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The TASTE Podcast
181: Christina Tosi

The TASTE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 57:57


Christina Tosi is a chef and TV personality as well as Milk Bar's CEO and CCCO (Chief Compost Cookie Officer) and the author of a new cookbook, All About Cookies (among many others). On this lively episode, we talk to her about all things cookies and cake, moving upstate, grocery shopping at dawn, baking David Chang birthday cakes every year, and Milk Bar life (as a mother). We always enjoy having Christina on the show. Also on the show, Aliza and Matt talk about travel. We just launched our first TASTE Travels trip to Puglia with author Suzy Karadsheh and talk about some other places we will be visiting this spring including Mexico City, Israel, Los Angeles, and rural Italy.More from Christina Tosi:Christina Tosi's World Spins Around Cakes and Cereal Milk [TASTE]How Christina Tosi Gets It Done [The Cut]TASTE Podcast 20: Christina Tosi [TASTE]TASTE Travels Italy: Cooking and Eating Through Puglia with Suzy Karadsheh [TASTE]

Cork Rules
Episode 226. 22 Bowen, Rhode Island

Cork Rules

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 6:35


Michaela Quinlan, certified sommelier, and Robert Tas visit 22 Bowen in Newport where they serve steak and fresh, local seafood in a classy nautical-themed dining room with waterfront views. This charming restaurant is defined by its casual elegance, indulgent food, classic drinks and warm, genuine hospitality, and did we mention the wine list? It's a lively, ever-evolving list that includes both the traditional and trending wines. Wines reviewed include: 2020  La Chapiniére, “Touraine”, Loire Valley 2019 La Posta, “Paulucci” Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina 2019 San Marzano, “F Rosso” Negroamaro, Puglia, Italy For more information on today's episode, and the wines you love to love, visit www.corkrules.com.

Union Radio
En Aleatorio | Entrevista a Mario Puglia y su futuro musical

Union Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 18:53


Untold Italy travel podcast
WIN! An Untold Italy Tour Package for 2 [Listen to Find Out How]

Untold Italy travel podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 3:07


Want to visit our favorite spots in hidden Italy? Enter our competition to win an Untold Italy Tour experience for 2 people [valued at up to $US 10,000!] and you could be joining us in Puglia, Piedmont, Tuscany, Emilia-Romagna, Umbria or Capri! Simply complete our Italy Region Quiz, discover your ideal Italian region to visit and provide your details and you're in the running to win! We'll also send you a travel guide to the region you chose!>> Enter here to winIn bocca al lupo! Good luck!Support the showOn tour - Trip schedule | Join us: Untold Italy Amici | Visit our online store | Follow: Instagram • Facebook • YouTube • Italy Travel Planning Community

Ultim'ora
Apre a Bari la nuova sede di Atos, Delli Noci "Puglia hub strategico"

Ultim'ora

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 1:58


Inaugurata a Bari la nuova sede di Atos, società impegnata nel settore informatico e digitale. Presenti al taglio del nastro l'assessore regionale allo Sviluppo economico Alessandro Delli Noci, il sindaco di Bari Antonio Decaro, l'ad dell'azienda Giuseppe Di Franco, il rettore del Politecnico Francesco Cupertino e il rettore della LUM Antonello Garzoni. "La Puglia - dice Delli Noci - diventa un hub strategico fondamentale per lo sviluppo dell'economia del digitale". xa2/vbo/mrv

Ultim'ora
Mara Venier madrina del Carnevale Putignano "Grande legame con Puglia"

Ultim'ora

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 1:29


"Sono felice di tornare a Putignano, con la Puglia ho un grande legame". Lo ha detto Mara Venier che sarà la madrina del Carnevale di Putignano. "Il Comune e la Regione Puglia, insieme al governo, hanno messo insieme una macchina organizzativa poderosa", sottolinea il governatore regionale Michele Emiliano.xc3/mgg/gtr

Ultim'ora
Mara Venier madrina del Carnevale Putignano "Grande legame con Puglia"

Ultim'ora

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 1:29


"Sono felice di tornare a Putignano, con la Puglia ho un grande legame". Lo ha detto Mara Venier che sarà la madrina del Carnevale di Putignano. "Il Comune e la Regione Puglia, insieme al governo, hanno messo insieme una macchina organizzativa poderosa", sottolinea il governatore regionale Michele Emiliano.xc3/mgg/gtr

Bella Italy
Exploring The Deep South

Bella Italy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 40:29


Kicking off Part Two of Season Two, Anthony and Brian sit back down at the mics to discuss travel in the Deep South. Coming up a series of 5 more in-depth episodes exploring Puglia, Basilicata, and Brian's favorite... La Sicilia! Don't miss these episodes. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/italywithbella/message

Drink With Rick
DWR-190 – Patroferno Appassimento Puglia Primitivo 2021 Tasting and Review

Drink With Rick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 111:32


I open, taste, review a Patroferno Appassimento Puglia Primitivo 2021 red wine from Italy! Plus, national days, Facebook copyright issues and Open Chat!

Eat Like an Italian
The Best Food In Puglia

Eat Like an Italian

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 29:42


Looking for the best food in Puglia? From traditional Italian dishes to unique regional specialties, listen to this podcast episode to learn about typical food from Puglia. Scott Maxwell, a Scottish expat in Puglia, leads us through a culinary journey of the regions most iconic cuisine. This is the Mediterranean Diet at its best, with fresh seafood, great local wines, and "killer" pasta. Here's a link to his site and his recommendations: https://www.gaypugliapodcast.com/puglia-for-foodies/ Join us in Puglia!

The Culinary Institute of America
Olive Oil in the Plant-Forward Kitchen Interview Series: Nancy Harmon Jenkins

The Culinary Institute of America

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 23:33 Transcription Available


In this interview, Nancy Harmon Jenkins discusses making her own olive oil, what olive oils she has in her kitchen, the joy of bitter oils, and how to pair the right olive oil with a dish. Nancy Harmon Jenkins is a nationally known food writer who has traveled the world looking for the connection between who we are and what we eat. She is the author of many books, the latest of which is The New Mediterranean Diet Cookbook (2008). She is also the author of Cucina del Sole: A Celebration of Southern Italian Cooking (2007); The Essential Mediterranean (2003); Flavors of Tuscany (1998); Flavors of Puglia (1997); and the highly acclaimed original version of the Mediterranean Diet Cookbook (1994). Formerly a staff writer with The New York Times, today Ms. Jenkins contributes to a number of publications, including The New York Times, Food & Wine, Eating Well, and Saveur. During the past 15 years she has led many food and wine tours to Sicily, northern Spain, Tuscany-Umbria, and other Mediterranean regions for The Culinary Institute of America. This recipe and video were produced by The Culinary Institute of America as an industry service, thanks to the generous support of the International Olive Council.

Ultim'ora
Emiliano "Con i Capodanni di Puglia sinergia tra Regione e i Comuni"

Ultim'ora

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 3:55


“La cultura, le feste e, purtroppo, anche tante altre cose, come per esempio le strade sono cose che i comuni non riescono a fare. Si riesce a farle con la collaborazione della Regione Puglia, che finanzia tutto. È uno sforzo gigantesco, perché purtroppo la finanza dei comuni è stata distrutta". Lo ha dichiarato il Governatore Michele Emiliano presentando "I Capodanni di Puglia"xa2/pc/red

Why Not - il Podcast
Ep.263 - Parrucchiera in Australia, con Antonella Mongelli da Sydney

