typical italian food

Typical Italian food

The Val D’Aosta region has a real treasury of typical specialities, the most conspicuous of them being the Fontina Valdostana – a pale yellow cheese consisting of whole milk from cows grazing on mountainous areas at about 2,500 m asl. Fontina cheese is the final touch or the main ingredient of a host of local and, more generally, lots of national dishes. Its […]

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Italian food manufacturers

When we speak about Italy, we immediately relate to its delicious, diversified, healthy  food. Most superior Italian products are exported all over the world which allows for making its culinary culture wider and wider. Nowadays many products are easily found in supermarkets, deli-shops and stores overseas. As to cold cuts, Italy primarily exports its finest Parma ham whose […]

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italian wines

Italian wines

 When you think about  Italian cuisine,     you are likely to come up with spaghetti, pizza and mozzarella; but these are only a  few  examples of what  Italian cuisine is like and if you have ever been to Italy you might know that there are as many local dishes and specialities as the region and each […]

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italian cuisine

Italian cuisine

 The Marche region enjoys a splendid position and encompasses the imapassible Sibillini mountain range to the west, rolling hills in the middle and the beautiful Riviera del Conero with its crystal-clear sea to the east, offering a variety of remarkable local products too. When the region was included in the Papal State it was regarded as the area’s […]

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Italian typical dishes

Italian typical dishes

Many people, especially the Italians, regard eating both a necessity and a most pleasurable moment: eating for them  is synonymous with relaxing, enjoying a nice break from work, savoring the best nature can give you.  It does not reallyl make much difference whether you eat at home or out in a restaurant, meals will always comprise seasonal produce […]

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Italian typical meals

Italian typical meals

If you are in Italy for the first time, you will be amazed at the diversity of the regional food, each and every Italian region is characterized by its own typical recipes. In Italy three-course meals a day is the rule. On Sundays however, or in case you have guests, antipasto or an appetizer is usually […]

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Buy honey online

Honey is perhaps one of the best natural products, that can be used in so many ways: spread on bread, swapped for sugar with tea or coffee, used as a reinvigorator for when you are tired to give you new energy. There is a host of varieties for honey depending on the place of origin. If it’s superior honey […]

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Traditional Italian products

Traditional Italian products

Italy is a popular country and a favourite tourist destination both for its incomparable works of art and also for its cuisine that is regarded one of the best all over the world, which explains why Italian Restaurants can be found in every corner of the Earth. Some of the great traditional Italian products ? The Parma and San Daniele […]

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Italy’s Cheese manufacturers

  Italian cookery often blends lots of different, preferably fresh and seasonal ingredients so as to taste the real flavour of the best recipes that have made its cuisine so popular all around the world. Traditionally, when eating pasta you will add a little Parmesan cheese just to enhance the taste. Some other times you will use xtra-virgin olive […]

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wine and spirits made in Italy

Italy’s wines and spirits

Italy’s different climates,  plants and fruit allow for producing a world of fine typical wines and spirits. If you are travelling the country, you may notice that equally superb wines and spirits vary according to the region yo are visiting. Finding a retailer of original Italian wines and spirits made in Italy is not an easy […]

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