What is your first thought when we say the words: “Christmas fair” Usually thoughts like: “A place filled with shoppers looking for the perfect Christmas gift in London, twinkling lights and Christmas jingles but we want to share our experience with you and hopefully demonstrate that the Spirit of Christmas Fair is actually so much more than that!
“I feel like I have the best job in the world: appreciation gives me a satisfaction I’ve never felt before.” These are the words of Lavolio’s founder, who started started this Italian confectionery business as a light-bulb moment in her kitchen, and now grows to become the most delicious handmade confectionary in the world! Continue reading →
Italy is known across the world as an endless source of art, good wine, literature and of course its marvellous gastronomy. What a feast when these are combined! Bravo, the result is simply astonishing! In our quest for art we have discovered some truly inspirational Italian dishes that honour four Italian widely recognised poets. Pronto, contemplate this list of this very “artistic” dishes:
Our daily routines revolve around various activities that reveal how healthy, happy, active or productive we are. We are all so busy and sometimes these routines can be monotonous and leave no space for amusement. What kind of things can we do if our busy agendas sometimes do not allow us to find the time for our hobbies or for ourselves?
Opera is an impressive experience and one which is in tune with our vision at Lavolio. From start to finish, an opera intends to entertain an audience with their tumultuous twisted themes and singers amazingly acrobatic vocal skills. The overall refined and elegant experience of the opera cannot be mistaken
Italians take their food very seriously and each region has its own specialities and traditional dishes. Let’s zone in on the region of Emilia Romagna which has a reputation for producing some of the best food in Italy. After all the region has the European record in DOP and IGP certifications – with 44 products!
Here’s how to do it in Emilia-Romagna style if you’re wanting to impress your guests!
On a recent trip to Sicily, I was looking forward to the fantastic selection of different flavours of ice cream that I knew awaited me there and I made sure to do my daily research – at least a double dose every day. It’s important to keep cool in the often stifling heat of the Mediterranean sun 😉 and, to my delight, I discovered that there was both gelato (ice cream) and granita to be sampled and, with so many flavours to get through, there was no time to be wasted!