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  • Food and frescoes in ancient Puglia

    Food and frescoes in ancient Puglia

    If only this could translate into a scratch-and-sniff article. Right now, you'd be effortlessly smelling the scents that have made Italy famous: the baking loaves and focaccia (along with the rosemary and olive oil drizzled on top) that baker, Joseph Calucci, swiftly slides on a two-metre-long peel out of a cavernous 300-yearold firewood oven in Altamura, an ancient walled city in Puglia.

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