Sunday, May 25, 2014

The Artisans Part (II)

Renzo Becucci

I really like to write about people because we can learn so much from them are so much, If you miss the Artisans Part one you always can read here On my recent trip to Italy I had the best and unique lunch ever, every single corse were made from scratch even his own ingredients, Renzo Becucci is our Artisan today,  he cooked for a us a magnificent Medieval meal, I can't describe how wonderful flavors, a Rabbit in "crosta" and some other wonderful dishes on the side. 

Renzo Becucci lives in Tuscany " Casciano Val Di Pesa Firenze" , somewhere in Chianti, he is an specialist in Antique and traditional Tuscan Cuisine and Medieval Cuisine, he got a lot of experience over the years specially for Folk events. 

He works also a lot with wood restorations from antiquities. He said -  "I have to say that my mom was really good cooking I am passionate about it since I was a kid  so I started to experiment with food very early" - . With his passion for the things from the past and the old traditions based on the authenticity. He also use pots of stone and especially raw materials prepared by himself products that are not founded on the market. Totally amazing, as mustard, condiment wine, syrups etc. 

It was great pleasure to meet Renzo I really enjoyed his food and his conversation. I can't wait to see him again to know more about his cuisine. 















15 comments:

  1. Foto meravigliose! Grazie per averle condivise con noi. ♥

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    1. Grazie Verbena di cuore per visitare il mio blog.

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  2. Passo a visitare il tuo blog e ne rimango letteralmente incantata!!!
    Complimenti davvero...

    Un caro saluto :)))))

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    1. Sei un tesoro Maria ... gentilissima!!!!

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  3. Che bel blog hai Cintia!!!
    Molto interessante il tuo post, bellissime le foto!!!!
    Un caro abbraccio e a presto
    Carmen

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    1. Grazie mille Carmen mi fa piacere il tuo commento. Un abbraccio anche per te.

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  4. Che foto spettacolari Cintia!! Le adoro!
    Un abbraccio,
    Manu

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  5. Esas fotos se ven deliciosas... a mi me encanta la comida italiana. De hecho, es lo que yo mas cocino en casa porque es lo que mas le gusta a mi familia. :)
    Espero algún día poder visitar Italia y tomar hermosa fotos como tu lo haces. :)
    Besos!
    Xx

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    1. Muchas gracias querida, esta comida es muy especial hecha por esta persona que se especializa en comida Medieval, el resultado de todo lo que hizo fue realmente delicioso. Si visitas Italia estoy segura que te encantara en todos los sentidos, ya no te digo lo de la comida porque no te vas a querer ir nunca. :) Besos amiga.

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  6. I loved these photographs and I loved this article. I hope to meet you soon, dear Cintia! :)

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    1. Hey Barbara of course we will meet you some day, I will be more often in Italy in the future. Big hugs from me.

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    1. Saluditos para ti Ana, muchas gracias por visitar mi Blog.

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