Why Not - il Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 50:30


“Quando ho comunicato la mia decisione di mollare tutto alle mie clienti di Italia, la risposta comune fu “ma sei pazza?… il mio salone andava alla grande, ma io sentivo la forte esigenza di cambiare…”Cari amici di Why Not, vi presento Antonella Mongelli che oggi vive a Sydney dove lavora come hair stylist. Antonella proviene da Putignano, una piccolo paese della Puglia, dove fino a sei anni fa gestiva il suo salone di bellezza. Dopo dieci anni di attività Antonella sentiva il bisogno di cambiamento. Desiderava una nuova avventura e la voleva in Australia. Suo marito Lorenzo fu il primo a partire, mentre Antonella e la loro figlia di 5 anni lo raggiunsero sei mesi dopo. Il primo anno fu il più difficile, ma senza perdersi d'animo, Antonella si fece forza e continuò a ricercare la sua strada. Nel Febbraio 2018 la svolta lavorativa, mentre nel 2019 la nascita della seconda figlia. Oggi Antonella è felice di quella scelta presa anni fa ed è diventata un punto di riferimento della comunità italiana di Sydney! Buon ascolto!Ecco i momenti più importanti della nostra chiacchierata: 03:30 la difficoltà della lingua inglese;08:00 l'arrivo in Australia;13:55 gli inizi a Sydney;22:30 il salone in Italia;32:15 la distanza dall'Italia;38:34 il momento più felice dell'esperienza australiana;44:00 consiglio per chi vorrebbe trasferirsi in Australia.Come sostenere il mondo di Why Not: https://www.patreon.com/paologallowhynotSei interessato alla vita in Australia? Entra nel gruppo Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/whynotcafeitalianiinaustraliaHai cambiato vita e vorresti partecipare a Why Not Café? Scrivimi qui: info@paologallowhynot.comEcco i contatti di Why Not:Youtube: Paolo Gallo - Why NotFacebook: @whynot.ilikeitInstagram: @paologallowhynotSpotify: Paolo Gallo - Why NotSpreaker: Paolo Gallo - Why Not

Ultim'ora
Psr Puglia, Emiliano "Risultati dedicati a chi voleva danneggiarci"

Ultim'ora

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 1:18


"Annunciamo risultati sul recupero della spesa del Psr, quindi è una giornata che dedichiamo soprattutto a tutti quelli che speravano che la Regione Puglia non riuscisse a cogliere gli obiettivi di spesa per danneggiarci dal punto di vista politico". Lo ha detto il presidente della Regione Puglia Michele Emiliano. xa2/pc/gtr

Ultim'ora
Dall'Europa un miliardo all'Italia per la transizione green

Ultim'ora

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 1:27


L'Italia riceverà un miliardo di euro nell'ambito del Just Transition Fund, a sostegno della transizione climatica a Taranto, in Puglia, e nel Sulcis Iglesiente, in Sardegna, per incoraggiare la diversificazione economica e la creazione di posti di lavoro in settori green, tra cui l'energia rinnovabile.sat/gsl

Ultim'ora
Dall'Europa un miliardo all'Italia per la transizione green

Ultim'ora

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 1:27


L'Italia riceverà un miliardo di euro nell'ambito del Just Transition Fund, a sostegno della transizione climatica a Taranto, in Puglia, e nel Sulcis Iglesiente, in Sardegna, per incoraggiare la diversificazione economica e la creazione di posti di lavoro in settori green, tra cui l'energia rinnovabile.sat/gsl

Ultim'ora
Dall'Europa un miliardo all'Italia per la transizione green

Ultim'ora

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 1:27


L'Italia riceverà un miliardo di euro nell'ambito del Just Transition Fund, a sostegno della transizione climatica a Taranto, in Puglia, e nel Sulcis Iglesiente, in Sardegna, per incoraggiare la diversificazione economica e la creazione di posti di lavoro in settori green, tra cui l'energia rinnovabile.sat/gsl

Bonsai Mirai: Asymmetry
Fungi and Bacteria with Karen O'Hanlon

Bonsai Mirai: Asymmetry

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 100:18 Very Popular


Founder of Probio Carbon—Dr. Karen O'Hanlon joins us from Ireland to share her rigorous knowledge about fungi, bacteria, nutrition, and bonsai biology. Her new product Danú was developed in 2021 specifically for the bonsai community and has helped to increase plant health and cultivation for bonsai and beyond.   Learn more about Probio Carbon: https://www.probiocarbon.ie/   The olive trees of Puglia need our help! Discover how you join us in our conservation efforts:  https://bonsaimirai.com/blog/mirai-wild-puglian-olives-fundraiser

