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Pizza - Italian American Dishes
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Best In-demand Italian-American Dishes in U.S. Restaurants

Posted  May 9, 2013  by  mi.o

Italian-American dishes have developed from a combination of great tradition and new ingredients, in large amounts – creating dishes that were not just tasty, but also fit for the men who worked outdoors the entire day, conquering a new continent. During the 20th century, it got a rather bad name for itself, partly because of[...]

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Mother's Day
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5 Ways to Make this Mother’s Day the Most Memorable for Mamma

Posted  May 8, 2013  by  mi.o

Mother’s Day – La Festa della Mamma – is an opportunity to spend some real quality time with the family. In the Italian tradition, it was celebrated in the current form for the first time in 1957, in the city of Assisi, and has become immensely popular since. It’s not supposed to be a lavish[...]

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Granoturco - Corn- Fresh Ingredients
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5 Amazing Italian Food Diet Tricks to Shrink Your Waist

Posted  April 9, 2013  by  mi.o

You might not necessarily make a link between food diet tricks and the Italian lifestyle.  In fact, when you think of Italian food, the first words that probably come to mind are pizza and pasta – the two main enemies of any diet program. And yet, Italy has one of the lowest obesity rates in[...]

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Romantic Cities in Italy
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Top 10 Romantic Cities in Italy that Guarantee Love

Posted  April 2, 2013  by  mi.o

The whole of Italy is romantic and seductive. The landscape, the architecture, the food – everything spells that love is in the air. You can pick the top 3, or 5, or 10 most romantic cities in Italy, but, as soon as you pass the Italian border, love will be all around you.    [...]

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La Colomba Pasquale - Italian Easter Dessert
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Italian Easter Recipe: La Colomba Pasquale

Posted  March 28, 2013  by  mi.o

    La Colomba Pasquale – The Easter Dove (the cake is shaped like a dove) You may need a cooking converter for this recipe.  We recommend this one: www.ghostcalc.com Ingredients: 450 grams of flour Manitoba more than for the pastry (the choice of flour is important for the result) 215 grams of sugar 150[...]

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carnevale
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7 Ways to Celebrate Easter like the Italians

Posted  March 28, 2013  by  mi.o

Easter is an important celebration for Italians. The preparations start a long time before the actual Easter, in fact, they start as early as the week before Shrove Tuesday (a period called Carnevale), and continue during the forty days of Lent. The Holy Week is dedicated to large processions in the streets, but it is[...]

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