This weekend, “Love Abruzzo” (or better- the editor of the website, Serena) is attending the first ever blogging conference entirely dedicated to Abruzzo food, wine and travel – appropriately named “Let’s Blog Abruzzo”.
Life in Abruzzo in the 50′s and ’60s – My family pictures (part 1)
Abruzzo is the World’s Best Place to Retire…or maybe not (only)
Truffle hunting (and eating) in Abruzzo – a great outdoor experience
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The “Museo dell’Olio” (Museum of Olive Oil) in Bucchianico (Chieti), which I visited recently, it is quite a unique and interesting place whether you are new to Abruzzo, a local or a seasoned Abruzzo lover.
In the video, Nonno showcases for us the steps and techniques on how to whip up a good everyday bread in a couple hours (including raising and baking time!)
There are around 800 earth houses in Abruzzo across 42 towns -notably, Chieti, Manoppello, Roccamontepiano and Casalincontrada, plus some town in Teramo province. Apparently, there were more than 7,000 in the 1930′es. These are technically “raw earth” houses, built with a material called “massone”, a mix of water, straw and clay.