Staying at Casali di Casole allows for you to have a unique Italian experience where you see the true beauty of Tuscany. Traveling from the estate around this beautiful region is easy and allows for you to discover amazing cities and towns.
Now that Tuscany is on the slow descent into the winter months, a decadent soup is most comforting. Local cook, Giovanna Franceshi, is sharing a recipe with us from Maremma, the coastal Italian area extending from the south of Tuscany into the region of Lazio.
A beloved destination for centuries, Tuscany is celebrated for its timeless beauty, rich culture, and historic allure. When you're selecting your vacation destination, consider the endless advantages of opting for a private residence in the heart of Italy.
Millefoglie is a name that rolls off the tongue with a certain lyrical elegance. Its Italian origin, meaning "a thousand leaves," perfectly encapsulates the delicate and flaky layers that make this dish an irresistible masterpiece. But there's more to this culinary gem than meets the eye.
Discover the essence of Tuscany's culinary legacy through local cook Arianna Paolini's fall recipe, Cream of Cannellini Beans & Porcini Mushrooms. This authentic dish, rooted in tradition and history, promises to become a beloved addition to your seasonal dining repertoire.
Looking for a delicious new recipe? Try Chef Alessio Sedran's Pappa al Pomodoro. This aromatic simple delicacy is a pillar of Tuscan countryside cuisine and it is prepared using fresh tomatoes, bread, olive oil, and basil. This dish can be served warm or cold and is also wonderful when paired with fresh buffalo mozzarella or burrata.
Enjoy an amazing fresh recipe perfect for the July heat provided by Antonio Lombardi, chef at Magazzino del Gusto, the first food and wine shop of the Chianti Fiorentino area. This delicious dish is all made with raw ingredients; hence their quality is extremely important. Chef Antonio sources all the ingredients from Magazzino del Gusto’s bioactive vegetable garden, find your garden too!