Wine for Normal People
Ep 454: The Grape Miniseries -- Aglianico

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 48:13 Very Popular


In this show, we cover Aglianico - the best red grape you may have never heard of. Widely considered one of Italy's top three red grapes with Sangiovese and Nebbiolo, many consider the wines of Aglianico some of the world's top bottles too. That said, because Aglianico is a grape of the more obscure regions in southern Italy (Campania and Basilicata, mainly), the wine hasn't gotten its due. It is much less expensive than top Barolos and Barbarescos or Chiantis and Brunellos – although it is slowly catching up. It is a grape well-suited to warm Mediterranean climates, and for the changing climates of once cooler growing areas like regions of California and Australia. Aglianico is historic, yet modern and there has never been a better time to get acquainted with the wines of this beautiful grape. Photo: Aglianico Source: Taub Family Selections, Mastroberardino Page   Here are the show notes: We cover the history of the grape and discuss possible origins. Aglianico is considered to be one of Italy's oldest grapes and it was always thought to be an import from the Greeks who colonized Campania and other parts of southern Italy. Today, Attilio Scienza, the foremost Italian grape scientist, has changed that theory. He believes the grape is native to southern Italy and the name is related to the Spanish word for plains “llano” (ll=gli, both sounds like y sound in canyon). The grape may have been domesticated from grapes growing on the plains We discuss how the grape was nearly extinct after phylloxera, and how Antonio Mastroberardino - preserved and propagated Aglianico to make one of the best red wines in Italian history – the 1968 Mastroberardino Taurasi Riserva. The D'Angelo family revived Aglianico around Monte Vulture in Basilicata around the same time. The success of these two families on the world stage, encouraged others to start making wines from Aglianico, and today there are many great examples of wines from the grape Photo: 1968 Mastroberardino Taurasi Riserva, widely considered one of Italy's best wines   Aglianico Viticulture: Aglianico produces medium to small, compact bunches. The individual berries are small, round, and dark blue-black with quite thick skins. The grape requires a long, warm growing season with a warm fall to fully develop flavors and calm tannins and acidity. It is early budding and late ripening. Overly cool or overly hot conditions don't do good things for the grape. Aglianico is one of the latest harvests in Italy, with Vulture often starting harvest in mid to late November According to Ian d'Agata, the top English-speaking writer on Italian wine, Aglianico has three biotypes (variations of the same grape, but not different enough to be clones): Taurasi, with small berries, less vigorous, and sensitivity to spring weather that may reduce the harvest Taburno (also called Aglianico Amaro -- but not because it's amaro /bitter, rather because it's higher in acidity) is less fertile with big bunches. It is earlier ripening, with higher alcohol and higher acidity del Vulture is most intensely flavored biotype, with strong fruit aromas and flavors, and it seems to have fewer viticultural issues The grape also has clones, the most popular of which are used to create bolder, darker wines     Terroir Aglianico prefers volcanic soils. The Campania DOCGs are on extinct volcanoes or have influence from nearby Vesuvius. The volcanic activity makes these soils rich in nutrients, well-drained, and very complex. The grape loves elevation and it thrives in spots where other grapes can't ripen. Although Aglianico needs dry climates with abundant sun, it must have diurnal temperature swings at night so it can retain its acidity and build flavor slowly   Photo: Mastroberardino's Aglianico vineyards  Source: Taub Family Selections, Mastroberardino Page Styles: Generally, Aglianico has the following characteristics: Very high acidity and tannin. Floral (red roses), red fruit (sour cherries), plum (esp. from Vulture), leather and herbs (esp. from Taburno), smoke, and mineral notes. The wines are always savory. It is capable of long aging. Regardless of where the grape grows, these characteristics seem to be present. Some styles are lighter and more floral with higher acidity, while others are deep, earthy, fuller, and complex with tobacco, licorice, iron ore, and coffee notes. Aglianico needs age. It can be tough in its youth, with harsh tannin and acidity, since the grape has naturally high tartaric acid   Other styles: IGT wines – blended with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot or other native grapes Passito: Similar to Amarone from Veneto, these wines are made from partially dehydrated grapes. This style is very rare Sparkling: Made in the IGP classification. These wines often display red cherry, strawberries, and spice flavors and aromas     Regions The grape is almost exclusively in southern Italy, mostly in Campania in the provinces of Avellino, Benevento, Sannio, and Caserta. In Basilicata, wines are mainly made around Potenza and Matera. All these areas are in cool, dry, sunny spots in the mountains The three main areas for high quality Aglianico in Italy are:   Taurasi (1993 DOCG), which is near Avellino, is mountainous and therefore at altitude, has volcanic soils and has an ideal climate -- hot, sunny days, and cool nights to slow ripening and build flavor. Up to 15% other red grapes are permitted in the blend to soften Aglianico (often Piedirosso, the native aromatic grape, which is lighter than Aglianico, is used) Flavor profile: Black cherry, raspberry, cigar, coffee, earth, leather. High acidity, high tannin, high alcohol, medium bodied. Riserva: has higher alcohol levels is aged longer Producers: Mastroberardino, Feudi di San Gregorio, Ponte, Terre degli Svevi, Re Manfredi, Quintodecimo, Donnachiara, Antionio Caggiano, Salvatore Molettieri, Perillo, Luigi Tecce, Terrdora, Urciolo The wine we were drinking during the show, 2013 Feudi di San Gregorio Taurasi. Here is a link to the show I did with owner Antonio Capaldo, ep 337   Aglianico del Taburno (2011 DOCG) is near Benevento. These wines are less famed than Taurasi because the region was used for bulk wine until the 1980s. The region consists of 14 towns on the eastern side of the Taburno mountain. Rather than pure volcanic or a volcanic mix, soils are clay -limestone. Taburno has bigger diurnals than Taurasi, and is generally cooler than Taurasi leading to higher acidity. Flavor profile: Pepper, black fruit, figs, leather, and herbs. High acidity, high tannin, high alcohol, medium body Producers: Cantina del Taburno, Cantine Tora, La Rivolta   Other Campania DOCS include: Cilento, Sannio, Gallucio, Irpinia, Falerno del Massico     Aglianico Del Vulture (we did a whole podcast on this) is located in Basilicata, just around the province of Potenza in the north. The wine region borders Campania and Puglia. The wine is required to be 100% Aglianico. Aglianico del Vulture DOC and Aglianico del Vulture Superiore DOCGs are on volcanic, mineral rich, well-drained soils around the extinct volcano. The elevation of Monte Vulture and the rain shadow it creates make perfect conditions for Aglianico – it gets its long, cool growing season, where it can develop flavors and aromas over time Flavor profile: black plum, coffee, dried herbs, smoke, dark chocolate. These wines have lower acidity than the wines of Campania. They still have high tannin, and high alcohol Producers: Cantine del Notaio, Elena Fucci, Pasternoster, Macarico, Basilisco, Cantina di Venosa, Bisceglia, D'Angelo Aglianico can also be found in: Abruzzo & Molise, where it is blended with Montepulciano Lazio, Calabria, Puglia, where it is sometimes blended with Primitivo     New World Regions Australia: Adelaide Hills, Barossa, Langhorne Creek, Mudgee, McLaren Vale, Riverina, Northern Tasmania– cool and warmer regions! The wines are apparently less acidic and tannic, and quite high quality     USA: California: Many regions grow the grape but Caparone in Paso Robles was the first in 1992. It shows promise as the climate warms. Other US: Texas, New Mexico   Argentina and Mexico are also having some success   We end with a discussion of food pairings and encouragement to go out and try this gem!   Main resource: "Native Wine Grapes of Italy" by Ian D'Agata   _______________________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week: Wine Spies uncovers incredible wines at unreal prices - on every type of wine in a variety of price points. It's not a club and there's no obligation to buy. Sign up for their daily email and buy what you want, when you want it. They have a build-a-case option, so you can mix and match wines while enjoying free shipping on every purchase. Visit www.winespies.com/normal you'll get $20 credit to use on your first order! Check them out today!   If you think our podcast is worth the price of a bottle or two of wine a year, please become a member of Patreon... you'll get even more great content, live interactions and classes!  www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople   To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes   Bonus: Here's the cat "iron throne" we talked about...

MELOG Il piacere del dubbio

Molti ricorderanno la drammatica vicenda dei due fratellini, scomparsi nel 2006 e ritrovati morti due anni dopo, in fondo a una cisterna abbandonata, nel centro di Gravina, in Puglia. Ne ripercorriamo la storia con il giornalista Mauro Valentini e Luciano Garofano, già comandante dei RIS di Parma e consulente tecnico per l'Autorità Giudiziaria e gli studi legali, autori di un libro che finalmente prova a fare chiarezza sui tanti misteri del caso.

Bonsai Mirai: Asymmetry
Triskele Collective Ceramic Discussion

Bonsai Mirai: Asymmetry

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 150:29


The Triskele Collective includes Tom Benda, Andrew Pearson, and Thor Holvila––a trio of exceptionally talented ceramicists in the bonsai realm. Each member brings unique skills and styles to every collaboration, creating one-of-a-kind works of art that are beautiful and functional. Tune in as we increase your understanding of the bonsai vessel during our ceramic discussion with these three incredibly talented and well-known bonsai ceramicists.   The olive trees of Puglia need our help! Discover how you join us in our conservation efforts:  https://bonsaimirai.com/blog/mirai-wild-puglian-olives-fundraiser

INSIDE FINANCE
Intervista a Cristiano Carrus, Amministratore Delegato della Banca Popolare di Bari.

INSIDE FINANCE

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 60:28


Nell'episodio di oggi l'intervista a Cristiano Carrus, Amministratore Delegato della Banca Popolare di Bari.La Banca Popolare di Bari S.p.A. (BPB) è un istituto di credito popolare italiano, fondato a Bari nel 1960. È il primo gruppo creditizio autonomo del Mezzogiorno ed è tra le tre maggiori banche pugliesi e tra le 10 maggiori banche popolari italiane.Radicata in Puglia e nelle regioni limitrofe, conta 217 sportelli, 3 200 dipendenti e quasi 70 000 soci. È presente in 11 regioni col proprio marchio: in Puglia, Campania, Basilicata, Calabria, Molise, Lazio, Marche, Umbria, Toscana, Lombardia e Abruzzo.Nell'intervista importanti visioni sul futuro della Banca e del sistema bancario italiano.Buon ascolto.

Lush Life
How to Drink Altamura Vodka with Frank Grillo

Lush Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 44:12


Did you ever look at a loaf of bread and see a bottle of vodka waiting to happen? Our guest today did, and now that bread has become the vodka that took Venice Cocktail Week by storm.Frank Grillo, the co-founder of Altamura Distilleries, wasn't just looking at any old slice of bread when he saw a bottle of vodka, but one he had made with Altamura wheat. If you haven't already heard of Pane di Altamura, as it's called in Italian, you have been missing something special. They've been talking about it for centuries. Even Horace, the classical writer, said it was the best bread in the world, and that was in the 1st century. Pane di Altamura is an Italian bread from the Altamura area of Puglia, Italy. In 2003, Pane di Altamura was granted PDO status in Europe, which means that, for it to be called Pane di Altamura, it must be made in a heavily regulated way. As I said, this is not just your supermarket bread. In turn, Frank's Altamura Vodka is not just your regular run-of-the-mill vodka but one made with this very special wheat. How did he come by this bread living in Atlanta? Well, I'll let him tell you that story!But before you get to meet him, did you know that you can now watch Frank's episode plus all the other Lush Life episodes as well as a whole lot more on Youtube, so check out the Lush Life Youtube Channel!! Just head to youtube.com/@lushlifemanual that's youtube.com/@lushlifemanual! Our Cocktail of the week was created by Antonio and his team at the Aman Venice, especially for Altamura Vodka. It's called the Seven Pillars! INGREDIENTS40 ml Altamura Distilleries Vodka40 ml Fig Liqueur20 ml SelectDried TarragonDried FigMETHODRIm half of a rocks glass with dried Tarragon Add all the ingredients to a mixing glassAdd iceStir, stir, stirStrain it into the rocks glass with iceGarnish with a dried fig You'll find this recipe, more cocktail recipes, and all the cocktails of the week at alushlifemanual.com, where you'll also find all the ingredients in our shop.Full Episode Details: https://alushlifemanual.com/altamura-vodka-with-frank-grillo-----Become a supporter of A Lush Life Manual for as little as $5 - all you have to do is go to patreon.com/lushlifeLush Life Merchandise is here - we're talking t-shirts, mugs, iPhone covers, duvet covers, iPad covers, and more covers for everything! And more! Produced by Simpler MediaFollow us on Twitter and InstagramGet great cocktail ideas on PinterestNew episodes every Tuesday, usually!!

