The large-scale retail trade has brought wonderful looking food to our tables, with a long shelf life and an annual seasonality and above all at a very cheap price.
In contrast to this, and fortunately, we begin to speak of organic.
But what does organic mean? Learn more in this article.
Pistachio is certainly one of the most re-evaluated food products in recent years.
In every restaurant, pizzeria, or pastry shop, at least one pistachio-based dish is always present on the menu.
Even on social networks, videos and photos of exquisite preparations are popular where the predominant color is the characteristic green of this fantastic fruit.
In short: pistachio is now a real "Trend Food" that everyone seems to like. This, also because, with its characteristic flavour, it lends itself very well to many combinations, both sweet and savoury.
Italian food is easy to find all over the world, there are many Italian restaurants that are open day after day both in large cities and in small towns, but how many of these manage to transmit and serve real food and true culture Italian? Not many.
But why is all this happening?
Like all mass-produced products the replica of the product itself emerge and the same also applies to Italian cuisine.
"Discovering wine" is a series of articles focused on discovering the whole universe that lies behind the production of wine. The first article deals with the history of winemaking from the techniques used for the winemaking up to the maturation phase of this last.
We wish you a good reading.