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Frittura mista ❤ I love you Sicily. #Sicily #Food

Frittura mista ❤ I love you Sicily. #Sicily #Food

Enjoyable Palermo - http://www.travelandtransitions.com/european-travel/ #tpalermo #sicily #sicilia

Enjoyable Palermo - http://www.travelandtransitions.com/european-travel/ #tpalermo #sicily #sicilia

Five Must-Eat Foods in Sicily | Travel News from Fodor's Travel Guides #palermo #sicilia #sicily

Five Must-Eat Foods in Sicily | Travel News from Fodor's Travel Guides #palermo #sicilia #sicily

Involtini di pesce spada. | LE RICETTE DI NONNA

Involtini di pesce spada alla siciliana

Involtini di pesce spada. | LE RICETTE DI NONNA

Palermo Sicily Food Tour - eating like a local, with a local. Palermo is famous for its street food. Stop into local bars for a glass of wine, shop for olive and cheese, and taste delicacies like stuffed anancine rice balls. Deliciously fun experience that you shouldn't miss during a trip to Sicily

Palermo Sicily Food Tour - eating like a local, with a local. Palermo is famous for its street food. Stop into local bars for a glass of wine, shop for olive and cheese, and taste delicacies like stuffed anancine rice balls. Deliciously fun experience that you shouldn't miss during a trip to Sicily

Delicious arancini filled rice ball.

Dare to taste: Palermo's authentic street food

Delicious arancini filled rice ball.

La cucina siciliana, dei Calycanthi

La cucina siciliana, dei Calycanthi

La Vucciria Market in Palermo, Italy (National Geographic)

La Vucciria Market in Palermo, Italy (National Geographic)

What to Eat in Sicily: A guide to eating the best fish, seafood, produce, pasta and sweets in Catania, Sicily. #catania

What to Eat in Sicily: A guide to eating the best fish, seafood, produce, pasta and sweets in Catania, Sicily. #catania

La Vucciria Outdoor Market, Palermo. The most famous Palermo market is the Vucciria market. In the local dialect, Vicciria means “voices” or “hubbub” which is certainly one way to find the market – just listen for the noise as everyone haggles back and forth! It flows through the side streets around the Piazza San Domenico.

La Vucciria Outdoor Market, Palermo. The most famous Palermo market is the Vucciria market. In the local dialect, Vicciria means “voices” or “hubbub” which is certainly one way to find the market – just listen for the noise as everyone haggles back and forth! It flows through the side streets around the Piazza San Domenico.

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