Restaurant Adhok
Italy, Rome, Via di Ripetta, 43 00186 Roma, Italy SHOW ON MAP Average bill: 50-100 $ (per person) Type of cuisine: Italian, Mediterranean + (39 06) 323 30 40ww.ristoranteadhoc.com Mon-Sun…

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How to get to Rome from Fiumicino Airport
By train for 8-14 euros per person. For those who do not like buses. The total travel time to the hotel is 1-2 hours. Getting to Rome, but not to…

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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…

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Restaurant La Cucina del Garga

Dine with beautiful views of the Arena di Verona at the Nastro Azzurro Restaurant. Visitors can take tables outside or inside the establishment. The menu offers Italian dishes and a large selection of pizzas. The prices are acceptable: spaghetti Bolognese – 7 €, Caprese salad – 9.5 €, risotto with shrimp and zucchini – 10 €, steaks – from 18 €, pizza – from 8.5 €. It is worth trying a signature dish – a steak in wine. Also on the menu is a decent selection of wines and desserts.
Restaurant Le 5 Spezie

Italy, about. Sicily, Via Sant’Orsola, 17 95131 Catania CT, Italy SHOW ON MAP Average bill: $ 20-50 (per person) Type of cuisine: Italian + (39 095) 286 35 98 Mon-Sat 12: 30-15: 30 and 20:00 -23: 30 Continue reading

Types of pizza, composition and recipes

Depending on the size of the pizza, the amount of dough and toppings changes, but the ratio of ingredients remains approximately the same. Ingredients of Margarita pizza: pizza dough, tomatoes, cheese (mozzarella), tomato paste, olive oil, dry basil, parmesan, salt, pepper and fresh basil leaves. Four Seasons Pizza is the most popular pizza in the world. About the Four Seasons pizza (Quattro staggioni) it is known that it existed in 1660. Then lived in Naples, one cook who cooked delicious pizza. One fine day, he had the idea to make pizza with a wide variety of ingredients. The culinary specialist selected his favorite foods: tomatoes, seafood, ham and mushrooms. However, the question arose: how to put all this variety on a layer of dough, without making vinaigrette from pizza? Continue reading

The history of pizza

How did pizza come about? Similar dishes already existed among the ancient Greeks and Romans. They were dishes laid out on slices of bread. Bread with additives of meat, cheese, olives, vegetables, dairy products was included in rations for Roman legionnaires. It was the food of both the patricians and the plebeians. Roman Mark Apicius in the 1st century BC wrote a book in which recipes of the “ancestors” of modern pizza were given. Olive oil, cheese, pieces of chicken meat, mint, nuts, garlic, pepper were placed on the dough in various combinations. The word pizza itself is close to the words piazza (square) piatto (plate). In 1522, tomatoes were brought to Europe and in Italy they began to cook almost classic pizza. In the 17th century, special people appeared who cook pizza for peasants. They are called pizzaiolo (pizzaiolo). Continue reading

Types of pizza, composition and recipes
Depending on the size of the pizza, the amount of dough and toppings changes, but the ratio of ingredients remains approximately the same. Ingredients of Margarita pizza: pizza dough, tomatoes,…

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Restaurants in Italy: Italian Menu Guide
Italian restaurants deserve special attention because they are justly considered one of the best in the Mediterranean. Italian cuisine is quite straightforward and its basis is made up of such…

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Italian restaurants - simple and tasteful
Italy is generally considered one of the unsurpassed countries because of its color, its cuisine, its traditions, its temperament, fiery music, the smell of freedom and the mixing of moods.…

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The best regions of Italy for wine connoisseurs
Italy is a country with a very long winemaking tradition. Italians claim that the first vine appeared in the country around 1000 BC, therefore, Italian winemaking has been more than…

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