April 6 is the day when the whole world celebrates the Italian carbonara, or more commonly known as Carbonara day.
Everything has been said and done about carbonara, so why not go looking for the origin of the dish? We now take for granted that the carbonara belongs to a certain area, requires the ingredients mentioned above but what if the story that we know is not true? What if the original recipe included some other ingredient? And above all, who called this dish "carbonara"? Why did he/she do it? and especially where and when did he/she do it?
With the term Norcineria, in fact, we mean both the art of processing and slaughtering pork by the Norcino, a real professional hired by the families who raised these animals, and the shop where he prepared and sold all products derived from processing.
Let's discover together the history, the development, and the products of this fantastic Italian rural tradition.
Italy is worldwide famous for many things, on top of it we have food, but among all types of food that you can eat in Italy Pasta is for sure the most famous one - with Pizza.
Today we will go through the most famous Italian pasta and where you should try it.