limoncello

Limoncello: the Italian liqueur known all over the world

Limoncello is the symbolic Italian liqueur known all over the world. You can serve it after meals as a digestive but also you can use it to accompany desserts. Fresh and fragrant, it has a characteristic aroma. Born on the Amalfi coast, it spread throughout Italy and then around the world. Let's find out more [...]

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mozzarella in carrozza

Mozzarella in carrozza: the simple taste of cooking

Mozzarella in carrozza, also known as carrozza, is a typical dish of the Campania and Lazio tradition. Very tasty, this appetizer consists of mozzarella, bread cut into small slices, eggs and breadcrumbs. Simple but delicious, fried and stringy. But why this slightly bizarre name? When was it invented? Let's find out together. Mozzarella in carrozza: [...]

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italian gelato ice cream

4 differences between Italian gelato and ice cream

After pizza, Italian gelato is perhaps the most loved food by foreigners, but also by Italians themselves. We all tend to translate gelato with ice cream. Not everyone knows that there are substantial differences between the two products. The origins of gelato are lost in the mists of time, but it is known that it [...]

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Eat and walk italy classes

Eat & Walk Italy – New Classes and Covid-19 rules

Italy and Rome, its capital, are finally happy to welcome travelers. In particular, Eat & Walk Italy looks forward to starting again at full speed with our cooking classes. As you can see from our site, we have added some very interesting classes. Let's see them together.  Eat & Walk Italy - New Classes In [...]

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green pass

Green Pass: the certificate for traveling to Italy

To better address the situation of the Covid-19 pandemic, in Italy it has been decided to allow travel between regions and those who have a green pass. The new tool intends to try to make the movements in and out of the red or orange areas more fluid. There are not certain details yet, but [...]

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roman style courgette flowers

Roman-style courgette flowers: the Roman finger food

Roman-style courgette flowers are a classic finger food of Roman cuisine. The courgette flowers are stuffed with mozzarella and anchovies and fried in a simple, yeast-free batter. Delicious, to be enjoyed very hot, puffy and crunchy. You must taste them, like the supplì walking through the streets of Rome. We could say that even the Roman-style [...]

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le grotte where to eat Rome

Where to eat in Rome – Restaurant Le Grotte

Our journey on where to eat in Rome continues with Le Grotte Restaurant, one of the most renowned places of the Dolce Vita. You can find it very close to the Spanish Steps and via Condotti. It is a warm and welcoming meeting place where you can taste authentic flavors. In fact, Italian and international [...]

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spaghetti pasta

Spaghetti: the most famous pasta in the world

Spaghetti is one of the most popular types of pasta in the world. We all love spaghetti, so much that they are always present in our imagination. Lady and the Tramp eating spaghetti and meatballs, Alberto Sordi struggling with an extra large plate of spaghetti in Un Americano a Roma… For some they are even [...]

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best pastiera rome

Where to buy in Rome – The Best Pastiera

One of the most famous desserts of the Easter tradition is the pastiera. A rich, tasty, fragrant dessert that tells us about traditional recipes. Together with the dove-shaped cake, the pastiera is typical of the Easter period. According to tradition, in Naples, it is prepared on Holy Thursday or on Good Friday. By now, it [...]

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Easter pastiera

Pastiera: the Easter cake with a Neapolitan scent

The Neapolitan pastiera is a typical cake of the Easter period and of the Campania pastry. It is a typical food of Naples, like pizza and babà. The richness of the dough, the sophisticated flavors and aromas make it an excellent dessert. Although it looks similar to a tart, the making process is a bit [...]

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