Article by Gina Tringali
Photos by Susan Wright
Bordered by France and Switzerland, Piedmont is the birthplace of Slow Food. The regional capital, Turin, exudes charm, elegance and culture, yet it is often overlooked by tourists.
But, there is one particularly indulgent aspect to Turin that no self-respecting food fan can fail to revel in. Turin is famous for its chocolate and cafè-pasticcerie. Much of Italy’s chocolate is crafted here.
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