Cappero di Pantelleria IGP
Formaggio Ragusano DOP
Pistacchio di Bronte
Pomodoro di Pachino IGP
Bottarga is cured mullet or tuna eggs. The fish eggs are preserved inside the fish’s egg sack, or the ovaries.
Tags: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Fish-seafood-shellfish, Winter, Sardegna, Sicilia
The caper plant is part of the Capparis Spinosa L. family and is a flowering shrub typically found throughout the Mediterranean.
Tags: Summer, Sicilia
Ragusano is a semi-hard cheese made from pasta filata (pulled-curd). It is rectangular in shape and is sold at different stages of aging.
Tags: Spring, Cheese, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Sicilia
Originally from central South America, Capsicum annuuum is a plant that grows in temperate to hot climates. Peperoncino was among the various wonders of the New World brought to Europe ...
Tags: Abruzzo, Spring, Basilicata, Summer, Autumn, Calabria, Campania, Winter, Spices-dressings-sauces, Sicilia
Piacentinu is a cooked, semi-hard cheese. It is round in shape and available in various ages. Traditionally, it is made in the province of Enna, Sicily, using whole sheep’s milk, ...
The city of Bronte is perched at the top of slope of volcanic rock, located about half a mile northeast of Etna. The Arabs, who once controlled the region, are ...
Tags: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Fruits and vegetables, Winter, Sicilia
Pachino tomatoes have been grown since the 1920s in the coastal area of Pachino and neighboring territories. Initially, the tomato crops had to fight for space with the grape vines.
Tags: Summer, Fruits and vegetables, Sicilia