Savouring the complex sicilian soul through food

Sicilian is more than a geographical adjective, it is a way of living, a way of being. It is a feeling of superiority, it is a defence, it is a menace. Nasuki.guru guides you along savours and smells, barren mountains and incomprehensible squalor, immense beauty, joyous people, leaving no one indifferent.

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Street Food Panino

1. Pani ca’ meusa – an interior street food panino This iconic street food panino is Palermo’s pride. And most habitants have their place where to have ‘pani ca’ meusa‘. The smell these stands emanate is, let’s say, typical. Boiled spleen and lung are cut up and fried in lard before transferring it on the […]

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What’s in a name? Stracciatella translates as little rags. And this applies to the three different preparations the name refers

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Italian parsley Prezzemolo or Italian parsley has flat leaves. Whereas the so-called French parsley has curly leaves. Italian parsley is

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Bland but versatile Few cuts are as bland a sliced chicken breast. Everything tastes like chicken breast. And nothing tastes

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Season’s embrace Strawberries and oranges follow each other up chronologically. For a short period they lay together at the greengrocer’s.

Tagliere
liquori
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Susucaru

The Game The absolute star of our Easter Monday wine game was Susucaru. Last year I had the pleasure of meeting its maker, Frank Cornellisen. The game is easy. The

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Frank Cornelissen

Sicily photo frankcornelissen.it Frank Cornelissen?! That doesn’t sound very Sicilian. How wrong can one be. Sicilian is by definition a mix. An intense exchange of DNA, ideas and culture is

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Easter lambs in Sicily

Origins Lambs and Easter are indissolubly linked. It is all about Jesus being the Lamb of God. In the Christian

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Acqua pazza | Crazy water

Origins August 6 is the national Acqua Pazza day. Crazy water day. That is how dear this preparation is to

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When to eat what in Sicily

Welcome to Sicily When and what to eat in Sicily is a serious question. The culinary experience is far too

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Love for Leftovers

It’s love for leftovers, not thrift Love for leftovers is a universal principle. It sets apart weekend from daily cooks.

Pane e cipudda
Scopa
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Street Food Panino

1. Pani ca’ meusa – an interior street food panino This iconic street food panino is Palermo’s pride. And most habitants have their place where to have ‘pani ca’ meusa‘.

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Triumphant Tuna Dishes

1. Raw tuna Triumphant but a tad dangerous. Raw tuna may contain the anisakis parasite. Therefore freeze your tuna for at least three days. Or buy your tuna frozen. Is