Monthly Archives: October 2010

Ode to Mima

This post is dedicated to Mima, our host Willie Cappi’s mother. Mima, thank you for creating your wonderful salt, Sale di Mima. Housed in Willie and Charlotte’s Cantina (as seen in the CSP-TV Agriturismo Due Papaveri webisode) this rosemary and...
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Sale di Mima (Rosemary & Garlic Salt)

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Cherries for Breakfast

This post is dedicated to cherries and breakfast. Two of my favorite things. We wanted to share our BEST breakfast jam recipe as well as tell you how Charlotte serves breakfast every morning for her B&B customers. If it is...
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Robin Davis

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Due Papaveri’s Orange Balsamic Jam (Arancia)

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Orange Balsamic Jam recipe posted

Charlotte’s Orange Balsamic Jam recipe is posted! This jam is one of our BESTS at Due Papaveri. Charlotte serves it with a wedge of Parmigiano-Reggiano and freshly baked bread before dinner. Try making it for yourself, or you can buy...
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ChopSizzlePop! TV Debut Webisode

We are thrilled to post our first ChopSizzlePop! TV webisode featuring the stunning bed & breakfast and gourmet restaurant, Agriturismo Due Papaveri, located between Modena and Bologna, Italy. We chose to stay at Due Papaveri so that we could work...
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How to Make Parmigiano-Reggiano

Ok, I’m so excited to write this post! I seriously have to pinch myself as we are witnessing raw milk transform into Parmigiano-Reggiano at the 2010 gold medal winning Parmigiano-Reggiano factory, Coop. Agricola Poggio Castro, outside of Pavullo (near Modena,...
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Raising the Bar in Columbus – Part II

Part I of Raising the Bar in Columbus features Robin Davis, Food Editor of The Columbus Dispatch. If you have not yet seen it, be sure to check out Robin’s Chef Rec and follow her BESTS around Columbus and beyond....
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Edible Columbus’s Tricia Wheeler’s Classic Aioli (Garlic Mayonnaise)

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Edible Columbus’ Tricia Wheeler’s Stuffed Vegetables with Classic Aioli

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Edible Columbus’ Tricia Wheeler’s Crêpe Suzette

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Tricia Wheeler

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Raising the Bar in Columbus – Part I

Coming home for just a moment… I’m sure all of you Columbus foodies know that Robin Davis is the Food Editor of The Columbus Dispatch, but did you know that she is also a James Beard award winning food writer?...
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New Pasta Recipes Posted

Hi Food Lovers, Just wanted to let you know that Charlotte’s pasta recipes are posted! Troy and I chose our BESTS and posted them for you to enjoy. They include Charlotte’s dough, Rosette and Tortellini recipes translated from her cookbook,...
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Due Papaveri’s Rosette (Rose shaped pasta with Prosciutto and Fontina)

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Pizza Pizza!

It is our first full day here and it starts with a bang. Due Papaveri is hosting a six person week-long cooking class. Heaven. Guests get the royal treatment and are served breakfast, lunch and dinner on the deck overlooking...
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We Have Arrived

Whew. 24 hours of planes, trains and automobiles—and we’re here. We have arrived at Due Papaveri, a bed and breakfast with a gourmet restaurant near a little town called Pavullo nel Frignano. Pavullo is a province of Modena, Emilia-Romagna that...
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