Forms and types of pasta (part 1)
Today, the market offers more than 350 types of various forms of pasta. Moreover, their amazing variety can vary from classic tubes to tennisrackets. Almost any significant event in the…

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Restaurant Gallo Cedrone
Italy, about. Sicily, Via Alcide de Gasperi, 34 98030 Castelmola ME, ItalySHOW ON MAP Average bill: $ 20-50 (per person) Type of cuisine: Italian + (39 094) 263 20 45…

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Review of roman restaurant La Viletta
La Viletta restaurant, which is a trattoria-pizzeria, we discovered by chance in early April while walking around the Roman district of Trastevere with our guests from South Africa, Chibon and…

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Pizza

Pizza is a superstar of Italian cuisine. A national dish with crispy pastry, juicy filling, melted cheese and aromatic tomato sauce – the embodiment of a taste for life and just incredibly mouth-watering healthy food. If you like pizza just like us, join the blog about the best Italian cuisine and everything related to it.

Each cook has his own secrets of “perfect taste”
The main rule of Transpizza is a classic in the choice of ingredients: natural products, sauces without flavor enhancers, cheeses without the addition of vegetable fats. We cook pizza in an Italian oven according to traditional recipes that best convey the taste and aroma of selected ingredients – pepperoni, parmesan, mozzarella, and ripe tomatoes. Continue reading

10 main dishes of Roman cuisine

Going to Rome, I want to completely immerse ourselves in its atmosphere, get acquainted with the cultural traditions and features of life. Authentic cuisine plays an important role in this matter. You will be surprised, but the culinary art of Italy is not at all limited to pizza and pasta. Take advantage of our rating of the ten best dishes of Roman cuisine, be sure to try the Eternal City to taste! Saltimbocca A dish with the playful name Saltimbocca, which literally means “jump in your mouth”, rightfully tops our ranking of local culinary achievements. Delicate veal escalope with bacon melting in your mouth – invented and is the hallmark of the cuisine of Northern Italy, but very popular in Rome. Served with aromatic white wine sauce. Bucatini all’amatriciana In Russian reading – bucatini al amatriciana. Bucatini pasta (thick spaghetti with a hole) is sprinkled with sauce invented in Amatrice, a town in the north of the Lazio region. The base of the sauce is guanchale (pork cheek) and dense plum-like tomatoes. Continue reading

Russian or Italian pizza ?!

Russian pizza became popular in the 1990s, when foreign goods began to arrive on the market.

In Russian pizza, pizza pizza uses a wide variety of ingredients. The most important thing in Russian pizza is the correctly prepared dough. With regards to pizza additives, there are no criteria here, you can give free rein to your imagination. Mostly Russian pizza uses meat and vegetable additives. Seafood pizza has become very popular. Do not forget about the sauce, which is also the most diverse. These are tomato, creamy sauces, pesto sauce, sauces with the addition of various herbs.

As for the size of Russian pizza, there are no standards. Continue reading

10 main dishes of Roman cuisine
Going to Rome, I want to completely immerse ourselves in its atmosphere, get acquainted with the cultural traditions and features of life. Authentic cuisine plays an important role in this…

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The best restaurants in Italy
Today in Italy there are about three hundred and seven restaurants that are marked as the best. Among the leaders in restaurants, in the first place is Lombardy. There are…

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Where to eat tasty and cheap in Rome - my favorite restaurants
One of the most popular questions asked by our guides during excursions: Where to eat tasty and inexpensive in Rome? Where do the Italians themselves go? Do not recommend tourist…

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Culinary Guide to Italy. Part II - Central and Southern Italy
BlogoItaliano continues a series of articles about Italian cuisine, and this time in the focus of our attention its regional features. In the first part of the Culinary Guide, we…

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