Italian food culture

Italian food culture: Italian cuisine is always culture. It is known all over the world, is a collection of flavors, tastes, creativity, history and traditions of all parts of Italy, is actually "the gastronomy of Italian regions".

If we assert that eating does not mean just the physical act of satisfy the sensation of hunger, probably no one would have objections. Eating is not only calming down the rumbling stomach, but in Italy food is synonymous of conviviality, of being together, drinking a glass of wine and accept a slice of salami or a piece of cheese, it means being able to enjoy the time in good company.

Italian cuisine has ancient origins and has spread around the world with
products and dishes of its culinary tradition: pizza, spaghetti, ravioli, lasagna, Parmiggiano Reggiano parmesan cheese, prosciutto ham, ice cream (IT: gelato), espresso and more. The most requested and imitated food.

Flavors, wine and laughter: at the table you have to laugh. Eat with gusto!
The Italian culture of food is about living the kitchen every day, how to join good food and ancient traditions to a greater awareness of the use of food.

Italian cuisine is known throughout the world because it is good, simple, highly
digestible and in most cases light and healthy. Because of these properties is the basis of recommended diets by physicians (Meditterranean Diet), for the prevention of many diseases.

The culture of food is made also of wine tasting, show cooking, events, seminars, exhibitions and conferences. It is a daily journey to rediscover the flavors of Italian cuisine, cooking, nutrition and traditions of our country.

It is impossible to list all the typical products and traditional recipes, but anybody can remember those most popular Italian products, universally known to all, there is no need to give any specific geographical difference, they are the essence of all Italy.

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