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italian cuisine

Italian Cuisine

Italian cuisine has always been known for its garlic, its olive oil, its tomatoes, its weakness for wine, and for that uncanny way it had of defying the rules: the more you eat the healthier you are. Well, the real lesson Italian cuisine taught the world is a simple one: it’s all about what you eat and the quality of the ingredients you use. Olive oil is not just oil. Tomatoes must be fresh. Garlic is good for the hearth and red wine is great as long as it’s good. This indicates how more and more people are coming to appreciate the unique versatility of Italian cuisine, as it promotes simple cooking, in the respect of each ingredient’s single flavor, appearance and texture. As a sign of further development, many are coming to understand how Italy doesn’t have only one Italian cuisine, but several regional gastronomic identities. The world has started to distinguish between Emilia Romagna’s freshly made egg tortellini and Puglia’s buckwheat spaghetti. And coming to love italian cuisine and food.

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Enjoy Italian comfort food at its best with this three-ingredient pasta dish that is quick and easy to make.
Get the recipe for a warm and comforting chicken soup with chicken meatballs and S.Pellegrino Stelline pasta. 
A winter recipe with a rich flavour? Try Tuscan pastina and beans, a quick and easy recipe taken from La Grande Cucina delle Osteria d'Italia.
Pasta amatriciana.
Italian amatriciana: history and tips
Amatriciana is a source of Italian pride: here are the rules for making this famous pasta sauce.
This fresh crab salad dressed with lemon and olive oil brings the best of summer to your table.
A delicious recipe for vegetable Italian pizza with tomatoes, mozzarella and mixed herbs.
Panna cotta with strawberries, sorbet and sugar work.
Everything you need to know about Italian panna cotta
Learn about traditional Italian panna cotta, a delicious creamy pudding you can't miss.
A zero-waste recipe with intense flavours from the Raffilù restaurant in Peschiera del Garda, Italy.
chef Chiara Pavan
Italy’s Green Gastronomy Stars
From Venice to Sicily, eco-centric fine dining is sweeping Italy, where 48 restaurants hold the new Michelin Green Star designation. We meet some of the Italian chefs making strides in sustainability.
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