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This Tuscan Life – FEBRUARY

If there’s one thing to look forward to in February, then it’s the many sweet treats that start to fill the local bakeries.

As in many other parts of the world, it is time for Carnival in Tuscany.  The first indication that the Carnival Season is here are the beautiful sweets that start to appear in the local bakery.  Sweet delights such as Cenci, Frittelle di Riso and Schiacciata alla Fiorentina.   In February’s issue, we share the recipes so that you can try these at home (and not just for Carnival).

Visit Viareggio, not only home to Italy’s most famous Carnival, but stroll along it’s beautiful promenade, admire the impressive architecture of its villas along the seaside and join in the masked parades and carneval festivites.

Or if you’re feeling romantic, visit Pienza for San Valentino!

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FOOD OBSESSED, FASHION LOVER, BUSY MAMMA, MAGAZINE CREATOR & WATERCOLOUR ARTISt.

Ciao, I'm Lisa B,
I’m a magazine founder & editor, a private food & shopping guide and watercolour artist who wants to share everything I know about the best-kept secrets in Tuscany with you.

I created This Tuscan Life blog, magazine and experiences to share everything I love about Florence & Tuscany, one of the most popular and visited regions in Italy.   Add a splash of watercolour & you've got a creative mamma of two who wants to show you the true & authentic side of Tuscany.

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These delicious soft square pillows of ravioli filled with mashed potato, cheese, garlic and parsley are more commonly known in Tuscany as Tortelli Mugellani, the famous Tortello from Mugello! If you haven’t tried these yet, then add them to your list of ‘must-taste’ when you next travel to this region known as the ‘Green Valley of Tuscany’. 

Barberino di Mugello is a small town found an easy thirty minute drive along the A1 from Florence or 45 minutes from Bologna. For those of you that know me well, you’ll understand one of the things that I find special about visiting Barberino…….. Did someone say Designer Outlet?

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