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Italian Fishermen Catch Wild Boar in Ocean

Italian Fishermen Catch Wild Boar in Ocean

Italian fishermen were looking for some sea bass and found wild boar instead

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Some Italian fishermen were surprised this weekend to catch a wild boar in the ocean nearly four miles away from the coast.

Some Italian fishermen invented a new kind of surf and turf this weekend when they caught a wild boar swimming in the ocean nearly four miles off the coast.

According to The Local, a group of amateur fishermen went out in their boat this weekend off the coast of Taranto in Italy’s southern Puglia region. They were most likely looking for some tasty seafood to take home with them, and they were shocked to see some completely different game swimming around in circles by the boat.

The fishermen decided to catch the boar, and after a few tries they managed to wrangle it onto their boat. The rescued boar was not sufficiently grateful, though, and spent the voyage back to shore attacking them and the boat.

“We tried to bring it back to the shore – and we eventually managed it – but the boar was very afraid and kept attacking our boat,” said one of the fishermen.“Once we got it to dry land it ran off into the pine forest – it was amazing."

The boar was lucky to encounter some friendly humans who were more interested in eating fish than wild game, but it should be careful in the forest, because there are other humans about and wild boar is delicious.

"I hope the boar realizes that hunting season has started,” the fisherman said.


Maremma Food

Maremma food is some of the simplest of Tuscan fare based as it is upon a very poor existence earnt in a hard and unforgiving land, supplemented by fish from the Tyrrhenian and Ligurians seas.

But its very simplicity - prepared from seasonal ingredients to hand - is what makes it some of the very best food in Italy.

And then the surprises happen. For interwoven amongst the traditional peasant recipes from this very special part of Italy lie some "little gems" of exotic cuisine, that upon first consideration appear so out of place, but which their histories tell are as much a part of this unique land as its bread and water.

The tales of each one reveal ancient legends and international power struggles, the marks of which still influence this land even today.

To eat one of Maremma's speciality dishes is to savour the living history of this wild place. To touch a rich Etruscan past of gold, wealth, education and prosperity. To enter into a bloody medieval past between ruling noble Sienese and Florentine families, as well as Papal machinations for control of Maremma's mineral riches and roads.

It is to taste the spices of marauding Barbary pirates who devasted coastal villages and took slaves. and to find yourself recalling a flavour of Venezia from the mothers and grandmothers of many a Venetian family who came here to drain and work this land not so very long ago.

There is "Tuscan food" in cookbooks and there is Maremma food. Enjoy the exploration.


Maremma Food

Maremma food is some of the simplest of Tuscan fare based as it is upon a very poor existence earnt in a hard and unforgiving land, supplemented by fish from the Tyrrhenian and Ligurians seas.

But its very simplicity - prepared from seasonal ingredients to hand - is what makes it some of the very best food in Italy.

And then the surprises happen. For interwoven amongst the traditional peasant recipes from this very special part of Italy lie some "little gems" of exotic cuisine, that upon first consideration appear so out of place, but which their histories tell are as much a part of this unique land as its bread and water.

The tales of each one reveal ancient legends and international power struggles, the marks of which still influence this land even today.

To eat one of Maremma's speciality dishes is to savour the living history of this wild place. To touch a rich Etruscan past of gold, wealth, education and prosperity. To enter into a bloody medieval past between ruling noble Sienese and Florentine families, as well as Papal machinations for control of Maremma's mineral riches and roads.

It is to taste the spices of marauding Barbary pirates who devasted coastal villages and took slaves. and to find yourself recalling a flavour of Venezia from the mothers and grandmothers of many a Venetian family who came here to drain and work this land not so very long ago.

There is "Tuscan food" in cookbooks and there is Maremma food. Enjoy the exploration.


Maremma Food

Maremma food is some of the simplest of Tuscan fare based as it is upon a very poor existence earnt in a hard and unforgiving land, supplemented by fish from the Tyrrhenian and Ligurians seas.

But its very simplicity - prepared from seasonal ingredients to hand - is what makes it some of the very best food in Italy.

And then the surprises happen. For interwoven amongst the traditional peasant recipes from this very special part of Italy lie some "little gems" of exotic cuisine, that upon first consideration appear so out of place, but which their histories tell are as much a part of this unique land as its bread and water.

The tales of each one reveal ancient legends and international power struggles, the marks of which still influence this land even today.

To eat one of Maremma's speciality dishes is to savour the living history of this wild place. To touch a rich Etruscan past of gold, wealth, education and prosperity. To enter into a bloody medieval past between ruling noble Sienese and Florentine families, as well as Papal machinations for control of Maremma's mineral riches and roads.

