Best regione puglia podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Gli eventi dedicati all'albero sacro a Minerva esplorati attraverso le suggestive opere fotografiche di Luca DeNapoli
 
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Rod breaks down which wine regions see a lot of variation from year to year and which ones don’t. Here are a few wine regions discussed that produce consistent wines year after year (with the caveat that there are always exceptions): Italy: Calabria, Sicily and Puglia France: Languedoc, Provence Spain: La Mancha Portugal: Anything from the Dour ...…
 
Don Chigazola of Chigazola Merchants and Melissa Hotchkiss, sommelier at Sea Thai Bistro are today's guests who join Steve Jaxon, co-host Dan Berger and Barry Herbst of Bottle Barn.When commenting on a Riesling, Dan Berger often says that when the flavor and acidity are just right, it would go very well with some spicy Thai food. Today we have ...…
 
One of our favourite things to do in Italy is sit out in the piazza and drink a nice glass of vino. Find out how to order wine like a pro in this lesson. Today's wordsUn prosecco = a wineDue prosecchi = 2 proseccosUna bottiglia di prosecco = a bottle of proseccoUna = a (for feminine words)Un = a (for masculine words)il Chianti = a type of red w ...…
 
Castello Monaci is located in Puglia’s Salento region, on the “heel of the boot” that is Italy. In this emerging region, Castello Monaci is a benchmark producer crafting wines with the unique characters of Southern Italy’s indigenous grapes Primitivo, Negroamaro and Malvasia Nera. The region of Puglia is drenched in the most intense sunlight in ...…
 
In Episode 12 we are cooking up great things with Lisa Ann Marchesi!Lisa Ann Marchesi was born into a family of Sicilian roots and started cooking in the kitchen at a very young age. She derived her culinary skills from her grandmother who guided and curated her expertise in a variety of Italian cuisine dishes. After years of being inspired to ...…
 
Climate change and global trade combine to make it ever more likely that new pests and diseases will threaten food supplies. A classic example is playing out now in Puglia, the region that includes the heel of Italy's boot. The disease is caused by a bacterium -- Xylella fastidiosa -- that clogs the xylem vessels that carry water up from the ro ...…
 
Click here to learn more about Robert Scott and his radio show Listed below are show archives and named based on original broadcast date. Here you see our episodes from 2014. 12/19/2014 Show Topic: Timely Wine News, a blind tasting and Mulled Wine This week we bid a fond good-by to our “WineLine radio in France” series. I hope you enjoyed the i ...…
 
Bill and I consider what may become of the tipping tradition in America's restaurants. The ever widening wage gap between front of the house restaurant employees and back of the house workers, pending government mandated wage increases and uncertainty of the direction in which current immigration policy may head, makes operating a restaurant, r ...…
 
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Podcast from Italy: Ashley & Jason Bartner
 
This week's podcast is a good one!! An in-depth interview with Villa Cappelli owners Steven & Paul. Away from the tourists in one of the most beautiful undiscovered Regions in Italy, we hear from two American expats about life in Puglia, their favorite local recipes and restoring a centuries old villa! The couple also produces olive oil and win ...…
 
There are lots of "rules" when it comes to traditional Italian food. And what you may think would be the same for Italian food in the states can be very different than what you'll find in Italy. Here are 14 things to never do when cooking or eating in Italy. Note: We base our conversation a lot off this original blog post: http://www.retale.com ...…
 
On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Linda Pugliese grew up in Annapolis, Maryland, surrounded by sailboats, shorelines, and crabs smothered in Old Bay seasoning. Though her last name is from the Puglia region of Italy, Linda hadn’t returned until later in life, reconnecting with a family that welcomed her with love and pasta. Infatuation is al ...…
 
On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Linda Pugliese grew up in Annapolis, Maryland, surrounded by sailboats, shorelines, and crabs smothered in Old Bay seasoning. Though her last name is from the Puglia region of Italy, Linda hadn’t returned until later in life, reconnecting with a family that welcomed her with love and pasta. Infatuation is al ...…
 
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Costing the Earth
 
Bad news for lovers of tapenade and pesto. Olive trees are succumbing to a new disease. Tom Heap reports from Puglia on the ultimate foodie nightmare.The heel of Italy is currently gripped by an outbreak of Xylella fastidiosa, a voracious tree disease that is systematically devastating olive groves in the main areas of production for olive oil. ...…
 
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Costing the Earth
 
Bad news for lovers of tapenade and pesto. Olive trees are succumbing to a new disease. Tom Heap reports from Puglia on the ultimate foodie nightmare.The heel of Italy is currently gripped by an outbreak of Xylella fastidiosa, a voracious tree disease that is systematically devastating olive groves in the main areas of production for olive oil. ...…
 
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Costing the Earth
 
Bad news for lovers of tapenade and pesto. Olive trees are succumbing to a new disease. Tom Heap reports from Puglia on the ultimate foodie nightmare.The heel of Italy is currently gripped by an outbreak of Xylella fastidiosa, a voracious tree disease that is systematically devastating olive groves in the main areas of production for olive oil. ...…
 
It’s the Italian name game. Paul and Steven start the episode talking about Paul’s trip to Florida, but then quickly progress into a conversation all about names in Italy. You’ll learn all about the funny nicknames in small towns, why married women here don’t take their husband’s last name, and why there are no juniors in Italy. You’ll learn: · ...…
 
Ciao! This week on a brand new episode of A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio is chatting with one of America’s foremost authorities on Italian food, Julia della Croce. She is the author of over 13 cooking and travel books, notably “Italian Home Cooking: 125 Recipes to Comfort Your Soul” and “The Classic Italian Cookbook.” In the past deca ...…
 
Ciao! This week on a brand new episode of A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio is chatting with one of America’s foremost authorities on Italian food, Julia della Croce. She is the author of over 13 cooking and travel books, notably “Italian Home Cooking: 125 Recipes to Comfort Your Soul” and “The Classic Italian Cookbook.” In the past deca ...…
 
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Wine Line - Wine Education and Tasting Podcast
 
This Friday, we celebrate “Naked Friday #16.” I will give you an overview of the Puglia region of Italy and, in the last segment of the show, “THE GANG OF WINE” will be tasting a Sangiovese / Negroamaro blend by Dominic Hentall for nakedWines.com. And, remember, you can always go to my website www.wineworldtravels.com and get a voucher and pass ...…
 
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Last Chance Foods from WNYC
 
It’s known as roquette, salad rocket, or, more scientifically, eruca sativa, but whatever you call it, arugula is a flavorful green beloved all over the world.
 
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Last Chance Foods from WNYC
 
It’s known as roquette, salad rocket, or, more scientifically, eruca sativa, but whatever you call it, arugula is a flavorful green beloved all over the world.
 
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Amateur Traveler Travel Podcast
 
The Amateur Traveler talks to Antonello Losito from Southern Visions Travel about his native region of Puglia (Apulia) in Italy. Puglia is the boot of Italy and does not get the same number of tourists as Northern Italy. But Antonello recommends his rugged coastline and mountain towns as a way to see the Italy that “most American’s picture”.…
 
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Amateur Traveler Podcast (iTunes enhanced) | travel for the love of it
 
The Amateur Traveler talks to Antonello Losito from Southern Visions Travel about his native region of Puglia (Apulia) in Italy. Puglia is the boot of Italy and does not get the same number of tourists as Northern Italy. But Antonello recommends his rugged coastline and mountain towns as a way to see the Italy that "most Americans picture".…
 
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