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Holiday pastas, the typical Christmas 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.

Vitello tonnato. Origin, history and lore

The origin of vitello tonnato, a dish that has undergone many variations over time.

The legendary Amarena Fabbri crock cannot be copied. The ruling in China awards Italian design

Designed almost a hundred years ago, the famous crock painted with blue floral motifs on a white background contains an equally famous product worldwide, Amarena Fabbri. A ruling of the Shanghai court prohibits counterfeiting, considering "the high reputation of the...

The natural and sparkling push of the Great north

On the one hand, Sweden, with its monopolies and a surge in sales of Italian bubbles. On the other hand, Denmark, the realm of micro-importers, where natural wines and brands (rather than denominations) are driving consumption. Nordic route for the...

Buffalo mozzarella in Hungary: a business story from Italy

Since 2016 a group of farmers and food technologists has been producing a real Italian buffalo mozzarella in Hungary. Here's the whole story.

Top Italian Restaurants in Copenaghen

Where to eat and drink if you're in Copenaghen missing italian food. Here are the best places according to our Top Italian Restaurants guide.

Top 5 pizzas in New York

Eating a good pizza in New York has never been easier: there are several Italian places where real Italian pies can be enjoyed. These are the 5 best selected by our guide.

2018 in food: what happened during the Year of Italian Food

42 billion euro is the figure reached for the first time by Italian food exports in 2018. A record obtained precisely in the "Year of Italian Food," which featured a number of projects and events of all kinds to promote...

Wine buy of the month. Cannonau di Sardegna '16

Hints of small fruit and nuances of rose, a spicy touch and delicate tannins: here is the Cannonau di Sardegna '16 by Antonella Corda.

For the French, Italy is the leading country in the wine market

According to a French study, Italy obtains the leading position in the wine market thanks to its native grapes and competitive prices. All the results.
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