Sunday, 15 March 2009

A Walled City in Tuscany Clings to Its Ancient Menu

World News> Lucca Journal on The New York Times
LUCCA, Italy — With its pink-hued medieval churches, tree-lined city walls and a famously excellent regional cuisine, Lucca seems the perfect Tuscan city. But that charm is precisely what has made it the latest battleground in a tug of war ...
... between the romantic Italy of the popular imagination and the more complex reality. Lucca’s center-right city council recently stirred much contention, and accusations of racism, by prohibiting new ethnic food restaurants from opening within its gorgeous historical center. ...
Full Story: A Walled City in Tuscany Clings to Its Ancient Menu; By RACHEL DONADIO




LIFESTYLE ESSENTIALS: Clarins > Organic > Mix >

0 commenti:

Post a Comment

Terra e Gusto...

 

Archive

Stat counter

Site Info

Email: word[at]foodmeditation[dot]net
Please Note: We have lots of email and it may take sometime to answer. Thanks a lot for stopping by.


Disclaimer


Blogger Privacy Policy





Disclaimer and Privacy

The digest on what's happening in the food community is a constant work in progress, with notes of gourmet travelers, on cooking, styling, taking pictures, writing and blogging about it. (Not necessarily in this order!)

Opinion on this site are provided for informational purposes only and are not meant to substitute the advice provided by professionals. No guarantee is given as to the accuracy, consistency, or completeness of the information displayed in the database records.
Food Meditations... Copyright 2017 - Template Designed by Bie Template