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Jul 312020 Sardinia food guide
Saying Sardinian food immediately reminds to Italian people two words: "porceddu" (piglet) and "carasau" (Sardinian bread). Sardinian cuisine gratifies the most demanding palates with its simple taste full of natural ingredients.
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All over the world there are several representations of the italian traditional agrifood products: food made and packaged in a very similar way to the real italian ones.
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Umbria is considered the heart of Italy. The only region in the center-south that has no outlet on the sea, makes its landscape and artistic beauties the centerpiece of its well-known beauty.
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Truffle Hunting in Umbria is an ancient tradition and the quality truffles in this territory is famous throughout the world. If you are a fan of truffles, you will surely know that the wooded hills of Umbria are an ideal habitat for many kinds of high-quality truffles. Today we will try to learn ...
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Millefoglie di Lasagne: discover how to surprise your guests with this recipe
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From Florence to Rome, from Milan to Palermo, here for you a selection of the best gelaterias in Italy
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Ten high glycemic addresses to start the day, from the traditonal maritozzo to Anglo pancakes, through brioche and croissants strictly based on butter or even just a coffee.
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Ten high glycemic addresses to start the day, from the traditonal maritozzo to Anglo pancakes, through brioche and croissants strictly based on butter or even just a coffee.
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Haven’t you booked your holiday in Sardinia yet? After reading this post, you will probably change your mind. If you already have, you have made the perfect decision.
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A traditional gourmet italian recipe that is quick and easy to cook: tagliatelle al tartufo
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If we are asked to mention an historical coffee house in Italy, our mind goes to the Florian café in Venice. But, what about Rome? Read more to find a selection of the top Roman historical coffee houses.
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Bugie or chiacchiere are just two of the many names that you may hear along the Italian peninsula for these typical fritters. Learn more about this tasty and simple recipe.
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