Eat and drink in Italy

There's no such thing as Italian cuisine. I don't know if it's a surprise to you. Italy isn't just pizza and pasta. There are regional culinary traditions and everyone knows very well that pizza in Naples is the best, carbonara should be tried in Rome in a small restaurant and has nothing to do with cream, delicious prosciutto and parmesan come from Parma and the land of real pesto is Liguria. Get ready for big feasts!
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WHAT TO EAT IN ITALY?
'nduja
Calabria

‘Nduja – the Calabrian power

One of the most famous specialities of Calabria, the ‘nduja, with its strong and unmistakable flavour, is a special kind of sausage (let’s call it that), soft enough to be spread, but also very spicy enough to show its strength.

Milan

Colomba, the sweet Italian Easter dove

If it’s Easter, it’s dove, or rather, colomba. No need to worry, the famous bird has only to do with its shape. It is actually a delicious cake that is on most tables in Italy at Easter. Its shape is symbolic because the white dove has always been the symbol of peace, redemption and resurrection in the Christian world.

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