Selene is an expert in aromatherapy and production of cosmetics from essential oils obtained from plants and flowers of her land. She will accompany you, along with Alfio and his donkey Fiocco, into an immersive journey in the nature of Piancavallo following the lyrics of the song “La Cura”, by Franco Battiato. Selene will help you discover three important essences: oneself, Piancavallo, and its flora.
Alessandra, food and wine guide and granddaughter of Nonna Marisa, will help us to discover the best shops and farms in and around Pordenone to buy all the necessary ingredients to cook the Frico, a typical Friulian dish made with cheese and potatoes. We will get to know many local people who will let us take part in their lives to enter the soul of this land and its food and wine traditions. Thanks to the teachings of Nonna Marisa, everyone will put their hands on the Frico preparation, we will all eat it together in a libation based on excellent Friulian wines.
Giovanna is very prepared and a particularly attentive and sensitive tour guide, she will take you to discover Cividale immersing yourself in its history, its monuments, walking along ancient streets, entering the centuries-old inns, tasting typical food and touching the traditional artefacts of local artisan. In this swirl of colorful scenes, places and things you will be memorable, unique and unrepeatable meetings with Giovanna’s friends, wonderful people, who will share their history, life, their art and their heart.
Emanuela will involve you in the cultivation methods used by the farm and, for a day, you will experience the life of the fruit and vegetable farmers according to the season (asparagus, zucchini, strawberries…). At the end, you will help prepare either lunch or dinner, and if you have a bit of practice with social media, you will be invited to publish directly the multimedia material collected to start your own undertaking: promote the Del Zotto farm in the whole world as a symbol of genuineness, authenticity and originality of the agricultural food traditions of Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Tamara will help you catch the spirit of Quadreria Zancanaro, whre you can often find Cesare, its founder. You will visit Spilimbergo to immerse yourself in its millenium spirit and succeed in finding the right inspiration to complete your artistic work: express your soul and “donate your work for a Prosciutto”, or, by means of your art (drawing or writing) you can acquire the right to participate in a lavish tasting of typical, local products to take place at the famous Wine Shop “Enoteca alla Torre”.
Paola, in the shoes of a Celtic priestess in remote Carnia, will help us relieve one of the most dramatic moments in the ancient history of Cordenons. The rite will take place at nightfall, no matter the weather, and the result will be unsure until the very end. We are to dance until dark night entrusting the gods to help us but we are going to have a great feast if gods appear favorable.
Giuliana will help you immerse in the hills of Caneva where this particular fig fruit grows, and which fruit you can immortalise with your photos in the frame of a marvelous local countryside. Later, you will be involved in the patient work of an expert taster at the agricultural company Rive Col De Fer, to decide what is the best “pairing” between the “Figo Moro’ fig fruit and the typical Friulian products, to make it possible suggestions to the famous restaurant manager Taisuke Hamasaki. There will be a feast with local wine, cheese and, of course, the Figo Moro.