Our journey started in NYC in June 2015.

from the simple idea of a vacation with my mamma Franca, car to farm was born.

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EPISODE ONE

New York City - Senza Gluten

The only gluten-free restaurant I know that offers a contamination-free kitchen for its customers, thanks to gluten hero, Chef Jemiko Solo.

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EPISODE TWO

New York City - Piccola Cucina

Authentic Sicilian food was something that Philip Guardione felt was missing in NYC when he opened his first small kitchen in the West Village with his loyal business partner, Luigi Cetrulo.

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EPISODE THREE

Como, Italy - Tira Mola & Meseda

Tucked away from the touristic areas, this hidden restaurant in Como has loyal locals coming back year after year! We sat down with owners Patrizia and Massimo in their lovely garden to find out why.

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EPISODE FOUR

Cecima, Italy - Ca' del Monte

The two families Vohwinkel and Bodratti, have been woking together for at least a couple of generations to create this beautiful and peaceful retreat on top of the hills between Lombardy and Piedmont.

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EPISODE FIVE

Italy - La Bergamasca  

Not only does Alan Sartirani cook delicious pizza, but he is so passionate about his oven that he cooks everything in it!

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EPISODE SIX

Italy - Agririfugio Molini

You can only get to this little gem by hiking up from sea level or down from the mountain top. When you arrive, the members of the association that manage the place will meet you with a great smile! 

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EPISODE SEVEN

Barberino Val d'elsa, Italy - Sosta Pio XVII

Among many people we met during our tour, Gabriella doesn't consider herself a chef, but rather a "glorified housewife," in the non-traditional sense. Here, there's a cute refurbished old stall where supposedly back in the '700, Pope Pio XVII stopped once for a quick "bathroom break."

 
 

EPISODE EIGHT

Certaldo Alto, Italy - Cucina Giuseppina

Giuseppina Pizzolato's school is a perfect location for tourists who want to experience cooking in an incredible perfectly restored medieval town, all while eating great local homemade food.

 
 

EPISODE NINE

Bracciano, Italy - Agrihouse Bracciano

If you have never been in a farm before, this one will satisfy your appetite. Margherita and family will show you around and tell you stories from generations back while serving you food and meats from their land and garden.

 
 

EPISODE TEN

Lago di Penne, Italy - Masseria del'Oasi

This nature preserve hosts an education center where you will find a wood and linen laboratory, farro mills, and an astronomy observatory managed by different non-profit associations who operate within the Abruzzo park areas. We met with Fernando di Fabrizio and Damiano Ricci who were our perfect hosts.

 
 

EPISODE ELEVEN

Brisighella, Italy - La Morattina

We stayed with Gianluca Stramenga and Isabella while exploring this picturesque region. We arrived just in time for a sunset aperitivo facing their beautiful wine estates and they eagerly shared some wonderful tricks in the kitchen.

 
 

ADDITIONAL CONTENT

Additional trip highlights include: a day on an olive oil grove, a meat and cheese farm, and a trabucco (an old fishing structure that is now a highly regarded restaurant on the sea!). Tune in to our YouTube channel Car to Farm TV to watch more behind the scenes and extra footage.

 

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