A group of local women called La Mamme del Borgo, or ‘Village Mothers’, preparing food for lunch in Sicily as part of a culinary tour around the island. Photo: Chris Dwyer

Mount Etna’s bounty: caponata, arancini, scamorza and more make Sicily a food heaven you’ll never want to leave

Mind-blowing ingredients grown in the volcanic soils of Mount Etna or fished from the Mediterranean Sea, piquant flavours of a cuisine shaped by waves of invaders, all savoured at an alfresco lunch put on by villagers: Sicily is the promised land

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A group of local women called La Mamme del Borgo, or ‘Village Mothers’, preparing food for lunch in Sicily as part of a culinary tour around the island. Photo: Chris Dwyer
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