Pictures - My personal travels in Italy (Interesting)!
A self-guided trip to Italy!
Cuisine characteristic of the late 19th century is preserved in the Villa Museum on Via Cesare Battisti 25 (Lucca)
Everything here is interesting!
Typically, kitchens were placed in basements and the windows served more than for light, as an opening to boot. In many places I've seen a WALLOW where carcasses of meat or vegetables were rolled directly into a trough where they were then processed... Here, too, is a window like this, but covered by a curtain.
On the left is a type of sink, carved out of a piece of stone, and trimmed along the wall with touching ceramic tiles. I think above the sink, hidden is a water tank, filled by a pump from a backyard well.
In the center is the Stove...that's the one I particularly want to consider. Here and open fire and stove and oven. In general, in those days cooking was at the highest level, judging from various sources. The Italian aristocracy has always had an exquisite taste for food.
Pictures - in a real Italian kitchen!
From My Travels in Italy
In the private Palazzo Pfanner Museum in Lucca (Italy)
1 Dishes and textiles
2 Console foot, carved wood with gilding
3 Dressing table
4 Canopy Bed and Fireplace Stove
5 Tea-table and secretaire
6 Tonometer, 19th century model
7 Me) looking at a microscope.
Pictures - Italian food item in close-up!
Pictures - An authentic table of Italian cuisine!
Pictures - Bed Italy, where you can rest!
Pictures - beautiful kitchen table Italy, a real authentic, round table!
Apparatus Measuring pressure, unusual items in the home!
Served table in the Italian way, it's beautiful and very cozy!