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Trinacria – The Symbol of Sicily

Written by Jessica Graybill Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean, is known for many things - breathtakingly beautiful coastlines, colorful, bustling cities, and delicious street food, to name just a few! It is a place rich in history and culture, and its symbol, the Trinacria, is just as intriguing as the location itself. [...]

Santa Barbara Favorites – Support Our Fellow Small Businesses!

Written by Jessica Graybill Santa Barbara is an incredible place. Sun, sand, excellent eateries, places to booze and to cruise; it's a great place to live and a beautiful place to visit. We've been in business here in downtown Santa Barbara for decades and over the years have seen a lot of changes occur in [...]

Sfusato Amalfitano – the Amalfi Lemon

Written by Jessica Graybill Lemons and Italy go together like bread and olive oil - you may be able to find one without the other, but together they are so much more significant! Lemons have existed in Italy since Roman times, but not in the way we know them today. The earliest lemons, traded between [...]