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Italian Table Manners

By Bricco Posted on December 27th, 2019

Have you ever wondered how to add some Italian table manners to your Italian meal? Whether you’re headed to Italy and want to be a good guest or just want to add a touch of authenticity to your meal, here are some good etiquette tips for Italian dining. 1. Don’t Wish People Buon Appetito Many [&he...

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Antipasto? Antipasti? Understanding the Start of an Italian Meal

By Bricco Posted on December 20th, 2019

In most restaurants, you may see an “appetizer” or “starter” section on the menu. In an authentic Italian restaurant, you’ll see a section called antipasto or antipasti instead. This is a course on the Italian menu that dates back to Roman times. Even back then, cooks and hosts were ...

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Italian Pizza 101: The Real Deal

By Bricco Posted on December 13th, 2019

Visitors to Italy are often surprised by the pizza served in Italy. Of course it’s delicious, but it also tends to be very different than slices served in North America. No matter where you go in Italy, you will find pizza. It is always served with the best ingredients and made with a thinner crust....

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The Most Unique Reason Some People Love Italian Food

By Bricco Posted on November 27th, 2019

Of course, Italian food is delicious, but it may not be the favorite date food just for taste. Napolina, the famous makers of Italian ranges, recently conducted a poll of about 2,000 adults. They found that almost three out of four adults in the 23-35 age range ranked Italian food as their favorite. D...

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Why You Need to Know About Toscana Food

By Bricco Posted on October 11th, 2019

Tuscany is the region in the center of Italy, with sweeping views of the Alpi Apuane Mountains and Apennines and with famous marble quarries. Tuscany is home to Volterra, Luni, Pisa and Florence. Tuscany has large forests, villages, hills, beaches and lakes. Olives, grapevines and villas are seen thro...

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