Fall in Turin is a rather rich season of events, especially for all those who love cinema. As Italian cinema was born in Turin - that was the Hollywood of silent productions in 1910s, it doesn't come as a surprise that we are now hosting such a unique festival as the Dong Film Fest.
Thursday, October 26, 2017
Dong Film Fest
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Labels: book presentations, China, chinese authors, chinese cinema, cinema, dong film fest, emerging directors, film fest, italian cinema, Local culture, Mole Antonelliana, panda, premieres
Friday, October 20, 2017
nocciolini di Chivasso
Only three ingredients are needed to make this traditional tiny amaretto-shaped cookies from Chivasso, a small town in the Canavese area, 13 minutes by train north of Turin.
|super tiny and delicious nocciolini di Chivasso|
Friday, October 13, 2017
Lyn fascinated by Turin!
Back in October 2015, through Instagram we connected with Louise Rhodes, an Aussie friend with a passion for food, wine and travel.
The following month, on November 1st, we accompanied her at Manuela Gomez to pick her "on demand made in Turin" wedding shoes for her wedding in May 2016.
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Labels: baratti & milano, brass bull, cinzano, guarini, Guest Posts, Lavazza, Louise Rhodes, lyn learmonth rhodes, Manuela Gomez, palatine towers, palazzo madama, palazzo reale, san lorenzo church, willunga, wino
Friday, October 6, 2017
Vermouths, wines, cocktails and even beers, Turin is your city and Cinzano is another BIG Italian name that conquered the world starting here in Turin in 1757!
|Cinzano's Vermouth Rosso label|
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