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A'Cuncuma, Via Judica, 21, Palermo
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Palermo is known as one of the first street food cities in Italy; nonetheless it's rich in gourmet restaurants for more sophisticated palates. My husband and I went to A'Cuncuma restaurant, in... Read more

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21 Holiday Gifts for Travelers and Eaters Laura Siciliano-Rosen December 14, 2017

An eclectic little guide to help with those last few gifts you need to buy.

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The Palomar PinWorld map: a family favorite.


We at Eat Your World are notoriously last-minute holiday-gift buyers, but we’ve learned a lesson over the years: It’s never too late, especially when the perfect gift is only a click away. Our first-ever gift guide is a bit eclectic: Some of these items we own and love (or have given as gifts ourselves), some we want to own (hint, hint), and others are just random cool things on our radar. If you’re stuck on that one person you never know what to buy, we're here to help.

 

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Roadfood book

Roadfood
Yes, it’s old-school, and, yes, much of...

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Regional Christmas Dishes From Across Italy Giulia Blocal December 12, 2017

Traditional capitone, or baked eel, from Lazio, Italy
Capitone, or eel, from Lazio

From north Italy to south (more or less), our writer takes a look at those most traditional and distinctly regional of Italian dishes: the ones trotted out for Christmas.
 

Nothing is more Italian than its culturally significant foods. And there is no time in the year when culinary traditions are more alive than during the Christmas season, when every table is royally laden with the most typical foods. During the rest of the year all the characteristics that define our extremely different regional dishes are not as evident as they used to be—people now tend to eat lighter and more generic foods—but at Christmas the grandmas want to have fun and...

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