A Culinary Trip Around Italy

  • Oct282019

    9 Things You Didn’t Know about Ponte Vecchio in Florence

    1 – The History Ponte Vecchio has a rich history. It crosses at the narrowest point of the Arno river,…

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  • Oct042019

    A Roof to Florence: Fiesole

    Fiesole is one of the most perfect day trips from Florence: it has so much to offer, and it is…

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  • Sep302019

    Red Gold in San Gimignano: a Saffron Story

    Some say that San Gimignano became a rich town thanks to dyed silks, and its medieval tower were often used…

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  • Sep182019

    Seven Curiosities about Sage

    1 Sage is a variable evergreen perennial shrub, with strong taproot and square, woody branching stems up to 75cm/2ft6in tall.…

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  • Sep102019

    Story of an Ancient Recipe: Panforte – How to Make it

    Story of an ancient recipe: Panforte – How to Make it History and legend of Panforte In Siena there is…

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  • Sep022019

    The Signature Dish of Italy: Pappa al Pomodoro

    Now, this is one dish that every single person who ever visits Italy simply must try! We know that Pizza…

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  • Aug272019

    Crostata di Ricotta e Marmellata di Mirtilli !

    We Italians love cheese, we love fresh fruits and we love dessert! So why not combine all three? Well, we…

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  • Aug242019

    Antipasto Platter: What (food) Dreams Are Made of!

    An Antipasti Platter is something, any foodie will tell you, dreams are made of. If you do it right, an…

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  • Aug192019
    Traditional Almond Cookies from Lombardy

    Traditional Amaretti from Lombardy – How to Make it

    Traditional Almond Cookies from Lombardy Amaretti are a  kind of almond cookies typical of Lombardy and, in particular, of a…

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  • Jul232019

    Ricciarelli – A recipe from Medieval Siena

    Ricciarelli are a traditional Italian type of biscuit. Legend tells that Ricciardetto della Gherardesca introduced them in Medieval Siena when he…

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