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Announcement – RSS Feed Change

Due to some technical issues relating to Blog from Italy’s RSS feed system, I’m afraid I’m going to have to start supplying ‘chopped’ RSS feeds.  Apparently some of the multimedia content, such as YouTube videos and one or two other things I do within some posts, are causing RSS feed errors.

Therefore, from tomorrow, Blog from Italy’s main RSS feed will serve excerpts from recent posts.  To read the full post, should you wish to, just visit Blog from Italy directly via your web browser.  Remember too that Blog from Italy also has a mobile device optimized version, which means it can be read via mobile phones, pocket PCs and, as I understand, Apple’s latest cult item, the iPhone.

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Once again, sorry about this, I know it will cause problems for some, but I want to keep this site as error free and search engine friendly as possible.

Thanks for reading, as ever.

Alex Roe

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A Bit of a Foodie Blog Post!

For this weeks Food and Wine Friday feature, David Bates, cook, photographer and Villa Sibillini’s chef has kindly agreed to give us some insight into the cuisine of the Marche region of Italy.

Over to you David:

Can You Guess Who this Famous Italian is?

Quiz: Guess the Italian – Part 2

The second in this series of quiz posts featuring cut down and distorted images of famous Italians for you to guess.

This Guess the Italian Quiz is just for fun and to see what people who are not Italian know about Italians. While Italians are welcome to have a go, I’d prefer it if they gave those who are not Italian a chance to guess.

Thanks Italians!


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