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Check Out Umbria, Italy: a Chef’s Guide

The Past Year has given me a newfound love for my home region of Umbria in central Italy. Being stuck in my apartment in a small village near Perugia, the region’s capital, for the better part of 12 months, I learnt to appreciate how lucky I am to call this area of Italy home.

While I generally spend my time between London and Umbria – cooking and creating in the kitchen at Lina Stores in one and looking after my teenage kids in the other – the past and current international travel restrictions have forced me to stand still and rediscover the beauty that’s right in front of my door.

Letting the Green Heart of Italy, as Umbria is often called, inspire me again has been one of the true silver linings of lockdown for me.

I was born and raised in a remote valley on the border between Tuscany and Umbria and learnt how to cook from the age of ten at my parents’ organic agriturismo. Read more…

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