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All aboard Gino’s ITALIAN EXPRESS!

Gino D’Acampo enjoyed these rustic dishes on his train travels around northern Italy - and now you can too

Farfalle with mushrooms and spinach

Farfalle con funghi e spinaci


If you love creamy mushroom sauces, this vegetarian pasta dish is the one for you. When I was filming the latest TV series I prepared it at the Tuscan winery Casa al Vento for my friends Francesco and Giuseppe, after a welldeserved Chianti Classico wine bath. Yes, that’s right! I bathed in red wine. Apparently, the Romans believed that bathing in wine purified the skin and had rejuvenating powers. Of course, I now look 20 years younger!

• sea salt and freshly ground black pepper

• 3 tbsp olive oil

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About Italia!

We have a sparkling line-up of absorbing features for you to enjoy this month. We start in Trieste, a city whose remote location is no hindrance to its elegant aspect and rich cultural history. Moving west, we head to Venice, which despite the exceptional acqua alta last November is most assuredly ‘open for business’. The silk mills of Como are our next stop, to discover the proud manufacturing traditions of this luxurious and ethereal fabric. You’ll also enjoy sustainable hospitality at Borgo Pignano in the Tuscan heartland and take a gentle hike around medieval Orvieto too.