I just got back from a whirlwind tour of Emilia-Romagna, Italy where I spent 90% of my waking hours eating, drinking, and learning about regional foods and dishes. It was a fun trip, and according to the waistband on my jeans, it was also a delicious trip!
Today on the blog I’m going to share my favourite food experiences from that visit. The places I went to are kind of spread out across Emilia-Romagna, so this is a good itinerary for anyone planning a mini Italian road trip. The distances aren’t that long, but having a vehicle will give you the flexibility to do farm stays, enjoy dinners in countryside castles, and visit producers that are located in more rural regions. Now let’s get to it!
Tasting the real Parmigiano-Reggiano
Parmigiano-Reggiano; it’s been called the King of Cheeses and it is mighty good stuff! This is a hard cheese that’s made from