The ultimate Sicilian culinary tour

Aug 09, 2013 792

By Michael J. Agovino

Italians, like most Europeans, are especially attached to their regions. The fact that Italy — and Spain, Belgium, and Switzerland for that matter — remains a united country is a minor miracle. Nowhere is this regionalism more apparent than in their kitchens.

Sicily's food is a particular product of its history, which is to say layered and open to interpretation — one that goes back way, way before Giuseppe di Lampedusa's oft-quoted masterpiece The Leopard.

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