Bonsai Mirai: Asymmetry
Pacific Bonsai Expo Recap with Hugh Grant and Randy Knight

Bonsai Mirai: Asymmetry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 103:42


We gathered our good friends—Hugh Grant and Randy Knight, to delve deep into our Pacific Bonsai Expo takeaways and experiences. Enjoy a recap of our combined perspectives on a truly remarkable first-of-its-kind event for the western bonsai community and beyond. The olive trees of Puglia need our help! Discover how you join us in our conservation efforts:  https://bonsaimirai.com/blog/mirai-wild-puglian-olives-fundraiser

The 10Adventures Podcast
Off the Beaten Track Travel in Italy

The 10Adventures Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 32:46


Want to hear about some of the best parts of Italy that locals love?  This week we hear from the founder of S-Cape Italy, Tullia Caballaro.  Tullia shares five of her favourite 'Off the beaten track' destinations in Italy.  Rather than the Dolomites consider the Italian Alps destinations of Val Maira and Aosta Valley.  Tullia shares her love of Puglia and the coastal walking as an alternative to Cinque Terre or the Amalfi Coast.    Learn about all things pilgrimage, such as the Via Francigena and The Way of St. Francis. Finally, hear about trekking in Sicily or the stunning island of Sardinia!

il posto delle parole
Giovanni Checchinato "Omelia per gli invisibili"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 31:29


Giovanni Checchinato"Omelia per gli invisibili"La storia di un vescovo dove cresce la quarta mafiaMondadori Editorehttps://www.mondadori.it/«Se un cristiano va in chiesa per pregare Dio perché gli vada bene una rapina, c'è qualcosa che non funziona.» Se in dieci giorni muoiono in due incidenti stradali sedici immigrati, se nel Gran Ghetto di Torretta Antonacci, a pochi chilometri da San Severo, si susseguono incendi che stroncano la vita di gambiani, senegalesi, camerunensi, lavoratori sfruttati da caporali senza scrupoli, un vescovo non può fare finta di niente, allargare le braccia sconsolato e tornare in sagrestia.«Quando sento il termine “ormai”, mi inquieto. È un sinonimo di disfatta, di rinuncia preventiva di fronte alle difficoltà» dice don Giovanni Checchinato, a cui è capitato di fare il vescovo in una terra dove esiste un potere criminale che hanno chiamato «quarta mafia». È un sistema di associazioni criminali che controlla la Capitanata e la provincia di Foggia con estrema crudeltà, gestendo il traffico di stupefacenti, la prostituzione, il racket delle estorsioni, l'organizzazione di furti e rapine e infiltrandosi nella pubblica amministrazione.Il mondo della mafia e quello degli immigrati sono apparentemente lontani, ma hanno un punto in comune: sono entrambi invisibili. I mafiosi, da una parte, non vogliono farsi identificare, pur utilizzando tutti gli strumenti possibili – anche le nuove tecnologie – per ottenere un consenso sociale. Dall'altra, le persone provenienti da molti paesi africani che arrivano in Puglia per lavorare preferiscono vivere in una baracca, lontano dai centri abitati e in condizioni terribili, pur di sentirsi accettati dagli altri del ghetto, piuttosto che in una casa vera e propria ma discriminati in città.Don Gianni, come lo chiamano a San Severo, si rivolge a tutte queste persone, senza essere barricadero o istrionico. Lo fa chiamando le cose con il loro nome, convinto che, per rendere la lotta alle mafie una cosa normale, si debba cominciare da qui.Giovanni Checchinato nasce a Latina il 20 agosto 1957 e nel 1981 viene ordinato sacerdote. Dopo il Baccalaureato nell'Istituto Teologico di Anagni, perfeziona i suoi studi con la Licenza in Teologia Morale nell'Accademia Alfonsiana di Roma. Nel 2009 consegue il Master in Counselling socio-educativo presso l'Università Pontificia Salesiana di Roma. Dopo esperienze di servizio come vicario e parroco, nel 2005 diventa Rettore del Pontificio Collegio Leoniano, per poi rientrare in diocesi come parroco nel 2015. Nel 2017 diventa vescovo della diocesi di San Severo.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/

24 Mattino - Le interviste
Il Pnrr contro la dispersione scolastica

24 Mattino - Le interviste

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022


Seppur diminuita negli ultimi anni resta ancora alta la dispersione scolastica. Italia divisa in due con quattro Regioni del Sud, Calabria, Campania, Sicilia e Puglia dove supera la soglia del 15% mentre in Lombardia e Veneto è al 2%.Ne parliamo con Maura Striano, assessore all'istruzione del comune di Napoli nonché ordinaria di Pedagogia generale e sociale all'Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II ed Antonello Giannelli, presidente dell'associazione nazionale presidi.

My Italian Podcast
MIP 85: Una gita in Puglia

My Italian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 25:57


Siamo andate in vacanza in Puglia! In questo episodio vi raccontiamo dove siamo state, che cosa abbiamo fatto e vi diamo alcuni consigli per un itinerario di viaggio... e gastronomico! Support the show

Italian Roots and Genealogy
Researching Puglia, Campania, Molise and Calabria

Italian Roots and Genealogy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 58:54


Phil Apollo interviews author, podcaster and blogger Bob Sorrentino about his new book "Farmers and Nobles".Farmers and Nobles traces the research path of blogger and podcast host Bob Sorrentino. Bob began researching his family roots in 2008 beginning with his great-grandfather's calling card brought from Italy by his paternal grandmother Maria Luigia Piromallo. In 2018, he decided to share his experiences in a blog and in 2020 created his podcast Italian Roots and Genealogy. ​Bob firmly believes that our ancestors want to be found and shares fascinating stories from others who believe the same.​Bob gives us glimpse into his two Italian-American families and how their lives in America were very similar, although centuries ago the families came from two very different socio-economic classes in Italy. ​While his mother came from farmers from Toritto, Bari, his father came from gentry and nobility from Naples. Bob traces back these noble roots to the kings and queens of Western Europe. While it is true that millions can trace back, Bob explains how one small piece of evidence can open up the door to centuries of family history.​Farmers and Nobles has stories from both families, culminating with a "rooting trip" to Italy in 2022.Farmers and Nobles traces the research path of blogger and podcast host Bob Sorrentino. Bob began researching his family roots in 2008 beginning with his great-grandfather's calling card brought from Italy by his paternal grandmother Maria Luigia Piromallo. https://www.italiangenealogy.blog/farmers-and-nobles/Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for ItaliansFarmers and Nobles Read about my research story and how to begin your family research.Support the showPurchase my book "Farmers and Nobles" here or at Amazon.

