Month: December 2016

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Nadia Santini Chef – Dal Pescatore Restaurant

Nadia Santini, 3-starred Michelin chef since 1996, enhances the traditional dishes of the Po Valley with her great skill and...
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Amarone: the king of Valpolicella wines

Among Italy’s most world-renowned red wines we have Amarone, produced in Veneto in various municipalities, such as Negrar, Marano, Fumane,...
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The Casizolu cheese from Sardinia

Casizolu is a typical Italian cheese, which is produced in the Montiferru area, near Oristano, Sardinia. It is an ancient...
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Bean Soup

Bean soup is a winter soup, tasty and pretty Italian style. It’s warm, brothy, rich from tomato sauce and ideal...
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Bord Bia Meat Academy

Learning to recognise Premium Quality Bord Bia – Irish Food Board, the government agency dedicated to the promotion of Irish...
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The new Bonci’s Pizzarium: a killer pizza in Rome!

One-of-a-kind pizzas, which skillfully combine the tastes of tradition with a modernity of production and presentation. Also called ‘the Michelangelo...
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Bagna càuda

Bagna cauda is a ​​hot sauce, a traditional dish of the Piedmont Region in the north of Italy. It was...
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Gorgonzola: the more you eat, the more you want

Gorgonzola is among the most renowned cheeses in Italy. It’s produced with whole cow's milk with the addition of lactic...