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posted by Home In Italy on September 23rd, 2016

Just in time for fall, our favorite dessert – with a strong twist of cinnamon!


  • 800 gr apple
  • 200 gr flour
  • 170 gr sugar
  • 4 eggs
  • 125 gr melted butter
  • Lemon zest of 1 lemon
  • 16 gr baking powder
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1 vanilla bean
  • 1 spoon of cinnamon powder


Peel the apples, cut them into quarters and remove the central core; cut into 1 cm thick slices, and get the cubes. Extract the seeds inside the vanilla bean and add the melted butter in a small pan.

Meanwhile, put in a large bowl the eggs and add sugar.
Beat eggs with an electric mixer for 10 minutes, until they become clear and creamy; then unireil just warm butter.

Take a bowl and sift the flour, cinnamon and baking powder. then mix gently and add the salt and lemon zest; when everything is well blended, combine the flours with the apples cut in cubes and pour the mixture into a cake pan of 24 cm diameter opening circle will have been buttered and floured (or covered with parchment paper).

Bake the pie at 175 degrees for about 50 minutes. Sprinkle the icing sugar on your cake and, if you like the strong taste of cinnamon, you can mix up a bit of cinnamon powder with the icing sugar.

A perfect treat during your fall afternoons!


posted by Home In Italy on August 2nd, 2016

When: August 14, 2016 at 20.00

Where: Casa Vissani restaurant

Enjoy a gourmet experience in a casual way: together with the well known excellence of the Vissani cuisine, the night will be colored by many attractions: Showcooking, Open Bar, Live Music.


Welcome with Bubbles!

(selection of national Prosecco wines, Beers and welcome drinks)

The Boss of the land

(Buffet dedicated to a selection uncommon vegetables and more)

Farm on the table

(Buffet with a selections of regional cold cuts)

For more info: http://casavissani.it

Christmas markets in South Tyrol

posted by Home In Italy on December 9th, 2015

Here our 5 stars itinerary for this Christmas: five cities of South Tyrol that are welcoming Christmas with suggestive street markets.

The first one is the medieval city of Bressanone, where it is possible to buy local handicraft; nativity scenes, sculptures, hand made potteries, candles and Christmas decorations. Not to miss the Nativity Scene museum, proof of a tradition lasting since 1200.

The second star is Brunico, a perfect location for those who want to add the amusement of the Plan the Corones slopes. The streets of Brunico are overwhelmed with the smells and flavors of this land: from the Vin Brulé wine to the typical desserts.

The third stop is in Merano, the ideal place for relaxing and have fun at the same time with its thermal baths, the trekking paths and the suggestive Christmas markets.

The fourth star is the lovely Vipiteno. This city develops along a long narrow pedestrian street with lovely wooden houses. The late-medieval architecture bears witness of the affluence of many mining entrepreneurs who, around 1300, with their economic resources and their cosmopolitan conception, gave a special impression to the essence of the city.
The splendor of that era, combined with the exemplary restoration, have made it possible to insert Vipiteno in the catalog of the most beautiful towns of Italy.

Last stop of this fascinating journey is Bolzano.

10 towns to visit in Italy during Autumn

posted by Home In Italy on October 22nd, 2015

There is one good reason to visit the medieval town of Alba during autumn: until November 15th there is the White Truffle Fair, which is not only a very good excuse to taste the best dishes of Piedmont and its wines, but also to discover a new cultural and artistic side of this village and the Langhe area.
the white truffle fair until the 15 of November
During the fair, in fact, there will be parades, exhibitions, concerts. There’s something for everyone!

landscape of the Piedimont countryside