Italian Podcast
News in Slow Italian #514 - Easy Italian Conversation about Current Events

Italian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 8:01


Inizieremo la prima parte del nostro programma con alcuni eventi che hanno fatto notizia questa settimana. Innanzitutto, discuteremo del faccia a faccia di lunedì tra il presidente degli Stati Uniti Joe Biden e la sua controparte cinese, Xi Jinping, a Bali, in Indonesia, tenutosi alla vigilia del G20. Successivamente, commenteremo le reazioni europee al risultato inaspettato delle recenti elezioni di metà mandato negli Stati Uniti. Parleremo anche delle proteste degli attivisti ambientalisti di tutta Europa contro l'uso di jet privati, programmate per coincidere con la conferenza sul clima COP27 in Egitto. Infine, parleremo di un leader sindacale turco incarcerato per aver definito le società consumatrici di pane... "stupide".    Continuiamo con la seconda parte del nostro programma, Trending in Italy. Discuteremo della proposta di legge lanciata da un consigliere della regione Puglia contro la pesca intensiva dei ricci di mare, molto ricercati nel settore della ristorazione per via delle loro prelibatissime uova. Parleremo infine del pilota italiano Francesco Bagnaia, vincitore del campionato del mondo di motociclismo e protagonista di una stagione memorabile che porta l'alta velocità italiana sul gradino più alto dopo cinquant'anni. - Biden e Xi si incontrano a Bali, in Indonesia, in vista del vertice del G20 - L'Europa riflette sui risultati delle elezioni statunitensi del 2022 - Gli attivisti protestano contro l'uso di jet privati riservati ai partecipanti alla conferenza sul clima COP27 - Leader sindacale turco incarcerato per aver insultato le società che consumano pane - I ricci di mare in Puglia stanno scomparendo - Francesco Bagnaia vince il campionato mondiale della Moto GP

History of the Germans
Episode 83 - The Court of Frederick II

History of the Germans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 32:37 Transcription Available


Near the town of Andria in Puglia rising from a rock that makes it visible for miles stands entirely on its own a stone structure we call the Castel del Monte. Its ground plan is unique, and like many other of the Emperor's buildings it was probably sketched by Frederick himself: a regular octagon of yellowish limestone; its smooth perfectly-fitting blocks showing no joins and producing the effect of a monolith : at each of the eight corners a squat octagonal tower the height of the wall; two storeys identical in height, each containing eight large equal rooms, in the shape of a trapeze; an octagonal central courtyard adorned with antique sculptures and imitations of the antique, in the centre of which a large octagonal basin served as bath. Every fraction of the structure displays the mental make-up of the Hohenstaufen court: oriental massiveness of the whole, a portal foreshadowing the Renaissance, Gothic windows and rooms with groined and vaulted roofs. The defiant gloom of the tiny-windowed rooms was mitigated by the furnishings; the floors were of mosaic, the walls covered with sheets of reddish breccia or white marble, the groined vaults supported on pilasters with Corinthian capitals, or by delicate clustered columns of white marble. Majesty and grace were fused in one.Of all that remains of Frederick II nothing epitomises the personality of the great emperor more than this building, which may have been a fortification or a hunting lodge or an enormous marble crown celebrating the concept of universal imperial power. In this and the following episode we will look not at the emperor's deeds but how he lived and what he did away from the world of power politics that made the English Chronicler Matthew Paris call him Stupor Mundi, the Wonder of the World.There is an episode webpage available on my website Episode 83 - The Court of Frederick II • History of the Germans PodcastThe music for the show is Flute Sonata in E-flat major, H.545 by Carl Phillip Emmanuel Bach (or some claim it as BWV 1031 Johann Sebastian Bach) performed and arranged by Michel Rondeau under Common Creative Licence 3.0.As always:Homepage with maps, photos, transcripts and blog: www.historyofthegermans.comFacebook: @HOTGPod Twitter: @germanshistoryInstagram: history_of_the_germansReddit: u/historyofthegermansPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/Historyofthegermans

Dinner For One
S5 Ep 5: Ciao Bella from Italia!

Dinner For One

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 42:35


Ciao a tutti! I recorded this episode from a much bigger kitchen during my stay in Monopoli, Italy a few weeks back. In this episode I talk about why I went to Italy, the pull that the country, and specifically Puglia, has on me, traveling solo as a lady and I answer your IG questions (you guys are REALLY curious about TFM!) all while attempting to make pasta alla gricia. I hope you enjoy it and buon ascolto!    

Italian Roots and Genealogy
Researching Biccari, Foggia, Puglia

Italian Roots and Genealogy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 38:49


A moment and a movement; New Biccari.  With Erick and Giuseppe Lucera and Rich LetoThe book illustrates how a moment in time when the author returned to his ancestral village let to research into the movement of people from Biccari to Philadelphia.  Erick along with cousins in Italy Gennaro and Giuseppe Lucera trace the 1200 Biccarese citizens to America, ending up mostly Philadelphia.  Using data analytics and his cousin's local stories from previously published books, the new book shows when, why, and where the immigrants went.  The book shows that not only did most of the immigrants settle in dense areas together, but they were also closely related.  Using church records dating back to the 1550s, we found that most of the people share several of the same common ancestors who had come to Biccari from other villages. The book was inspired by a moment In time when Erick went to Biccari for the first time in 2009 and the goal of the book was to provide a path back for thousands of Biccarese Americans to enjoy the same moment of returning to their ancestral village.Our presentation will also focus on one of those moments for Erick's cousin Rich, who accompanied him to Italy and Biccari for the first time this past summer.  After landing in Naples, we spent a week in our ancestral village of Biccari, then went down the coast of Puglia to villages, such as Molfetta and Barletta, that our ancestors lived in BEFORE coming to Biccari in the 1600s. We also spent time in Polignano Al mare, Lecce, Alberobello, and Ostuni. Rich will recount his feelings of walking the steps of our ancestors from Naples, Biccari and other villages we visited.Farmers and Nobles traces the research path of blogger and podcast host Bob Sorrentino. Bob began researching his family roots in 2008 beginning with his great-grandfather's calling card brought from Italy by his paternal grandmother Maria Luigia Piromallo. https://www.italiangenealogy.blog/farmers-and-nobles/Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for ItaliansFarmers and Nobles Read about my research story and how to begin your family research.Support the showPurchase my book "Farmers and Nobles" here or at Amazon.

Si può fare
Acqua dolce

Si può fare

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022


Facciamo un punto sullo stato di salute dei laghi italiani insieme a Elisa Scocchera, portavoce di Goletta dei Laghi e facente parte dell'ufficio scientifico nazionale di Legambiente.Andrea Del Duca, direttore di Ecomuseo del Lago dO'rta e Mottarone, spiega come sia possibile migliorare le condizioni del lago piemontese attraverso numerosi progetti di valorizzazione e tutela.Il lago di Varano, in Puglia, versa in uno stato di abbandono ormai da anni, ma basterebbe poco per rivitalizzarlo: ce ne parla Gianfranco Pazienza, ricercatore dell'Università di Foggia.Maria Chiara Contini collabora con il Parco nazionale dell'Appennino tosco-emiliano nell'ambito di Life Claw, un progetto per salvare il gambero di fiumePer la rubrica "Si può fare nel sociale", questa settimana la nostra Cristina Carpinelli ci parla di affido, con le voci di chi è stato preso in cura da una nuova famiglia e con le voci delle famiglie affidatarie. Un lavoro per ragionare anche su quanto va ancora fatto sul tema e per evitare il più possibile che i bambini vengano tolti alle loro famiglie.

