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Traditional food and wine and their origin

THE MOST TRADITIONAL FOOD AND WINE SPECIALTIES FROM ITALY AND ALL OVER THE WORLD DIVIDED BY PLACE OF ORIGIN. THE HISTORIC RESTAURANTS AND PRODUCERS TO ENJOY THEIR TRUE FLAVOR. STORIES, RECIPES AND INTERESTING FACTS.

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his section of WebFoodCulture is about the most traditional food and wine specialties from Italy and all over the world, divided according to their place of origin. The following articles include not just recipes, but also fascinating stories and interesting facts. They also provide precious indications on the historic restaurants and producers, giving the opportunity to taste the true flavor of these delicacies.

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The most traditional food and wine specialties and their place of origin. The historic restaurants and producers to taste their true flavor.


Traditional food from Veneto (img-02)

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eneto is undoubtedly one of the Italian regions richest in history and culture, not to mention the incredible variety of its landscapes, including fascinating lagoons, vast plains, sweet hills and imposing mountains. It’s inevitable that, over the centuries, all these factors have played a fundamental role in the development of the local food and wine. So, let’s find the most typical specialties from Veneto, discovering their most traditional restaurants and producers to taste their original flavor. (continue)

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Traditional food from the Euganean Hills. Traditional food from the Euganean Hills.

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he Euganean Hills rise up in Northeast Italy, not far from the city of Venice. This group of Volcanic reliefs has few rivals in terms of history, beauty and charm. It’s like a treasure chest, full of precious jewels. Among these, the local food and wine: let’s start knowing and appreciating these delicacies, surrounded by enchanting landscapes, suspended between past and present. (continue)

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Traditional food from Venice. Traditional food from Venice.

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enice is without doubts one of the most fascinating places in the world. The foundations of its magnificent palaces, legacy of a glorious past, lay on a multitude of small islands, connected to each other by a dense network of narrow canals. Let’s navigate through them aboard a romantic ‘gondola’, looking for the most exquisite delicacies the ‘Doge’s city’ can offer. (continue)

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Traditional food from Naples. Traditional food from Naples.

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sole mio’, one of the most famous Italian songs, is very effective in celebrating the joyful spirit of Naples and of its people. A spirit strongly present also in the food of this city: let’s get familiar with it, appreciating its history and its exquisite ingredients. Let’s be carried away by a whirlwind of colors and flavors overwhelming all senses. (continue)

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Traditional food from Buenos Aires. Traditional food from Buenos Aires.

Traditional food from Buenos Aires.

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uenos Aires, the door to Argentina: it’s a city where, over the years, the European food and wine tradition got mixed up with the local one, creating delicious specialties that perfectly incarnate the sunny mood of the ‘porteni’, the town’s people. Let’s taste these specialties, accompanied by the romantic notes of a tango. (coming soon)

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Virginia Woolf about food (img-01)

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La ‘Bodeguita’: Hemingway’s Bar.

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t is said that ‘La Bodeguita del Medio’, one of the most traditional and interesting tourist attractions in Havana (Cuba), is the birthplace of a very famous cocktail: the ‘Mojito’. There are no doubts that this bar is quite special: some of its customers were celebrities like (to name a few) Hernest Hemingway, Pablo Neruda e Salvador Allende.




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