In questo paesino dell'entroterra sui Monti Nebrodi
, un gruppo di contadini, vedendo nell'Unita d'Italia la possibilita di vedere finalmente soddisfatti i loro diritti, assale e uccide i dignitari locali, tra cui molti proprietari terrieri.
They organise an outing to the Nebrodi Mountains, a national park.
A whole acorn-fed Nebrodi baby pig, slow-roasted in a wood-burning oven, is exquisite: the skin lacquered into a caramel crisp, the meat succulent and fragrant with garlic and wild fennel.
We eat hand-rolled trofie dressed with a pistachio cream and strips of cured Nebrodi ham; foraged wild vegetables stuffed into teeny pizzette Siciliani; a velvety puree of artichoke; and more of the pork, slow-cooked and scented with lavender.
Supply of furniture and equipment for the creation of a common laboratory of contemporary art on the Nebrodi
The island comprises a number of picturesque wilderness areas such as Parco dei Nebrodi
, Parco Regionale dell'Etna Regionale and Parco delle Madonie.
It does not occur in Sicily where BRULLO & GRILLO (1978) classified the montane, mesic acidophilous grasslands of the Nebrodi Mountains (Northern Sicily) in the Molinio-Arrhenatheretea and proposed a new order--the Cirsietalia vallis-demoni.
1978--Ricerche fitosociologiche sui pascoli dei Monti Nebrodi (Sicilia settentrionale)--Notiz.
In tonight's programme, Catherine Fulvio's family friend Tullio Scurrio gives her a day to remember in the stunning Nebrodi Mountains.
After a breakfast of home-made hazelnut ice cream, served on a brioche bun, he takes her to visit a forest where Nebrodi black pigs are grazing.
, a rolling mountainous area wooded by heavy oaks, are found the not-so-famous Pigs of Nebrodi
(Swino Nero), black-footed pigs that forage on acorns and are the same as the very famous and sought-after Ibericos of Spain.
Pleurotus nebrodensis can be found during the spring (April through May) in the mountains of Modonie, a region of the Nebrodi
mountain range (northeast of Sicily, Italy) (Boisselier-Dubayle and Baudoin 1986; Cailleux and Joly 1987; Zervakis et al.