Italians are part of the cosmopolitan society of Hermanus and as to be expected these Italians, like all Italians, are big on wine and food. Fabio Lenci opened up Fabio’s Ristorante in a side street of Hermanus in 2007. July celebrates the 13th anniversary of this restaurant giving us a taste of Italy at the… Read More Fabio – Signor Pasta
You may have the universe if I may have Venice! Slight adaption of a quote I read somewhere. Venice is dreamy, friendly and so hopelessly romantic. There is so much to discover. So many surprises to be had. I feel the only way to explore Venice is to toss the map and get utterly and… Read More Venice For Me Please!
What’s not to like about Rome? I smell fresh watermelon sold on the streets in summer, feel the strain on my legs from climbing the Spanish Steps and the overwhelming be-wonderment from staring at the Sistine Chapel’s ceiling. The culture of Rome and the Vatican is almost too much to handle. Little wonder then that… Read More When In Rome
Today Italian families live by the rule that no meal is complete without a glass of grappa. Credited for popularising this tradition is Giannola Nonino who saw the potential of grape remains as a way of using the grape skins after the juice has been extracted for wine making. She insisted that grappa is served at… Read More Saluting Grappa