Filter and espresso coffee, enjoyed with cakes, club sandwiches, croque-monsieurs, cupcakes and vegan proposals: in Florence, quality coffee shops are increasingly in tune with international cuisine. But there are also places that offer traditional Tuscan dishes. Here are our favourites.
From classic Lecce-style coffee to Vietnamese cà phê đá: ideal recipes for enjoying coffee even on the hottest days.
Cornetto and cappuccino like the locals do, surely, but also cookies, sandwiches, pancakes, vegan brioches: the best breakfast in Rome is found in these places.
The Portuguese morning breakfast alternates sweet and savoury delicacies, from the famous pastel de nata to the lesser known (but equally delicious) torradas. Here are the most popular dishes for breakfast and a tasty recipe that can be recreated at ...Leggi altro
More or less sweet, with elegant floral and red fruit notes: introducing cascara, an infusion prepared starting from the dried husks of the coffee drupe, to be enjoyed hot or cold. All the details here.
In Lecce “caffè con ghiaccio” is a sacred ritual. The inventor is Antonio Quarta, but the beverage’s roots plunge deep in antiquity and far from the Italian peninsula. Vietnam to Australia, the history of the Puglia beverage.
The coffee prepared with a moka pot continues to be the favorite of many Italians, who also prefer it to espresso at the coffee bar. But to brew a proper beverage it's not enough to rely on tradition: we need ...Leggi altro
Corretto, lungo, ristretto, but also on ice, Fano-style, Padua-style... voilà the expressions of coffee in Italy.
For many there is only espresso, but there are also folks who prefer beverages with a less intense flavour. Here are some ideas for replacing coffee at home or at the coffee bar.
From Rio to Melbourne, by way of Cape Town and Mumbai: the new book by Fabio Parasecoli explains the development of the style of contemporary eateries, coffee shops.