It is to taste the spices of marauding Barbary pirates who devasted coastal villages and took slaves. and to find yourself recalling a flavour of Venezia from the mothers and grandmothers of many a Venetian family who came here to drain and work this land not so very long ago.

There is "Tuscan food" in cookbooks and there is Maremma food. Enjoy the exploration.


Maremma Food

Maremma food is some of the simplest of Tuscan fare based as it is upon a very poor existence earnt in a hard and unforgiving land, supplemented by fish from the Tyrrhenian and Ligurians seas.

But its very simplicity - prepared from seasonal ingredients to hand - is what makes it some of the very best food in Italy.

And then the surprises happen. For interwoven amongst the traditional peasant recipes from this very special part of Italy lie some "little gems" of exotic cuisine, that upon first consideration appear so out of place, but which their histories tell are as much a part of this unique land as its bread and water.

The tales of each one reveal ancient legends and international power struggles, the marks of which still influence this land even today.

To eat one of Maremma's speciality dishes is to savour the living history of this wild place. To touch a rich Etruscan past of gold, wealth, education and prosperity. To enter into a bloody medieval past between ruling noble Sienese and Florentine families, as well as Papal machinations for control of Maremma's mineral riches and roads.

It is to taste the spices of marauding Barbary pirates who devasted coastal villages and took slaves. and to find yourself recalling a flavour of Venezia from the mothers and grandmothers of many a Venetian family who came here to drain and work this land not so very long ago.

There is "Tuscan food" in cookbooks and there is Maremma food. Enjoy the exploration.


Maremma Food

Maremma food is some of the simplest of Tuscan fare based as it is upon a very poor existence earnt in a hard and unforgiving land, supplemented by fish from the Tyrrhenian and Ligurians seas.

But its very simplicity - prepared from seasonal ingredients to hand - is what makes it some of the very best food in Italy.

And then the surprises happen. For interwoven amongst the traditional peasant recipes from this very special part of Italy lie some "little gems" of exotic cuisine, that upon first consideration appear so out of place, but which their histories tell are as much a part of this unique land as its bread and water.

The tales of each one reveal ancient legends and international power struggles, the marks of which still influence this land even today.

To eat one of Maremma's speciality dishes is to savour the living history of this wild place. To touch a rich Etruscan past of gold, wealth, education and prosperity. To enter into a bloody medieval past between ruling noble Sienese and Florentine families, as well as Papal machinations for control of Maremma's mineral riches and roads.

It is to taste the spices of marauding Barbary pirates who devasted coastal villages and took slaves. and to find yourself recalling a flavour of Venezia from the mothers and grandmothers of many a Venetian family who came here to drain and work this land not so very long ago.

There is "Tuscan food" in cookbooks and there is Maremma food. Enjoy the exploration.


Maremma Food

Maremma food is some of the simplest of Tuscan fare based as it is upon a very poor existence earnt in a hard and unforgiving land, supplemented by fish from the Tyrrhenian and Ligurians seas.

But its very simplicity - prepared from seasonal ingredients to hand - is what makes it some of the very best food in Italy.

And then the surprises happen. For interwoven amongst the traditional peasant recipes from this very special part of Italy lie some "little gems" of exotic cuisine, that upon first consideration appear so out of place, but which their histories tell are as much a part of this unique land as its bread and water.

The tales of each one reveal ancient legends and international power struggles, the marks of which still influence this land even today.

To eat one of Maremma's speciality dishes is to savour the living history of this wild place. To touch a rich Etruscan past of gold, wealth, education and prosperity. To enter into a bloody medieval past between ruling noble Sienese and Florentine families, as well as Papal machinations for control of Maremma's mineral riches and roads.

It is to taste the spices of marauding Barbary pirates who devasted coastal villages and took slaves. and to find yourself recalling a flavour of Venezia from the mothers and grandmothers of many a Venetian family who came here to drain and work this land not so very long ago.

There is "Tuscan food" in cookbooks and there is Maremma food. Enjoy the exploration.


Maremma Food

Maremma food is some of the simplest of Tuscan fare based as it is upon a very poor existence earnt in a hard and unforgiving land, supplemented by fish from the Tyrrhenian and Ligurians seas.

But its very simplicity - prepared from seasonal ingredients to hand - is what makes it some of the very best food in Italy.