Bella Figura, The Tradition of Living Beautifully

John Viola is host of The Italian American Podcast and previously served as President and Chief Operating Officer of the National Italian American Foundation (NIAF), where he served with incomparable energy and passion from 2012-2018 as the youngest president in NIAF's history. John serves as co-vice president for New York City of the Italian Sons and Daughters of America (ISDA) and on the Boards of Directors of the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame in Chicago, as well as other Italian cultural boards. He was fundamental in the creation of Pope John Paul II Family Academy in Brooklyn, N.Y., serving as the Academy's General Director, and the Director of the Madonna della Neve Foundation for many years.He is a Knight of Merit with Star of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George, one of the oldest Orders of knighthood in the world, and serves as the United States Delegate for the Constantinian Order and the other Chivalric Orders of the Royal House of Borbone of the Two Sicilies. He is also a Knight of the Order of Merit of Savoy, the Order of Saints Maurice and Lazarus, and the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre. He also serves as president of the Florida Panthers Foundation. A native of Brooklyn, John traces his ancestry to the Vallo di Diano in the province of Salerno, Puglia, Basilicata, and his beloved Sicily.

il posto delle parole
Giovanna Malgaroli "Io leggo perché"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 12:27


Giovanna Malgaroli"Io leggo perché"https://www.ioleggoperche.it/Fino al 13 novembre doniamo un libro alle scuole: ben 3,8milioni di studenti coinvolti, 23.240 scuole, 3.275 librerie Per la prima volta, anche 250 nidi della Lombardia e delle province di Novara e del Verbano Cusio Ossola, grazie a Fondazione Cariplo. E #ioleggoperchéLAB Calabria, per un nuovo modello di promozione della lettura #ioleggoperché quest'anno porta in campo lo sport: Sofia Goggia ambassador, insieme a Rudy Zerbi Levi (AIE): “Costruiamo con i libri il mondo del futuro. Dal 5 al 13 novembre tutti in libreria per dare un'occasione di futuro ai nostri giovani” L'indagine AIE (su circa 2.000 scuole dell'edizione 2021): più di 1 scuola su 4 senza biblioteca scolastica, prima di ricevere i libri di #ioleggoperché Dal 5 novembre la campagna di comunicazione della Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri su Rai e la campagna sociale su Mediaset, Sky e la7 Una nuova edizione da record: muove 23.240 scuole, 250 nidi e 3.275 librerie la settima edizione di #ioleggoperché, l'iniziativa nazionale dell'Associazione Italiana Editori (AIE) per la creazione e il potenziamento delle biblioteche scolastiche, che avrà il suo culmine dal 5 al 13 novembre: nei nove giorni tutti potranno andare nelle librerie aderenti e donare un libro per le biblioteche scolastiche. “Con un obiettivo comune – spiega il presidente di AIE Ricardo Franco Levi -: costruire con i libri il mondo del futuro, come recita la campagna di quest'anno. #ioleggoperché è frutto del lavoro di una grande squadra: istituzioni, editori, media, mondo del libro, mondo dello sport. Ci auguriamo che dal 5 al 13 tutti gli italiani vadano in libreria, a ogni livello, per un gesto semplice ma straordinario come dare un'occasione di futuro ai nostri giovani”.L'iniziativa è realizzata da AIE ancora una volta con un grande lavoro di squadra: con il sostegno del Ministero per la Cultura – Direzione Generale Biblioteche e Diritto d'Autore e del Centro per il Libro e la Lettura, a cui si aggiunge in questa edizione il Dipartimento per lo Sport della Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri; in collaborazione con il Ministero dell'Istruzione, con il Dipartimento dell'Editoria e dell'Informazione e di tutto il mondo del libro (Associazione Librai Italiani, Sindacato Italiano Librai e Cartolibrai e Associazione Italiana Biblioteche), con il patrocinio della Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri, con il supporto di Fondazione Cariplo e di SIAE – Società Italiana degli Autori ed Editori. L'IMPATTO DI #IOLEGGOPERCHÈL'indagine condotta dall'Ufficio Studi AIE su 1.956 scuole (su un totale di 20.388) aderenti all'edizione scorsa ha evidenziato una significativa crescita dell'impatto di #ioleggoperchè sulle biblioteche scolastiche italiane. Ben il 27,1% delle rispondenti infatti (più di 1 su 4) non aveva ancora una biblioteca scolastica nel 2021, prima di ricevere i libri di #ioleggoperché. Tra quelle che l'avevano, ben il 63,3% ha un patrimonio librario inferiore ai 1000 volumi. Di qui il bisogno di libri nuovi e la natura sociale del progetto.Le biblioteche scolastiche create funzionano anche da ponte con le famiglie: in media ogni scuola rispondente ha fatto 454 prestiti ai ragazzi e in media i prestiti medi per alunno, per portarsi a casa i libri e magari leggerli in famiglia, sono stati 3.L'utilizzo dei libri a scuola ha prodotto attività significative: i laboratori di lettura sono state le iniziative maggiormente attivate come effetto della manifestazione (65% delle scuole, con punte dell'80% tra le scuole primarie).Per più di 1 scuola rispondente su 2 (56% delle risposte) #ioleggoperché ha favorito la promozione della lettura tra gli studenti. NUMERI IN COSTANTE CRESCITA DI SCUOLE E LIBRERIEBen 23.240 le scuole che parteciperanno in tutta Italia - di cui 9.320 dell'Infanzia, 8.681 delle Primarie, 3.893 delle secondarie di primo grado e 1.345 delle secondarie di secondo grado -, per un numero complessivo di 189.229 classi e 3,8 milioni (per la precisione 3.770.529) di studenti. La distribuzione geografica delle adesioni ha segnato una omogeneità tra nord, centro e sud e isole dello Stivale: Nord Ovest 26%, Nord Est 22%, Centro 20%, Sud 22%, Isole 10%.Tra le regioni che spiccano per partecipazione, oltre alla Lombardia che si conferma la più attiva, si segnalano Emilia-Romagna, Piemonte, Sicilia, Puglia e Toscana.La partecipazione delle librerie è stata straordinaria con 3.275 punti vendita aderenti (rispetto alle 2.743 dell'anno scorso).Sulla piattaforma on line www.ioleggoperche.it i gemellaggi attivati tra scuole iscritte e le librerie aderenti – il cuore del meccanismo che fa funzionare il progetto – sono ben 60.427 (rispetto ai 52.507 gemellaggi del 2021). Anche quest'anno sarà possibile l'acquisto da remoto (l'elenco delle librerie che rendono disponibile questo servizio è sul sito). PER LA PRIMA VOLTA ANCHE I NIDIDa quest'anno il progetto – che ha il suo culmine proprio dal 5 al 13 novembre - si dilata anche nel tempo, con due novità inserite nella piattaforma di sperimentazione nazionale ioleggopercheLAB: la prima è legata a #ioleggoperchéLAB – NIDI, l'iniziativa di AIE in stretta collaborazione con Fondazione Cariplo e con l'Osservatorio bibliografico Nati per leggere, Università di Bologna e Calabria e Bologna Children's Bookfair: nel primo anno del progetto-pilota sono stati coinvolti e hanno aderito ben 250 nidi del territorio lombardo e del Verbano Cusio Ossola (Piemonte), ambito di lavoro della Fondazione, che si sono gemellati con le librerie e che potranno ricevere i libri – come tutte le altre scuole italiane partecipanti - nella settimana delle donazioni.Speciale sarà il lavoro che sarà avviato: grazie a una dotazione di 10 titoli individuati dall'osservatorio bibliografico Nati per leggere (la scheda è in allegato) questi 250 nidi potranno sviluppare progetti di lettura con i più piccoli. Su questi 10 titoli l'Osservatorio bibliografico Nati per leggere - il programma di Associazione Culturale Pediatri, Associazione Italiana Biblioteche e Centro per la Salute del Bambino – ha realizzato 11 video con spunti didattici ad hoc per genitori ed educatori come occasione formativa, per tutti gli asili nido italiani, per mostrare come condividere i libri con i bambini. Per la prima volta l'attività sarà “misurata” in termini di impatto grazie all'aiuto di un gruppo di lavoro esperto delle Università di Bologna e della Calabria. I primi esiti saranno presentati a inizio marzo alla Bologna Children's Bookfair. “Portare i libri nei nidi – ha spiegato Giovanni Fosti, presidente di Fondazione Cariplo - significa offrire ai bambini la possibilità di apprendere, fin da piccolissimi, competenze determinanti come ascoltare, capire, esprimersi, immedesimarsi. Lo abbiamo fatto con l'obiettivo di dare opportunità dove ce ne sono meno, individuando e sostenendo per primi quei nidi che vedono una maggior presenza di bambini provenienti da contesti di fragilità, e offrendo un supporto alla formazione degli educatori e dei genitori, perché possano essere aiutati nel loro compito, così cruciale per il futuro dei bambini. Per Fondazione Cariplo la lettura è una forma di contrasto alla disuguaglianza perché permette di aprire uno sguardo nuovo su di sé e sugli altri, valorizzando il desiderio e abilitando il potenziale di ciascuno.” IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/

