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Italian Potpourri

Fall is officially here as temperatures this week have dipped into the 40s and 50s in some areas.  As the cool fronts roll through, the beautiful sunshine and crisp air follows through which paints a wonderful picture in the mountains.  There’s never a better time to visit!

Our Italian Potpourri this week hits on some food, fun facts and a recent wedding held at Montaluce:

Jimmy of Eat It, Atlanta, works on some garden-fresh ingredients with pasta and italian sausage… give this recipe a try!  http://www.eatitatlanta.com/2009/08/23/from-the-garden-tomatoes-basil/




Jason Getz jgetz@ajc.com


A favorite Atlanta restaurant, Figo, is in the business of “making people happy,” which practically makes it recession proof, no?  http://www.ajc.com/business/figo-pasta-founder-bucks-164866.html





Check out some beautiful wedding shots by N’neka (In-nee-ka) Scruggs, who is an Atlanta area wedding & portrait photographer, during her recent visit to Montaluce: http://www.weddingsbynneka.com/blog/2009/10/18/wedding-at-montaluce-vineyard/


Did you know an Italian invented the thermometer and the ice cream cone?  Here are some other Italian Fun Facts: http://www.lifeinitaly.com/potpourri/fun-facts.asp


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