This week I am delighted to have been honoured again with a lovely compliment by the following Blog.
italytutto – the blog about the blogs and bloggers in italy for my recent post Grape Harvest and Winemaking
This blog does a fantastic job of keeping track of bloggers in Italy and I am sharing the list with you here, so if you are interested please go and have a browse around by just clicking on the links. I found them all interesting but the one that surprised me was the size of Italy's water footprint which Living in Rome featured for Blog Action Day on October 15th, which I have mentioned in the title as it is a fascinating read! A quote from the post ‘Italy lags only a little behind the United States in the league table of world champion water guzzlers!’
The choice of the posts from the bloggers in Italy this week (in alphabetical order):
Beautiful Liguria: Genoa street food style
Genoese fast food shops
Bell’ Avventure: Capricious Capri
What not to do on a trip to Capri
Casa Margherita: A rakes progress
The new versions might not look so good, but they don’t rust
Elizabeth Minchili in Rome: Fun with funghi
Mushrooms are good and plentiful this year in Rome
Italian Notebook: Angolo del Pescatore
Where the fisherman eat near Ravenna
Life in Abruzzo: Frattoli’s dizzy gastro walking
Exploring, rambling and dining in Frattoli
Living in Rome: Italy’s water footprint on blog action day
A kilo of pasta has a water footprint of 1,900 litres of water
News from Italy: Grape harvest and wine making
Moving from grape juice to wine
Rome Every Day: From the Mexican artist Rivelino
Ten mute bronze busts and the theme of silence
Wandering Italy: Malgrate Castle
At the borgo italytutto calls home
This excellent blog is maintained by a freelance writer with wide experience who first started writing this blog at the beginning of 2009 to keep track of all her favourite bloggers in Italy.
At the beginning of 2010, she made a lifestyle choice and gave up full-time corporate life to spend more time at her home in Lunigiana in Northern Tuscany, she now divides her time between Italy and the UK.
I enjoy reading this feature on a regular basis and through italytutto have discovered lots of great blogs on Italy which I hope some of you will now maybe discover for yourselves.