Deejay Chiama Italia
Il compleanno di Linus in Puglia

Deejay Chiama Italia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 5:42


Bella Figura, The Tradition of Living Beautifully

John Viola is host of The Italian American Podcast and previously served as President and Chief Operating Officer of the National Italian American Foundation (NIAF), where he served with incomparable energy and passion from 2012-2018 as the youngest president in NIAF's history. John serves as co-vice president for New York City of the Italian Sons and Daughters of America (ISDA) and on the Boards of Directors of the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame in Chicago, as well as other Italian cultural boards. He was fundamental in the creation of Pope John Paul II Family Academy in Brooklyn, N.Y., serving as the Academy's General Director, and the Director of the Madonna della Neve Foundation for many years.He is a Knight of Merit with Star of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George, one of the oldest Orders of knighthood in the world, and serves as the United States Delegate for the Constantinian Order and the other Chivalric Orders of the Royal House of Borbone of the Two Sicilies. He is also a Knight of the Order of Merit of Savoy, the Order of Saints Maurice and Lazarus, and the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre. He also serves as president of the Florida Panthers Foundation. A native of Brooklyn, John traces his ancestry to the Vallo di Diano in the province of Salerno, Puglia, Basilicata, and his beloved Sicily.

Indoor Voices
Episode 78: David Puglia on monsters

Indoor Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 38:13


David J. Puglia talks with Mira Johnson about his edited collection, North American Monsters: A Contemporary Legend Casebook (University Press of Colorado, 2022). For more info, visit indoorvoicespodcast.com

L'italiano in podcast
14 Ottobre 2022 – Italiano in Podcast – Inconvenienti e ritardi!

L'italiano in podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 42:14


14 Ottobre 2022 - Italiano in Podcast. Qualche inconveniente, un po' di distrazione e sono ancora in grande ritardo. Chiudiamo la settimana e anche il racconto della vacanza in Puglia. Parliamo di Alberobello e dei suoi famosi trulli, diventati patrimonio dell'umanità. Ultima sera a Polignano e poi il difficile saluto a J dopo una bellissima vacanza durata però meno del previsto. Due giorni facili per chiudere la settimana con l'arrivo finalmente di una nuova poltrona da scrivania, adatta a passare molto tempo seduti davanti al computer. Giovedì è iniziata la nuova legislatura con un parlamento nuovo, per la prima volta con un numero ridotto di senatori e deputati. Per chiudere l'episodio, al posto dell'aforisma, alcuni commenti su Alberobello di uno dei più importanti intellettuali italiani del secolo scorso. A lunedì con la prossima puntata di Italiano in Podcast. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ispeakitaliano/message

L'italiano in podcast
14 Ottobre 2022 – Italiano in Podcast – Inconvenienti e ritardi!

L'italiano in podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 42:14


14 Ottobre 2022 - Italiano in Podcast. Qualche inconveniente, un po' di distrazione e sono ancora in grande ritardo. Chiudiamo la settimana e anche il racconto della vacanza in Puglia. Parliamo di Alberobello e dei suoi famosi trulli, diventati patrimonio dell'umanità. Ultima sera a Polignano e poi il difficile saluto a J dopo una bellissima vacanza durata però meno del previsto. Due giorni facili per chiudere la settimana con l'arrivo finalmente di una nuova poltrona da scrivania, adatta a passare molto tempo seduti davanti al computer. Giovedì è iniziata la nuova legislatura con un parlamento nuovo, per la prima volta con un numero ridotto di senatori e deputati. Per chiudere l'episodio, al posto dell'aforisma, alcuni commenti su Alberobello di uno dei più importanti intellettuali italiani del secolo scorso. A lunedì con la prossima puntata di Italiano in Podcast.

Salt & Spine
How Italians find joy in doing nothing, with author Sophie Minchilli

Salt & Spine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 32:46 Very Popular


Episode #141: Sophie MinchilliThis week, Sophie Minchilli joins us to #TalkCookbooks.Sophie leads food tours around Italy with her mother, cookbook author and previous Salt + Spine guest Elizabeth Minchilli. The two lead food lovers through Rome, Umbria, Puglia, and other destinations.Growing up in Italy with a cookbook author as a mother, Sophie's life has always revolved around food. She left briefly for university in London, before moving back home to Rome to devote her career to food.Now, Sophie's out with her first book—The Sweetness of Doing Noting: Live Life the Italian Way with Dolce Far Niente. It's part cookbook, with a few recipes, but mostly it's a guide to the southern Italian philosophy of “dolce far niente” and finding pleasure in the everyday.As Sophie writes, “How often do you focus on being in the moment, doing nothing? Whether it's sitting outside at a cafe watching the world go by, whiling away the hours with your loved ones sipping a glass of wine or being immersed in nature at the beach taking in the sun, these seemingly ordinary moments are the ones that bring happiness in the long run and highlight the joy in living.”In today's show, we're talking with Sophie about growing up in Rome and Umbria, her career in food tourism and writing, and putting her to the test in our culinary game.I hope you enjoy my chat with Sophie.Bonus Content + Recipes This WeekThis week, paid subscribers will receive three featured recipes from Sophie's The Sweetness of Doing Nothing: her Carbonara and Amatriciana as well as Insalata Di Finocchi E Arance, which marries fennel, orange, and black olive.Salt + Spine is supported by listeners like you. To get full access to our exclusive content and featured recipes, and support our work, consider becoming a paid subscriber. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit saltandspine.substack.com/subscribe

L'italiano in podcast
10 Ottobre 2022 – Italiano in Podcast – Si ricomincia!

L'italiano in podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 16:24


10 Ottobre 2022 - Italiano in Podcast. Riparte Italiano in Podcast dopo una settimana di assenza. Dopo l'uscita dall'ospedale e la breve vacanza in Puglia. Solo un piccolo saluto per riprendere il nostro appuntamento quotidiano, come sempre dal lunedì al venerdì. Anche oggi niente notizie ma solo l' aforisma finale che non può mancare e come sempre assomiglia a una buona abitudine o a un buon consiglio. A presto con prossima puntata di Italiano in Podcast su iSpeakItaliano.it.

L'italiano in podcast
10 Ottobre 2022 – Italiano in Podcast – Si ricomincia!

L'italiano in podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 16:23


10 Ottobre 2022 - Italiano in Podcast. Riparte Italiano in Podcast dopo una settimana di assenza. Dopo l'uscita dall'ospedale e la breve vacanza in Puglia. Solo un piccolo saluto per riprendere il nostro appuntamento quotidiano, come sempre dal lunedì al venerdì. Anche oggi niente notizie ma solo l' aforisma finale che non può mancare e come sempre assomiglia a una buona abitudine o a un buon consiglio. A presto con prossima puntata di Italiano in Podcast su iSpeakItaliano.it. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ispeakitaliano/message

L'italiano in podcast
2 Ottobre 2022 – Italiano in Podcast – Si esce e si parte!

