The Cultivation of Capers

The Cultivation of Capers

The cultivation of capers has ancient origins: it was born between North Africa and the Middle East and there are traces of it in the Bible, but also in the writings of Hippocrates, Aristotle and Pliny the Elder. Photo Credit: Wikipedia It is a resistant plant, able...
Capperi and its meaning

Capperi and its meaning

  Cappero is a small flower with a prostrate-drooping habit. The buds, called capers, and more rarely the fruits, known as cucunci, are consumed from the plant. Both are preserved in oil, vinegar or salt. So capperi means capers, but in Italy, we use this word as...
Prosciutto and Melon

Prosciutto and Melon

Prosciutto and Melon is a classic Italian dish and an all-time perfect summer antipasto. Yet not many know its creator was a Greek doctor that wanted to combine all earth’s four elements in order to create a balanced dish…