Oliver – a new kid in the hood – è arrivato uno nuovo

once a year if you want you get to stop for a second. climb on an invisible hill. from that elevated spot it is much easier. Una volta l’anno, se volete, avete la possibilità di fermarvi per un secondo. Arrampicarvi su un’invisibile collina. Da lassù tutto sembra più semplice. you get to look behind you, see […]

food, wine and poetry

Writers are finally here, and they are working really hard. Le scrittrici finalmente sono arrivate e stanno lavorando duro. They are writing and writing. Scrivono e scrivono. And writing and writing. E scrivono e scrivono. Everywhere and always. Dappertutto e sempre. And they are looking forward to share some of their writing with you. E non vedono l’ora […]

words words words

words, words, words. one and another one make 2 words. if you put the third and the fourth it might become a sentence. more words to accompany that sentence will be the skeleton of a story. if you will choose them wisely, you might have a great story with head and toes a tail and a good stomach. and […]

benvenuti a Monteposillipo Sabino

sabato 13 settembre 2014 ore 18,30 ad OZU Vita, morte e miracoli del 1799 di e con Alfonso Sessa Siete pronti ad essere catapultati corpo e anima nel bel mezzo di una straordinaria esperienza teatrale/gastronomica di banchetto rivoluzionario? Sì, effettivamente detta così sembra un po’ contraddittorio, ma la vita spesso lo è: le cose non […]

“summertime and the livin’ is easy”

it is summer. we enjoy the full pack: the sun is ON.  it didn’t rain for the last couple of weeks. finally the plants and trees got a brake. it is important to mention it, because it rained again at dawn. the great thing is that the lake and the river are not only for site seeing. […]

All comes to one

While a war is going on in Israel, a group of 13 Israelies came to collect some edible plants together with Uri Mayer Chissick, learn a few things, share a few days and have a piece of Italy from its other side and some peace of mind. It was all about what we eat from different […]

215 Years

Life, Death and Miracles of 1799 By Alfonso Sessa 10 years after the French revolution a small bunch of intellectuals, poets, journalists, lawmakers, revolted against Ferdinando IV of Borbone. A noble woman established a newspaper: unfortunately the people was illiterate. An eminent lawmaker wrote the first constitution of the Republic of Naples: unfortunately the Neapolitans were monarchist. A doctor of the Borbone’s court decided to cure the […]

Talking to wheat – an Italian weekend with Dr. Uri Mayer-Chissick

Getting to know the people, the food, the crafts and the culture It is all about us, our bodies and our health. (And of course our community, environment and nature) Don’t you think we should have a good experience with every single crumble we put in our mouth? Don’t you think we could live in symbiosis with […]