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Delicious Emilia-Romagna is a region north of Florence and south of Milan and stretching along the Adriatic Sea from just south of Venice down to San Marino — an independent microstate completely surrounded by Italy. During Roman times, the main road — the Via Emilia — ran through Parma, Modena, and Bologna, all the way to Rimini. Parma and Bologna are but two cities in the region who’ve lent their names to tasty Italian delicacies.
ManAboutWorld covered Emilia Romagna in its most recent issue which you can download here. Get a taste of the region through these top five food experiences brought to you by ManAboutWorld correspondent, Italy food expert and tour operator, Sean Timberlake.
Photo credits: Sean Timberlake.
ManAboutWorld correspondent Sean Timberlake is the founder of Punk Domestics, a community for DIY food enthusiasts, and is the Food Preservation Expert for About.com. He periodically takes groups to Emilia-Romagna for a week of hands-on food craft classes and tourism. The next tour, in October, features foraging for porcini mushrooms in the Apennine mountains. Learn more at http://www.punkdomestics.com/travel.
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