DRUNK CHEESE - UBRIACO
Italian-English Fusion Restaurants
I too thought cheese could not be improved upon. Then I found out about some savvy souls who decided to bathe cheese wheels in barrels of wine and everything I thought I knew about cheese was thrown up into the air.
…. For Prosecco cheese exists
ALL SOULS DAY AND FRUTTA MARTORANA
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When talking about food, blending different cultures is an effective way to create new recipes. In a way, it’s like mixing different colours and strokes to create a painting, but in this case, the aim is to satisfy the taste buds more than the eyes.
The term ‘fusion’ is widely used in this context, so let’s take a look at some restaurants which fuse two distinct culinary practices together: Italian and English cuisines. In this article we will look at two wonderful restaurants in both England and Italy.
November 2nd can be a confusing day for an uninformed child in Italy.
All Souls Day, which celebrates the lives of lost loved ones and anticipates a visit from them during the day, is celebrated all over Italy, and most regions and towns have their own popular traditions.
In Sicily, they go big.
When I moved to Italy I had a sort of epiphany. ‘What London needs’, thought I, ‘is a place which provides the British populace with good regional Italian food. Not just Italian food. We’ve got enough restaurants serving up various pasta shapes and polpette under the ubiquitous umbrella of ‘Italian cuisine’. No, it needs the sort of place you can buy a good Pugliese burrata and enjoy tortellini en brodo the way they serve it in Bologna. Or the sort of place one might find proper pesto.