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Fusilli are a type of pasta, originally from Campania. In Gragnano, to these days, they are made by hand, rolling spaghetti with a wire and then drying them…
So what's the difference between PDO and PGI Tuscan olive oil? The distinction lies in the production process. The acronym PDO stands for Protected Designation of Origin, while IGP stands for Protected Geographical Indication. In the case of DOP products, all the...
Italy is a land of mushrooms. A lot of North of Italy mushrooms come from the Alps to the Apennines, where mushroom hunters who, armed with baskets and badges for the authorization of the collection, set out in the woods. The porcino continues to be the most coveted...
May 2020, there has been the creation of the new PDO Aeolian Capers. The production of this new PDO currently stands at 600-700 quintals a year and about half comes from Salina.
Photo credit: Flickr The weaving process of the white Garlic braid in Piacenza (Emilia Region) is a heritage passing from father and son (or better from mother and daughter). Garlic bulbs are extracted from the ground with the help of your hands, or at most with a...
Romagna is a region of northern Italy that, together with Emilia, forms the Emilia-Romagna region. It is known as an Italian land rich in history, beauty, and typical culinary tradition.
Naples is the capital of the Campania region, in the south of Italy. It is rich in important historical events but is considered one of the most influential cities of the West for cultural, political, economic, religious and social reasons.
Milan is the capital of the Lombardy region, in northern Italy. Its origins date back to the 6th century when a Celtic population decided to lay the foundations of their own kingdom. With the passing centuries, the city became more important, both for its artistic beauty and for trade with other cities, in fact, it is in a strategic position in the center of northern Italy. Later, it became the capital of the Roman Empire of the West.
Turin is the capital of the Piedmont region and is considered one of Italy’s most important university, artistic, tourist, scientific and cultural centers.
Biella is a small town in Piedmont famous in the textile sector and with a large culinary tradition in which cheese reigns over all other products.
The Cinque Terre landscape is a stretch of coastline of the Ligurian east coast where there are five little villages: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore.
Sardinia island is famous for its beaches and the beautiful color of the sea, but it also has a rich and ancient culinary tradition, handed down from generation to generation.
Mantova is the Italian capital of culture. It is famous for its artistic heritage, but also for its culinary tradition.
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