Zemin di Ceci: Chickpea and Chard Soup
Photo courtesy of Domenica Marchetti.
One of my favorite parts of leading culinary tours in Italy is introducing guests to local food producers and talented cooks and chefs. In September, I took a small group of four intrepid women to Liguria—their first time (and mine) traveling to Italy since the pandemic. Among the highlights was a cooking class at the home of a chef who lives in the hills above Chiavari, on Liguria’s eastern riviera.
Valentina Venuti is not just a chef, but also a sommelier, blogger, and c
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