Have you ever wondered what Italians eat during the winter months? Photographer Alessandro Guerani captured the little indulges those young and old favor throughout the country.
From thick and creamy hot chocolate (which has a pudding-like consistency, pictured above) to an elegant zabaglione with crispy savoiardi cookies, Italians definitely know how to eat well even when they're chilled to the bone.
Enjoy the images below and if you get hungry, just browse our extensive collection of Italian recipes where you'll find plenty of dishes to satisfy your cravings.
Zabaglione with Savoiardi Cookies
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