On the SuperSite, Harald Zoschke tells the story of our favorite Italian B&B: “Maurizio Bovi and Luisa Sgarbossa from the Italian region of Venetia moved to the Emilia Romagna, one of the world’s foodie paradise places. In the middle of (almost) nowhere, the couple purchased an old rock-built farmhouse on a huge chunk of land, named Ca’ d’Alfieri. Their plan: grow fruit and vegetables, raise farm animals and live off the land they own and work. Besides producing all sorts of agricultural products that they’re selling at their own store and also in a Parma market, Maurizio and Luisa run a bed & breakfast in their meticulously restored buildings. And they serve fine Italian cuisine to their guests—and by request, fiery, too! Here’s a little insight into the unique adventure that our friends undertook. Beware though—it might awaken your appetite to pack your suitcase and travel to this surprisingly spicy Italian hideaway right away!” Read the complete story here.