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Colorful offerings of marinated vegetables such as, artichoke hearts, roasted red peppers or salty olives in oils or vinegars, perfect addition to any antipasto!

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Vegetables could be used as little and fast appetizer, for flavour ready-made rice recipes or for create different type of cream to spread on the slices of bread when there’s nothing in the fridge!

As vegetable appetizer we could have Capers, sun-dried tomatoes or stuffed chili peppers; or we could have many different creams made by mushroom,chili pepper, zucchini and olives.

 

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Balsamic Vinegar PDO

Balsamic Vinegar PDO

The grapes for the production of traditional balsamic vinegar PDO of Modena must be produced in the traditional territory of the Province of Modena. Similarly, processing and bottling must also take place in the provincial area. Balsamic Vinegar PDO Charachteristics...

Paccheri Pasta

Paccheri Pasta

Neapolitan paccheri perfectly absorb condiments and blend with any ingredient thanks to their convexity and their rough surface retain the sauces and guarantee an incomparable taste….

Pasta and Cheese Pairings

Pasta and Cheese Pairings

Pasta and cheese...a happy marriage that has its roots in very remote times. In the Italian tradition, pasta can be seasoned in many ways, but without the cheese something is often lost: it is an ingredient that enhances the goodness of pasta, enhances the intense...

How Much does it Weigh Grana Padano?

How Much does it Weigh Grana Padano?

Have you ever wondered how much a form of Grana Padano cheese weighs? Or how much milk does it take to make it? Or, again: what size is it? Today we try to answer all these curiosities.     Grana Padano Production Process 1,000 liters of raw milk are first...

Lasagne Pasta

Lasagne Pasta

Lasagna is a typical first course of Emilian gastronomy, a recipe known and appreciated throughout Italy plus it is also the Italian Sunday dish par excellence….

Pappardelle Pasta

Pappardelle Pasta

Pappardelle are a type of pasta of the Tuscan homemade tradition, made of a mixture of flour, eggs and salt combined with art to form wide strips, rustic and rough to the touch…

Fusilli

Fusilli

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…

Aquilian Saffron

Aquilian Saffron

Aquilian safforn is the best in the world…That’s also because saffron has origins from the island of Crete and has spread throughout the East, in fact, the development in Abruzzo has something casual and miraculous…

Dosage of Saffron

Dosage of Saffron

The dosage of saffron to put in a recipe obviously depend on what you have to do and the chef's inspiration...If you are making the classic Milanese risotto we generally recommend a dose of 12/15 threads per serving (80-90 grams of rice), or 0.15 grams for a risotto...

Easter Muffin Recipe with Parmesan

Easter Muffin Recipe with Parmesan

There is this Easter Muffin Recipe with Parmesan that is used every year in Italy as a way to celebrate the holiday. The ingredients are connected to the history of easter, sacrality and christianity. Bread is Christ bread of life, wine and his blood, meat is his...

Balsamic Vinegar PGI

Balsamic Vinegar PGI of Modena is produced in the territories of the province of Modena and, although the name does not suggest it, also in those of the province of Reggio Emilia. It is a lower quality vinegar than PDO. More widespread, cheaper, but also less pure. As...

Pizzoccheri Pasta

Pizzoccheri Pasta

Pizzoccheri Pasta are a type of pasta which is very fresh and its shape is made with a mixture of buckwheat flour, strong flour and water.The history of pizzoccheri takes us to Valtellina, to be precise to Teglio, a splendid village in the province of Sondrio. Teglio...

History of Saffron

History of Saffron

The history of saffron starts since ancient times, it is mentioned in Greek myths and in the Bible. For centuries our Crocus Sativus has been appreciated in the kitchen and has always been considered precious, so much so that it is a symbol of wealth.   About Saffron...

Saffron in Pistils

Saffron in Pistils

Using pure saffron is very simple, we will explain in 3 steps how to use saffron pistils (or more correctly stigmas) for your recipes. The spice called saffron is obtained from the stigmas of the Crocus sativus flower, belonging to the Iridaceae family. Successfully...

Parmesan Aged Over 12 Months

Parmesan Aged Over 12 Months

Parmesan aged over 12 months is the youngest Parmigiano Reggiano, which is the minimum seasoning for the Consortium to be able to give it the D.O.P.     Ageing Phase The aging phase is a crucial step to obtain an excellent Parmigiano Reggiano, in fact, once the...

Healthy Foods for Fitness

Healthy Foods for Fitness

Healthy foods for fitness are incredibly important and crucial for the proper rigeneration of the muscle tissue and in order to have the perfect energy to train.     Micro and Macronutrients A healthy and varied diet is able to provide all the macro and...

Giusti Balsamic Vinegar: Giuseppe Giusti

Giusti Balsamic Vinegar: Giuseppe Giusti

Balsamic vinegar, to be perfect has to have salient parameters such as the dark brown color, full and bright, the intense smell, which hides grape aromas and hints of wood wines, the agro resulting from the slow acetification, and the complexity of the aromas...

Why Extra Virgin Oil is better

Why Extra Virgin Oil is better

Just 50 ml of extra virgin olive oil with a high phenolic content is enough to improve endothelial function. The reports on the effects on the cardiovascular system of olive oils should specify the category and characteristics of the product: it is the extra virgin...

Taralli History

Taralli History

Taralli is an exceptional and peculiar type of crunchy bread that has the shape of a ring, nowadays is eaten by everyone, but back when it was invented only the poor ate it.

Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

Balsamic vinegar of Modena, thanks to its unmistakable bitter-sweet flavor that lend itself to the most varied combinations in the kitchen, to its velvety density, which is a real pleasure for the palate, has distinguished itself all over the world, soon becoming...

Cheese Pairings With Prosciutto

Cheese Pairings With Prosciutto

Cheese pairings with prosciutto play an important role when creating the perfect prosciutto board. And depending on the type of meats - prosciutto, coppa, speck, porchetta - one can pair different types of cheese. So we gathered some suggestions: • Among all the nice...