Pistachio, a delight for the palate to be enjoyed on your next trip to Sicily! Pistachio, Bronte’s green gold, represents a great economic resource for Sicily. Much of the credit goes to the locals, who have been able to discover the real value of the

Olive harvest in Sicily: a journey between nature and art… Sicily is one of the Italian regions that offers many high quality foods, including Sicilian olives. A land rich in colours, flavours and aromas: it boasts a very long history regarding the olive harvest! Where to

Gestures and traditions: Irene Di Liberto tells us about the importance of hand gestures for the Sicilians.   I remember that when I was a “picciridda” (a child), the most solemn weekly ritual for my family was Sunday lunch. We met during this particular moment

Sicilian cannoli what is it? History of cannoli and curiosity Sicilian cannoli are a very popular dessert in Italy and in the world, but cannoli what is it? Do we really know cannoli history? what is cannoli origins? Irene Di Liberto, writer, poet and ambassador

Orange mousse, a fresh, light dessert for any occasion   The days begin to get longer and even hotter. A fresh orange mousse can delight the palate of foodies and is a good compromise for those looking for something fancy, light and in line with the winter

An original recipe for your home-made bread. Two ingredients that are geographically distant but perfect in combination   Making bread at home can be challenging, but it is also an opportunity to travel between different countries, experimenting with unusual flavours and combinations. Flour, Finnish nettles and Sicilian dried tomatoes. The ingredients are all

A journey to discover the excellence of Italian food and wine: Sicilian cheeses included in the Slow Food Presidia Hello everyone! We are Roberta Lo Cascio and Laura Martino and together we have founded the Saporite blog, where we focus on discovering and sharing Italian food & wine treasures and