Italian coffee: a bitter treasure with an ancient origin

Italian coffee: a bitter treasure with an ancient origin

It is one of the most old heritage of the Italian tradition and a great part of the typical Italian routine. Its origin is as ancient as charming and covers an international surface. You can’t go to Naples and don’t drink a real Italian coffee: caffè...
Tuscan wines and food, the best match

Tuscan wines and food, the best match

Tuscany probably is the main Italian region for the wine production and sales. Not only on a national basis, but also from an international perspective. Italy has always been in competition with France for the wine dominance all over the world, but Italy, and in...
The long journey of cookbooks through different historical times

The long journey of cookbooks through different historical times

The secret behind Italian cuisine Nowadays Italian cuisine enjoys widespread popularity, as well as several particular regional traditions. Among Italians, the different and typical recipes play a huge role in everyday life and they are regarded as a symbol of pride...
Carciofi alla Giudia as a Jewish gift in the very heart of Rome

Carciofi alla Giudia as a Jewish gift in the very heart of Rome

Among the many Roman food traditions, Carciofi alla Giudia are maybe less known than other recipes, but that doesn’t make them less delicious! The artichoke is a main product in Rome. Along with Carbonara, Gricia and Amatriciana, artichokes are regarded as a...
Sweet treat in the heart of Palermo: chocolate Arancine

Sweet treat in the heart of Palermo: chocolate Arancine

We have already talked about classic Arancine, but their time is not over yet – what about a chocolate variety? Among their several food specialties, Arancine are the pride of Sicilian people. But be careful on how you call them: arancine or arancini? It depends...
Focaccia and Farinata: the perfect lunch break

Focaccia and Farinata: the perfect lunch break

When you feel like having a tasty but quick lunch, a delicious snack or a side dish to your aperitif, a piece of focaccia and a slice of farinata could be just perfect! Both soft and crunchy, these two Italian delicacies are the symbols of the Genoese cuisine and...