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Italians’ favorite musts for Christmas

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Italians’ favorite musts for Christmas

In Italy, Christmas Eve dinner is traditionally made with seafood, the Christmas lunch is typically meat-based and can last for hours.  Like everything else in Italy, exact Christmas foods depend on the region. But here are some of Italians’ favorite musts!

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The elements of an excellent Extra Virgin Olive Oil: The Price

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The elements of an excellent Extra Virgin Olive Oil: The Price

Olive oil is one of the most important ingredients of Italian Cusine. An Excellent Olive oil has several components, today we will analyze the price of the Olive Oil. 

Although it is sad to say, price is the first indicator that must be considered when choosing extra virgin olive oil.

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Pasta al forno: Fettuccine with pistachio pesto, burrata & mortadella Bologna IGP

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Pasta al forno: Fettuccine with pistachio pesto, burrata & mortadella Bologna IGP

In Today's we wanted to take our great classic, the Sicilian Pistachio pesto with burrata and mortadella and we combined it with a perfect pasta cut for baking, the fettuccine. We are ready to make the Pasta al Forno! See more in the blog!

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Italian Sounding: Why you should care

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Italian Sounding: Why you should care

If you have ever been to a no-Italian supermarket you have certainly seen many Italian products in name but not, in fact, something that sounds incredible and shameful.

This is the Italian Sounding. Let’s dig a bit on this topic.

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The Red Gold of Vesuvius: Pomodorino del Piennolo del Vesuvio D.O.P.

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The Red Gold of Vesuvius: Pomodorino del Piennolo del Vesuvio D.O.P.

Tomato is a very famous and appreciated ingredient in Italy, is used in many traditional recipes and is much loved by Italian. But do you know its origins?
Discover more in this week article! 

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