In Tuscany, especially in Florence, you can taste one the Italian best wine ever. Wine is a sort of tradition.
In 1111 P.C. Henry V of Germany planned to conquer Rome with his army, to receive the crown of Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire from Pope Pasquale II. In his entourage, there was also a special figure: the bishop Johannes Defuk, who was a wine specialist.
Panettone with almonds – photo by waoo.it
The legend says that on Christmas Eve, the Duke Ludovico il Moro, Lord of Milan, decided to organize a big party in his court.
Trattoria is a sort of institution in the Eternal city, if you are in Rome you cannot miss to go and eat at a trattoria. Read more
What is it?
Gianduiotto is a typical sweet of Turin and it seems a little overturned ship, which has become an icon of the town and it is known all over the world. Read more
The kisses of Romeo and Juliet are typical pastries made in Verona, prepared with almonds and hazelnuts. Read more
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Between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, in the region of the upper Marca Trevigiana, not far from Venice there are particular “gardens”: very special vineyards that cover the hills of Veneto. Read more
Typical “tortellini” – photo by cardamomoandco.ifood.it
Called Turtlèn in Bologna and Turtlein in Modena, the name of this amazing Italian product comes from a diminutive of torta (“pie” in English). Read more
People who live in Venice cannot quit them: the tramezzino and spritz are a tradition, a part of the daily routine. Read more