Canti, Four Corners, actually have eight sides and a whole lot of traffic. It pulses, as does most of Palermo, with a daily frenetic pace where Via Maqueda crosses Via Vittorio Emanuele. The Baroque Piazza was laid out by the Viceroys of Sicily more than 500 […]