L'italiano in podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 25:49


2 Ottobre 2022 - Italiano in Podcast. Solo un breve saluto in questa domenica un po' stressante a causa dell'attesa delle notizie di domani. Domani c'è l'uscita dall'ospedale e anche la partenza per la Puglia. Qualche preoccupazione e dispiacere per chi resta a casa ma la situazione sembra stabile e senza pericoli. Niente notizie ma solo un riassunto di queste giornate. L' aforisma non manca invece mai e come sempre è saggio. A presto con prossima puntata di Italiano in Podcast su iSpeakItaliano.it. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ispeakitaliano/message

Italian Wine Podcast
Ep. 1104 Robert Maggi Interviews Marika Maggi | Clubhouse Ambassador's Corner

Italian Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 59:04


Welcome to Episode 1104 Stevie Kim moderates Clubhouse's Ambassadors Corner – In this episode, Robert Maggi interviews Marika Maggi. These sessions are recorded from Clubhouse and replayed here on the Italian Wine Podcast! Listen in on this series as Italian Wine Ambassadors all over the world chat with Stevie and their chosen wine producer. Which producer would you interview if you had your pick? More about Today guest moderator: Half Welsh, half Italian. Born and bred in Puglia I'm now settled in Cardiff where I've been for the past 4 years. After graduating in 2012 from Aberystwyth University in Business and Management with Spanish, It was a simple wine course back in 2013 that sparked my passion for wine and I now hold the AIS certification as a Sommelier, level 3 WSET, and recently qualified as an Italian Wine Ambassador with the VIA Accademy. I have extensive experience in the sector including time with the award winning Australian winery ‘Jim Barry Wines' as well as dedicating the last 5 years to the promotion of wines from Puglia around the globe. My passion is now my job, and I now run my own company, WinesnVines, with the aim to import and distribute wines from Italy in the UK market, focusing on smaller producers and native varieties from Italy. I recently founded and organised the 1st edition of the Cardiff Wine Festival. I'm a real wine enthusiast and always on the hunt for new varieties! To learn more visit: Facebook Robert Maggi Instagram rbm89 LinkedIn Robert Maggi Website www.winesnvines.co.uk About about today's guest producer: Marika Maggi The passion for wine started at a young age. To open a bottle has a lot of meanings for her, from her early days as a student in Perugia, where she completed a Masters in Tecniche di abbinamento con bevande speciali” As a young Professional Sommelier she completed numerous wine courses and she is presently the owner and manager of Cantina La Marchesa, together with her husband Sergio. She looks after all the marketing and has a very personal approach to it, creating the brand “I love Melograno”, to promote their rosé wine, the 1st rosé wine made from Nero di Troia in the Daunia region. Marika promotes her wines uniting the production area, the culture and the beauty of her region, dedicating her body and soul to the goals she intends to achieve, with great enthusiasm and with a very personal philosophy of life, reflecting all her knowledge onto the business Today, Cantina La marchesa is present all over the world, and over the years Marika has achieved numerous prestigious awards. She's very active on all social media platforms and and her motto is “follow your dreams”. To learn more visit: https://www.cantinalamarchesa.it/en/ More about the moderator Stevie Kim: Stevie hosts Clubhouse sessions each week (visit Italian Wine Club & Wine Business on Clubhouse), these recorded sessions are then released on the podcast to immortalize them! She often also joins Professor Scienza in his shows to lend a hand keeping our Professor in check! You can also find her taking a hit for the team when she goes “On the Road”, all over the Italian countryside, visiting wineries and interviewing producers, enjoying their best food and wine – all in the name of bringing us great Pods! To find out more about Stevie Kim visit: Facebook: @steviekim222 Instagram: @steviekim222 Website: https://vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/

Sons of CPAs
#NiksTips on Puglia and the Preaccounting Superapp at ExpensiCon (feat. Expensify)

Sons of CPAs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 21:12


Accounting High (aka Sons of CPAs Podcast) Season 3 Bonus Ep | Recorded July 26, 2022 this is our reaction episode to one of the latest Expensify emails... Okay. So if you are on Expensify's email list. You probably get emails from David Barrett all the time. He's known for sending really long opinionated irreverent emails... and we got an email directly from David with an invite to ExpensiCon. now, now granted his emails come from David Barrett. It's got his picture on there in my Gmail, it always looks like a very personal email... here's the email It can be hard to look past the grim headlines that seem to pummel us daily, but beneath the bad news are some good trends. The worst of the pandemic is behind us, the markets have stabilized and are recovering. Good days are on the horizon, and as we all scramble to stay afloat, it's easy to overlook the slow tectonic shift happening in the accounting industry around us: the Age of the Preaccounting Superapp is dawning. And just like we did at previous moments of transformation, we're heralding this dawn by hosting our third ExpensiCon - and you're invited! In May 2023, 100 accounting titans will gather in the pristine Puglian countryside at Borgo Egnazia to experience the finest in Italian food and wine - by the pool and around the table - while swapping stories, sharing best practices, and planning the future of our industry. If you haven't been to ExpensiCon before, here's a quick glimpse of what it'll be like: ... We don't host ExpensiCon every year; we only do it when there is something important to discuss. Join that discussion at ExpensiCon.com. -david Founder and CEO of Expensify Questions? Ask me on Twitter! @dbarrett PS: Remember that Tesla contest for Approved! Accountants? We have a winner! Learn how Casey from AirCFO won a shiny new Tesla just by helping her clients adopt Expensify! PPS: Are you an Approved! Accounting firm (or would you like to be)? Reply to this email to learn how to get significantly discounted client pricing, a dedicated account manager, and live onboarding for your clients by chat and video! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sonsofcpas/message

Wandering Aimfully: The Show
142 - Has every idea already been done?

Wandering Aimfully: The Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 40:27


In online business, there's this idea that if you don't have an original idea you can't succeed. We'd argue that ALL ideas are unoriginal at this point and that choosing to follow a well-worn idea is actually a GOOD THING.You should 100% put your own twist and uniqueness into everything you do, but you may very well want to pick a crowded space, an “overdone” topic/idea, or create a product/service that lots of folks are already creating. The reason you want to go in this direction is there's already a demand (aka paying customers) for what you're building and that's hugely important to achieving the goal of owning a profitable business.Listen this week as we explore why original ideas aren't that important, and we'd posit, are actually harder to pull off and take too much effort.✈️ Our pramvel takes you through our week in Puglia, Italy! This week was truly a highlight week of our entire year of travels this year. We were absolutely surprised by how much we loved the bigger city of Bari and then made our way to the countryside to stay at a super unique hotel. After an amazing destination wedding with all the bells, whistles, and marching bands, we stayed at an Airbnb that truly knocked our socks off and was way more than we originally expected when booking.

Untold Italy travel podcast
Why You Should Spend 2-3 Days in Matera

Untold Italy travel podcast

Play Episode Play 53 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 48:32 Very Popular


Matera is one of the world's most ancient and fascinating cities and it's tucked away in a pocket of southern Italy that many people never reach. Resident and local guide Paulo Maragliulo joins us to share the many intriguing things to do in Matera, his adopted city. You'll discover that a quick day trip is not enough to uncover the layers of beauty of the old and new cities, the sassi cave dwellings and surrounding countryside.Join us in Matera and Puglia in 2023! Discover Puglia's hidden secrets, incredible local cuisine and deep culture  with Untold Italy.  Our small group tours depart from Bari in May and October 2023 and include a stay in a cave hotel in Matera > Puglia and Matera tour detailsRead the full episode show notes, including places mentioned here > untolditaly.com/141Want a deeper connection with Italy and help to plan your travels? Join the friends of the podcast here > untolditaly.com/amiciThe Untold Italy podcast is an independent production. Podcast Editing, Audio Production and Website Development by Mark Hatter. Production Assistance and Content Writing by the other Katie Clarke - yes there are two of us! Support the show

Forza Italian Football
Well, that all went a bit wild...

Forza Italian Football

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 53:16


Matchday 6 of Serie A went a little bit wild, particularly on Sunday evening, and Salernitana will somehow have left Turin disappointed and elated with a point after their game against Juventus.Elsewhere, AC Milan, Inter, and Napoli all scraped wins on Saturday, and the Partenopei moved top of the table and above Atalanta as they slipped up at home to Cremonese in a very Atalanta result.Bologna beat Fiorentina in the Derby dell'Appennino and started life without Sinisa Mihajlovic well.To review it all, Conor Clancy is joined by Kev Pogorzelski and Vito Doria, with Euan Burns enjoying a holiday in Puglia, although he did pop in with a two-second appearance in the form of a voice note that Conor probably wasn't supposed to play.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/forzaitlianfootball. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.