Tag Archive for: tradition

Neaples, seaside and Impepata di Cozze!

Who's in the mood for sea breeze and fresh fish? Here's a recipe…
san valentino, cuore, heart

Valentine’s Day: 10 of best Italian restaurants in Berlin for your romantic dinner!

The most romantic day of the year is approaching!   February…
Torrone e nougat

Torrone: the Christmas treat par excellence

Torrone is a traditional Italian treat widespread throughout…

The Aperitivo, an all-Italian experience

For those who grow up in Italy, the aperitivo is a moment that…

Wine tasting, gift cards giveaway, new specialties on the menu… Here are the True Italian Food News of the week!

True Italian Food News: our must-go for the weekend! Our favourite…

Sweet truffles, a real cuddle

Chocolate truffles reached their peak in the 80's and 90's,…
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The regional cuisine: welcome to Molise

Molise is a small Italian region that offers a rich cuisine,…

Pizza, 12 things that you may not know about the world’s most famous Italian dish

There’s who bought it with Bitcoins, who delivers it by plane,…

So easy, so delicious: the Fregolotta cake

The important thing is to share it until the last "fregola" The…

Torta paradiso: a piece of heaven

Torta Paradiso is the most classic of Italian dessert It is…

Grana Padano and Parmigiano Reggiano: two different twins

The two most popular sorts of Italian cheese, Grana Padano and Parmigiano Reggiano, might look just the same, but these two are actually differentiable.

Vin brûlé: the perfect winter beverage  

Vin brûlé is Europeans' favourite beverage during winter. What not everyone know is that this type of beverage has antique origins and different variations. 

Penne lisce or penne rigate? Obviously PENNE LISCE. But why?

What is the type of Penne Italians prefer? Lisce (smooth) or Rigate (with little grooves on it), and why do they choose one or the other?