Month: August 2018

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The Black Fragno Truffle

The black Fragno truffle, a delicious underground treasure at the intersection of earth, water and lightning, amazes and fascinates botanists...
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by: Tania Montelatici

Roasted duck

The roasted duck is an ideal recipe to prepare for a special occasion, a festive lunch. You need to season...
182
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by: Tania Montelatici

Prosciutto of Parma Festival

The 21st edition of Prosciutto of Parma Festival will once more be launched under the stars, on Friday 31 August...
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The Calabrian cuisine

Calabrian cuisine is among Italy’s poorest and simplest regional cuisines, yet its flavours are strong. It derives from a poor...
111
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by: Tania Montelatici

Mushroom Soup

It’s a simple, hearty, super creamy soup. Use any kind of mushrooms for this recipe. With few simple ingredients you...
128
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by: Tania Montelatici

Basic rules for food safety in the kitchen

According to EFSA, the European Food Safety Authority, 33% of foodborne illnesses are caused by inappropriate behavior in dealing with...
1062
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by: Redazione

Meatballs with tomato sauce

Meatballs with tomato sauce are a timeless, classic recipe. A great main course, but they are also a yummy dressing...
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Falanghina vine: the Campania’s treasure

The Falanghina vine seems to originate from an ancient greek-balkan vine strain and owes its name to the cultivation method...
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Rabbit all’Ischitana

Rabbit all’Ischitana: it sounds somewhat weird but it is a fact that the most classic dish on the beautiful island...
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by: Redazione

Best ways to store Parmigiano Reggiano cheese

Parmigiano Reggiano is aversatile cheese widely used in cooking since ancient times, but it is important to know how to...
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Sicilian Granita

It seems that the recipe of Sicilian granita derives from an Arab drink: the sherbet, a sorbet flavored with rose...
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Salame di Fabriano

An ancient tradition The origin of Salame di Fabriano is very old and it seems that, between the seventeenth and...
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