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Mascarpone Cream

Say “Mascarpone Cream” and any good Lombard will answer “Panettone” or “Pandoro”. Pronounce the magic word “Mascarpone Cream” and from Rome to the South of Italy they will say “Tiramisu“. In central Italy and especially in Ferrara they will answer you “Torta Tenerina”. Wherever you put it, you fall well! The Mascarpone Cream is perhaps one

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Prosecco 5 Reasons of its Amazing Success

Prosecco: The 5 reasons Of Its Amazing Success

THE HISTORY OF PROSECCO Prosecco is one of the most loved wines by Italians and not only. Ideal for an aperitif or to accompany any meals with joy. It is the pride of wine production in north-eastern Italy. The story of his name is long and fascinating, dating back to ancient Roman times. Although there

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Brasato al barolo authentic Italian recipe

Brasato al Barolo

When it comes to rich and succulent recipes, the Piedmont region shows off some truly magnificent dishes. What do we find at the top of all the recipes? Brasato al Barolo (Barolo braised beef). A sought-after dish, with a rich and succulent recipe, that is prepared using the Piedmontese red wine of the same name.

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The Veal Milanese History

History Of The Origins Of The Veal Milanese

Contrary to what one might think, the Veal Milanese (Cotoletta alla Milanese), one of the most typical and well-known dishes of Milan together with the Milanese Risotto, has very ancient origins. It is in fact quoted with the name of “lompolos cum panito” in the list of food offered for lunch by an abbot to

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Authentic Cotoletta Milanese Recipe

Milanese Cotoletta

The Milanese is an evergreen dish that everyone always likes, from children to adults. There are those who prefer it thin and crunchy, or those who love it high, with bone and slightly pink inside. Unlike the Viennese, made with pork, the Milanese cutlet is prepared with tender veal which has a more delicate taste.

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5 curiosities about pasta

5 Interesting Curiosities About Pasta

It is one of the basic ingredients of the Mediterranean diet and it’s consume in Italy is over 1 million and 600 thousand tons a year. Pasta, loved and known throughout the world as a symbol of Italian culinary tradition, has a very ancient history, full of nice anecdotes. Here are 5 of the most

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Italian Tagliatella

5 Curiosities That A Few Know About Italian Food

Italian cuisine has developed through centuries of social and economic changes, with roots extending to antiquity. Significant changes have occurred with the discovery of America and the introduction of potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, corn and sugar beets. It’s known for its regional diversity, especially between the North and South of the peninsula, offers an abundance of tastes

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