Forms and types of pasta (part 3)
Tubini - Tubini. Pasta in the form of simple tubes of medium size. It is distinguished by the possibility of cooking using quick frying. Vermicelli - Vermicelli. Translated from Italian,…

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Restaurant L'Immagine
Italy, Milan, Via Varesina, 61 20156 Milano, Italia DISPLAY ON MAP Average bill: $ 20-50 (per person) Type of cuisine: Italian + (39 239) 264564ww.limmaginebistrot.it The restaurant in Milan is…

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Burger Il Panino Tondo
Burger in Florence is a worthy alternative to Italian pizza and panini, which can be found at every step in the city. Il Panino Tondo is a traditional American fast…

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Time for real Italian pizza: 7 best recipes at home (part 1)

Birth Story If you go to Italy for real pizza, you can be a little disappointed. This dish, firmly entrenched in the menu of Russian pizzerias, has nothing to do with the Italian counterpart. And, according to many travelers, our product is tastier! Unexpectedly, right? Chefs have long adapted the recipe to Russian taste preferences. And we love pizza with a rich, diverse filling. Italy’s traditional pizza is thin pastry and an even thinner layer of filling with two or three ingredients. To understand why Italian pizza looks like this, you need to turn to history. Continue reading

Culinary Guide to Italy. Part I. Northern Italy
Italian culinary traditions have evolved over the centuries, absorbing elements of Greek, Arabic and Northern European cuisine, as well as neighboring France, Austria, Switzerland and the Balkans. Therefore, do not…

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Кафе Chiaroscuro Florence
Cafe in Florence is located on one of the central streets of the city - Via del Corso, stretching between Piazza Signoria and Piazza Duomo. A cozy and hospitable establishment…

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Italian focaccia - wheat tortilla (part 1)
Italian Focaccia (Focaccia) - one of the most popular ancient types of bread that have survived to this day. This crispy bread was born thanks to the ingenuity of the…

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Italian pasta - pasta types, recipes, appearance (part 1)
The story of the appearance According to one legend, the Venetian merchant Marco Polo brought pasta to Europe from his trip to China, but historians have denied this version. Researchers…

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