Italian Panini: let’s discover the most popular
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by Federica Sette
1d ago
The Italian panini is a classic that will never fade. Whether for a snack, a light lunch or a dinner with friends, panini is always a good idea! Let’s discover the most popular Italian panini. The origins of the Italian Panini Nothing simpler than two slices of bread holding stuff inside. The Italian Panini has always existed and, like many other fundamental Italian dishes, it boasts Ancient Roman origins. In fact, in ancient Rome they used to enjoy not only the yummy focaccia, stuffed with game and vegetables. They could also savor the popular Panis ac Perna. This stands literally for bread a ..read more
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Discover the top 5 of the best Sicilian desserts!
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by Federica Sette
1M ago
Sicily is famous not only for its breathtaking landscapes, but also for its delicious culinary tradition. In particular for its typical and iconic desserts. Discover the top 5 of the best Sicilian desserts! Sicilian desserts In Sicily the link between territory and desserts has an deep meaning. In fact, it connects with history, mythology and also religion. Indeed, Sicily is a land rich in history and traditions, thanks to the different populations who have left their mark in some way. Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans, French, Spanish. First of all the Greeks brought with them almon ..read more
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Gelato in spring: what flavors should we expect?
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by Federica Sette
1M ago
Homemade gelato is a pleasure available all year round. However, in spring the gelato flavors are even more than in winter and it’s hard to choose. So, what flavors should we expect from gelato in spring? Strawberry The queen of spring fruit. The strawberry season is from April to June. In this period, strawberry gelato is one of the most popular. But strawberry is one of the fruits that is best suited to the preparation of desserts and to pairing with the most famous Italian desserts, including Tiramisù. Also, strawberries are perfect for granita, cheesecake, custard tarts, and so on. Italy i ..read more
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May 20th: World Bee Day. The Italian honey
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by Federica Sette
1M ago
May 20: Let’s celebrate World Bee Day! A world without these little workers would not be possible. They are the only ones who can provide us with one of the best products in the world: honey! Let’s see the different varieties of the Italian honey. The importance of pollinators World Bee Day was only established a few years ago. In fact, recently it’s more and more essential to raise public awareness of the importance of these insects. Life on this planet would be much more difficult without them, since the role of pollinators is fundamental. First of all it allows the reproduction of many plan ..read more
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Eat What You Want Day! The tastiest Italian foods
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by Federica Sette
2M ago
May 11th is the eat what you want day. It’s about having one day a year of eating with no regrets. Let’s see together what the tastiest Italian foods are. Eat what you want May 11th is the day dedicated to feeling free to eat what we prefer. At least for one day a year, without regrets. In fact, the Eat What You Want Day is an anniversary that aims to reflect on the obsession with weight and the acceptance of one’s body. It is not right to turn into a constant worry our relationship with food, but it is important to re-establish a balance between mental and physical health. For this reason, ea ..read more
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What dessert should I bring? Let’s see what is the perfect dessert to bring to a dinner
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by Federica Sette
2M ago
The question is always the same: what dessert should I bring tonight? It’s not easy to choose. Let’s see together what is the perfect dessert to bring when they invite us to a dinner, to be the super guest. For a formal dinner: Have we been invited to an important dinner, with people we don’t know and in a formal and elegant environment? Or maybe at a business dinner? Our intuition might make us believe that a spectacular dessert, from a well-known or trendy pastry brand, would be the perfect dessert to bring to a dinner like this. Unfortunately, the etiquette of dinner invitations, called Gal ..read more
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The perfect Italian aperitivo. Let’s discover the best in Rome.
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by Federica Sette
2M ago
The aperitivo in Italy is now an irreplaceable ritual. A moment of relax and carefreeness. Let’s see together what are the ingredients for the perfect Italian aperitivo and discover the best aperitivo in Rome. The origins of the Italian aperitivo We have to thank the ancient Greeks if today we can enjoy a fantastic aperitivo. The word Aperitivo derives from the Latin aperitivus which means to open. In fact, the aperitivo prepares the stomach, stimulating the appetite for the next meal. In the 5th century BC, the Greek doctor Hippocrates starts prescribing a medicine to his patients suffering f ..read more
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Italian bars: a cultural thing. Let’s see which are the oldest bars in Rome
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by Federica Sette
2M ago
Italian bars, symbol of Italy, like pizza or spaghetti. The bar, a sacred place for Italians, is not only a cultural thing, but also means sharing. Let’s see together which are the oldest bars in Rome. Brief history of Italian bars A first example of a place similar to a bar, for gathering and consuming food and drinks already existed in ancient Rome. It was the Roman Taberna, where you could always find hot food and wine. However, for coffee we have to wait a little longer. The famous dark beverage was discovered by chance in Ethiopia, when a shepherd noticed that his goats were much more act ..read more
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The Italian Risotto. Let’s see where to eat the best in Rome!
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by Federica Sette
2M ago
The Italian Risotto: a dish originally from northern Italy but now representative of the whole country. Let’s see together where to eat the best risottos in Rome (in our opinion), and discover the story behind the dish. Before Risotto: the origins of rice in Italy We can say with certainty that the origins of rice are from China. Then, it spread to Mesopotamia, Egypt and reached the Arabs. In ancient Rome, romans considered it a medicine and used it as a decoction for dysentery and intoxications. However, how rice entered Italy is still uncertain. Although it is one of the typical dishes of no ..read more
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The Italian Laced Coffee: a ritual that combines coffee and liqueur
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by Federica Sette
2M ago
The Italian laced coffee is what we need after the great binges of Easter and Easter Monday! The perfect ritual to work off all the holiday delicacies and enjoy the amazing aroma of the coffee and the personality of the liqueur. The origins of Italian laced coffee An all-Italian habit for about a hundred years. For the Italian laced coffee, we combine espresso with something else. Usually a liqueur. This can vary depending on the tastes of each person, but above all on Italian regional habits. We know well that Italy has a long history of culinary traditions that are closely linked to the regi ..read more
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