I would like to offer you all some beautiful shots I took today with my cell phone along the river promenade that crosses Bolzano. This year the so called Indian Summer (in Italian: Saint Martin's summer) is surprising us and lasting so long... Can you could feel the lukewarm sun too? I am storing up this sensation and these colours for the hard and cold winter days. Wish you the same! #Bolzano #autumn
I believe inspiration is present in every single thing around us. So why not watching at basic ingredients in a freaky way? I would like to recommend this DIY showing a romantic mise en place for your autumnal table, created by the Italian blogger LaWeddy. Why do I love this idea? Because is creative, easy to realise, based on a typical South Tyrolean product: apples! I am sure you could work out with your children or develop tailored variations by using other apple varieties
aAutumn means the harvest has come to an end, means preparing for wintertime and being grateful for all gifts of nature.
Therefore, it is tradition among farmers to meet together and celebrate with a charming open-air market. A colourful habit that has now become a regular appointment, open to tourists and population: the Erntedankfest that takes place in October in the Walther square in Bolzano thanks to the South Tyrolean Farmers Association and the Red Rooster Association
Late summer and early autumn are the best times to get fabulous mushrooms. I am not talking about common cultivated mushrooms, like Button, Champignon or Shiitake. I am talking about the wild ones, springing up in forests and rather difficult to find. In South Tyrol mushrooms have always been a seasonal basic food, since they naturally grew up in the woods and were a tasty ingredient to be added to recipes. I often go mushrooming with my boyfriend and my dad: I love walking i