The typical Roman breakfast features the maritozzo with whipped cream. Where to eat it? Here is our ranking.
One goes to the store with one's own containers, choosing the necessary foods and placing them directly in the bags. Without plastic or other packaging. It's the new (old) concept of shopping on tap, which is back in fashion: here ...Leggi altro
Sardinian cuisine possessed a unique and little known gastronomic identity with traditional specialties like cheese, bread, stuffed pasta and much more.
First food trucks with low-quality food, then more structured restaurants which reflected the country's identity. Phenomenology of the famous American diners.
Wedged between mountains and the sea, the Basilicata region boasts an extensive and varied food tradition. A mix of simple, wholesome and intense flavours, that can be enjoyed beyond regional boundaries. For our glossary series of Italy’s regional riches, here’s ...Leggi altro
Since its opening two years ago, Rome's The Chapter hotel has established itself as a space open to the city. Now it's back with a new Mexican-inspired proposal on the Hey Güey terrace.
Always a favourite street food of Florentines, the lampredotto sandwich is an unmissable product for a taste of authentic Tuscan cuisine. Here's where to find the best in town.
Spread throughout the world, spice blends are crucial ingredients for the success of some dishes. But it is impossible to have a precise recipe: every country, city and family has its own version of spice blends. Here are the most ...Leggi altro
Born in Indonesia and today appreciated almost everywhere, especially by those choosing to give up meat. Here's how to make tempeh.
Crisp and buttery, French croissants are the perfect way to start the day. But there is so much more to taste in the boulangeries: here's what to buy.