History and curiosities about the mooncake, the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival treat

Tasty and beautiful to look at, mooncakes symbolise the autumn in China. Here's what they are and why they're eaten.

Freeze dryer, what it is and how to use it in the kitchen

Dining 2.0 and the tech advancement in the kitchen: freeze-drying and its use in the kitchen.

Wine Travel Food - July/August 2023

There is a glaring hole in the delivery chain: it concerns food safety and the cleanliness of the containers where food is placed during transport. Here's to find out more about it.

Wine Travel Food - May/June 2023

After ten years of controversy, many of the values underlying the new movement of natural wines are finally affirmed. Find out more in our Wine Travel Food.

It's wedding season. Here are the food-related traditions

No rice in Moldova but wheat, while in Japan people promise eternal love by toasting with sake. Here’s how food-related wedding traditions in Italy and around the globe got their start.

History of broth: the peasant tradition, the French school and the massive bouillon cube industry

The history of broth is lost in the mists of time, a food that conquered the whole world in different forms, until it became one of the protagonists of the post-war food industry. Let's retrace the long journey of broth,...

Dried figs. History of an ancient product and its production

Ancient and delicious, dried figs are a must-have fruit for Christmas. Here are a few interesting facts about this typical festive product.

Holiday pastas, the typical Italian shapes

Choosing the holiday menu is perhaps one of the most difficult to make for Italian gourmets, starting with pasta courses. Here are the typical traditional pastas enjoyed from North to South.

Wine Travel Food - November/December 2022

The 2,000 finalist wines are actually "only" the tip of the iceberg: Vini d'Italia 2023 shows that the level of Italy’s oenology is growing. This and much more in our Wine Travel Food.

Christmas dried fruit and nuts: walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, figs and dates

From walnuts to almonds, from hazelnuts to dates, baskets full of nuts and dried fruit are present in every Italian home at Christmastime.
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