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Hey friends: in this episode, we'll talk about a great seafood salad from the Amalfi coast outside of Naples, Italy. Driving on the road from Positano to Salerno, also known as the Amalfi Coast, you will witness some of the most divine scenery imaginable. Along this windy coastline, steep rocky slopes rush down to the sea, and tiny villages with colorful houses packed closely together cling to the rugged cliffs. In Campania's heartland, both farm life and cooking are a  testimony to the fertility of the land. Over two thousand years ago,  the Romans had already planted pears, apples, cherry trees, almonds, figs, melons, pomegranates, quince, chestnuts, and vegetables of all kinds, to mention spelled, millet, barley, wheat, and olive trees. Grapes already thrived on the sun-kissed volcanic soil at the foot of Mount Vesuvius.

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