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While waiting to resume our travels and be able to reserve a meal in a special restaurant, we are delighted to list here below the 2021 Michelin starred restaurants located throughout the country.
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Tagsfood, travel, luxury, wine
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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When the cold weather hits and winter is at the door, comfort food will keep you warm and give your body the energy it needs to fight the cold. Italians from north to south look forward to the cooler temperatures to start cooking their favorite hearty meals using seasonal vegetables and produce.
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Winter is an ideal time to visit Italy. Not only are there fewer tourists and shorter wait times at the museums and monuments, but there are many unique festivities and traditions only found this time of year. The Christmas season lasts from December 8th, the date of Immaculate Conception of Mary, ...
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Giorgio Locatelli is one of the finest Italian chefs in the UK and the world. He founded and directs the Locanda Locatelli restaurant, one of the finest Michelin-starred restaurants in London, noted as much for its conviviality as the quality of its food.
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Tagsfood, recipes
Nov 062020 A taste of autumn
Wine, oil, apples: these are just some of the foods produced in Italy in October and November, ideal months thanks to the temperatures that are still not too cold. But what exactly are the local Italian products, to be enjoyed in company? Here are some typical products to delight your palates.
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The precious white truffle, the scientific name ‘Tuber Magnatum Pico’, is considered the truffle par excellence because it has a significant important trade role. Its specific taste and its aromatic smell make the white truffle a very appreciated ingredient in the kitchen and it is considered ...
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A typical food of the Mediterranean area, an ancient and valuable product, known and used since ancient times, olive oil is the most used fat in the Mediterranean diet.
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There are many curiosities surrounding Tuscany and we want to reveal ten of them that perhaps you did not know.
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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 a land particularly suited to viniculture. Its moderate climate and gentle rolling hills that favor exposure to the sun, all contribute to making such excellent Umbrian wines, produced by the winegrowers of the region since ancient times.
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