Sicily: Recipes from an Italian island
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Despite its blue-green seascape, gi-normous lemons, and ancient heritage, Sicilian cooking is often overlooked. But travel there with Katie and Giancarlo Caldesi and discover how the Greek, Spanish, French, and Arab influences converge in the boot of the Mediterranean. The country’s diverse culinary history includes a mish-mash of pasta and cous cous, fish, and dulce and cocktails. Our favorite is the street food of Palermo, the delicious arancine (a rice ball that looks like an orange).
Food so alluringly delicious, we're scavenging now for tour guides to the southern island.