And then the surprises happen. For interwoven amongst the traditional peasant recipes from this very special part of Italy lie some "little gems" of exotic cuisine, that upon first consideration appear so out of place, but which their histories tell are as much a part of this unique land as its bread and water.

The tales of each one reveal ancient legends and international power struggles, the marks of which still influence this land even today.

To eat one of Maremma's speciality dishes is to savour the living history of this wild place. To touch a rich Etruscan past of gold, wealth, education and prosperity. To enter into a bloody medieval past between ruling noble Sienese and Florentine families, as well as Papal machinations for control of Maremma's mineral riches and roads.

It is to taste the spices of marauding Barbary pirates who devasted coastal villages and took slaves. and to find yourself recalling a flavour of Venezia from the mothers and grandmothers of many a Venetian family who came here to drain and work this land not so very long ago.

There is "Tuscan food" in cookbooks and there is Maremma food. Enjoy the exploration.


Maremma Food

Maremma food is some of the simplest of Tuscan fare based as it is upon a very poor existence earnt in a hard and unforgiving land, supplemented by fish from the Tyrrhenian and Ligurians seas.

But its very simplicity - prepared from seasonal ingredients to hand - is what makes it some of the very best food in Italy.

And then the surprises happen. For interwoven amongst the traditional peasant recipes from this very special part of Italy lie some "little gems" of exotic cuisine, that upon first consideration appear so out of place, but which their histories tell are as much a part of this unique land as its bread and water.

The tales of each one reveal ancient legends and international power struggles, the marks of which still influence this land even today.

To eat one of Maremma's speciality dishes is to savour the living history of this wild place. To touch a rich Etruscan past of gold, wealth, education and prosperity. To enter into a bloody medieval past between ruling noble Sienese and Florentine families, as well as Papal machinations for control of Maremma's mineral riches and roads.

It is to taste the spices of marauding Barbary pirates who devasted coastal villages and took slaves. and to find yourself recalling a flavour of Venezia from the mothers and grandmothers of many a Venetian family who came here to drain and work this land not so very long ago.

There is "Tuscan food" in cookbooks and there is Maremma food. Enjoy the exploration.


Maremma Food

Maremma food is some of the simplest of Tuscan fare based as it is upon a very poor existence earnt in a hard and unforgiving land, supplemented by fish from the Tyrrhenian and Ligurians seas.

But its very simplicity - prepared from seasonal ingredients to hand - is what makes it some of the very best food in Italy.

And then the surprises happen. For interwoven amongst the traditional peasant recipes from this very special part of Italy lie some "little gems" of exotic cuisine, that upon first consideration appear so out of place, but which their histories tell are as much a part of this unique land as its bread and water.

The tales of each one reveal ancient legends and international power struggles, the marks of which still influence this land even today.

To eat one of Maremma's speciality dishes is to savour the living history of this wild place. To touch a rich Etruscan past of gold, wealth, education and prosperity. To enter into a bloody medieval past between ruling noble Sienese and Florentine families, as well as Papal machinations for control of Maremma's mineral riches and roads.

It is to taste the spices of marauding Barbary pirates who devasted coastal villages and took slaves. and to find yourself recalling a flavour of Venezia from the mothers and grandmothers of many a Venetian family who came here to drain and work this land not so very long ago.

There is "Tuscan food" in cookbooks and there is Maremma food. Enjoy the exploration.


Maremma Food

Maremma food is some of the simplest of Tuscan fare based as it is upon a very poor existence earnt in a hard and unforgiving land, supplemented by fish from the Tyrrhenian and Ligurians seas.

But its very simplicity - prepared from seasonal ingredients to hand - is what makes it some of the very best food in Italy.

And then the surprises happen. For interwoven amongst the traditional peasant recipes from this very special part of Italy lie some "little gems" of exotic cuisine, that upon first consideration appear so out of place, but which their histories tell are as much a part of this unique land as its bread and water.

The tales of each one reveal ancient legends and international power struggles, the marks of which still influence this land even today.

To eat one of Maremma's speciality dishes is to savour the living history of this wild place. To touch a rich Etruscan past of gold, wealth, education and prosperity. To enter into a bloody medieval past between ruling noble Sienese and Florentine families, as well as Papal machinations for control of Maremma's mineral riches and roads.

It is to taste the spices of marauding Barbary pirates who devasted coastal villages and took slaves. and to find yourself recalling a flavour of Venezia from the mothers and grandmothers of many a Venetian family who came here to drain and work this land not so very long ago.

There is "Tuscan food" in cookbooks and there is Maremma food. Enjoy the exploration.


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