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The piadina: a must on the tables of all Romagna gourmets and beyond. Widespread today all over the world, it is considered the "national food of Romagna".
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Drawing up a list of Italian cities, villages and towns that deserve to be visited would be too long to do. Today, we introdue you to 5 cities to visit at any time of the year
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Iconic place to visit if you plan to spend your holiday in Italy
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If you have the opportunity to come to Italy, and you are in a bar, you might happen to hear this expression from the locals: “Excuse me can I have a prosecchino?". And it is indeed the real Italian Prosecco, not a new revised version!
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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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Savory pies, seasonal vegetables, national cured meat and cheeses, boiled eggs, homemade pasta, and certainly you can’t do without lamb: this is the food that characterizes Easter Sunday lunch. A day of celebration that most Italians prefer to enjoy with their family or loved ones, around the ...
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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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Easter falls on a variable day, depending on lunar cycles, between the end of March and April the 25th, in a period of substantially mild climate throughout Italy.
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