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I had this traditional polish soup at a place called Pszczyna and it was awsome. Especially, I liked that the are serving it in a hollowed bread Read more

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  • Emilia-Romagna

    This northern region of Italy, easily accessible from Milan, Venice, and Florence, is arguably that country’s gastronomic capital. Why? Many of Italy’s finest, most famous, centuries-old foodstuffs hail from these fertile flat plains, from egg pastas like tagliatelle and tortellini to balsamic vinegar and that king of cheeses, Parmigiano-Reggiano. Sure, its elegant Renaissance cities—Modena,…   Read more

     

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    • Palermo gourmand

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      A'Cuncuma, Via Judica, 21, Palermo

      Palermo is known as one of the first street food cities in Italy; nonetheless it's rich in gourmet restaurants for more sophisticated palates. My husband and I went to A'Cuncuma restau…    Read more

    • Bicerin in Turin

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      Caffe Torino, Torino
      Sitting outside at the classic Caffe Torino, people watching and sipping the delicious, indulgent local specialty - the bicerin - is a simply delightful way to spend an afternoon. It’s a drink co…    Read more
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  • Regional Christmas Dishes From Across Italy

    Capitone, or eel, from Lazio From north Italy to south (more or less), our writer takes a look at those most traditional and distinctly regional of Italian dishes: the ones trotted out for Christmas.   Nothing is more Italian than its…   Read more

  • Recipes from Afar: How to Make Limoncello

    An easy recipe for limoncello, your new favorite DIY tipple. All photos courtesy of Stephanie Andrews Limoncello: It’s a tummy tamer, an after-dinner delight. Italy’s liquid courage. Behold the power of lemons and their ability…   Read more

  • Recipes From Afar: Gnocchi alla Romana

    Gnocchi alla Romana with slow-cooker beef shank We had planned a relaxing day at the beach. Well, as relaxing as one might get with a 1- and 3-year-old. My husband was home from work that day, so I figured it’d be a good night to cook…   Read more

  • 5 Must-Eat Dishes in Venice

    Photo courtesy of Tony Hammond/Flickr As a visitor to Venice, you may think the foods to try are the Italian classics: Pasta and pizza are, after all, the foods we associate with this beautiful country. Enjoy those all you want, but of course…   Read more

  • Home Food Italy: Home-Cooked Regional Food for Travelers

    The best way to discover the secrets of regional cuisine is in a local’s home, where it’s not always accessible to the average traveler. In Italy, however, there’s a shortcut to the dinner table, as freelance writer Jessica…   Read more

 

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