Friday, October 26, 2012

"A Family Farm in Tuscany" World Blogging Tour

 

Welcome to the blogging book tour for Sarah Fioroni's beautiful cookbook, "A Family Farm in Tuscany."   

It's been my pleasure to correspond with cooks and bloggers all over the world as I've orchestrated this tour.  These bloggers have spent time thumbing through the book's pages, selecting a recipe to prepare, cooking or baking, photographing, and posting their selections.  I sincerely appreciate these efforts and hope you, dear reader, will enjoy viewing each of their posts with mouth-watering satisfaction.  "A Family Farm in Tuscany" is a lovely book filled with recipes and stories from Sarah's organic farm nestled in the gorgeous Italian hills.  The book would make a great gift for those Italophiles in your life (and for others as well).  Nine of these blogs are hosting a giveaway of the book, so be sure to comment on their blogs for a chance to win a copy. 

For ordering information, please click here or here

You can visit Sarah on her Facebook page or follow her on Twitter (@SarahFioroni).  Feel free to interact with her:  she would be happy to answer your questions about Italian cooking, preparing seasonal ingredients, living in Tuscany, etc.  Sarah is incredibly friendly and has a heart of gold.  I encourage you to get to know her.  

Additionally, products from the farm are now available for purchase in the United States.  This includes the farm's pastas, wines, and olive oil.  Beginning Thursday, November 1, this site (tuscanyfarmproducts.com) will be live, offering state-side customers a chance to purchase the products without paying for cross-Atlantic shipping.  

Click on the images below to see what cooks all over the world have prepared from her book.  Thank you for stopping by!  (Please remember:  this blog hop is only for bloggers who are reviewing and have cooked from "A Family Farm in Tuscany".)



9 comments:

Kathy said...

Didn't you love the Tuscan Roasted Chicken? Not only do you have everyone coming to the table salivating because of the glorious perfume of baked chicken, then you get to eat it and have a party in your mouth. If I had to choose a last meal, it would definitely center around this roasted chicken. By the way, at the farm Rosa (Sarah's mother) places the chicken on spit and roasts it over coals. So imagine the addition of a little smoke flavor. Impossible to beat!

Veronica Miller said...

Thanks for the opportunity to participate in this blog tour! I am thoroughly enjoying the cookbook, and the recipes just as much. Today I replaced a meal with the tiramisu-lol.

Barbara Bakes said...

Thanks for inviting me to participate in the book tour blog hop. I'm looking forward to try more wonderful recipes from the book.

Caneel said...

I can't wait to see all the other bloggers' posts - I'm loving the ones I've seen so far! Thank you for including me :)

Katherine Martinelli said...

It was such a pleasure to take part in this blogging tour - what a gorgeous, inspiring book! And I'm definitely obsessed with the lasagna I made. Wow. Can't wait to check out the others.

Jane Bonacci, The Heritage Cook said...

Thank you for including me in the fun event. My husband absolutely adored the meal I made from the book and is looking forward to the leftovers tonight :-) It was an honor to be part of this esteemed group!

Kim Bee said...

Thanks for inviting me along. I am thrilled to be included.

Brielle Franklin said...

This is one of my favorite cookbooks. We usually use this book and find something to make before our yearly trip to Italy. We normally get our lovely Tuscan villa rentals for each family and we just love spending time together. Thanks so much for this post. I enjoyed reading it.

Joan Price said...

Instead of going to Hawaii like everyone my husband and I were looking at Luxury Villas in Tuscany for our honeymoon. The sites and arts are one of a kind there. I am so excited for this trip, I can't wait.