Frenchie and the Tuscan Gun’s Village Food

7 Jul

Frenchie and the Yankee tastes the essence of Corsican flavors and eats away during a lazy day spent in a village for Under the Tuscan Gun in Frenchie and the Corsican Village Food.

Sizzling olive oil, fresh peppery wild mint, frittata, smoked charcuterie and roasted kid. Taste this new post, it’s delicious! Spend a lazy day reading about the tasty and flavorful food from a rustic village lost far away in a mountainous maze.

If you enjoyed what you read, share it, tweet it, e-mail it, post it! Keep checking for food, adventures, desserts and wild encounters across the Island of Beauty from F & Y. It’s only starting.

Under the Tuscan Gun is the fresh, healthy, traditional Tuscan website created by American actress Debi Mazar and her Italian husband, Gabriele Corcos, to share their passion for Tuscan food.

Catch them also on the Cooking Channel where they invite viewers into their home and kitchen in the series Extra Virgin.

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3 Responses to “Frenchie and the Tuscan Gun’s Village Food”

  1. Calogero Mira July 7, 2011 at 11:01 AM #

    Please enjoy your time.

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  2. ameliaschaffnerlia from z tasty life July 8, 2011 at 1:20 AM #

    David: I enjoyed the virtual trip (my grandmother is from Sardinia, so close to Corsica)! The panette sound delicious…did you catch a recipe for them? hopefully so!

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    • D'Santo July 8, 2011 at 6:01 AM #

      Thanks Amelia. Unfortunately, the panette is one of those sweet breads that everyone loves but no one is really sure how to make. I remember doing some research on the internet to find a recipe in both French and English search engines but to no avail.

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