Food of Italy

For an Italian, eating is not just feeding your body, but is a moment where you feed also your soul and enjoy the combination of flavours and hundreds of years of traditions. When possible they do it with the people they love, this is why a lunch or a dinner in Italy can last for ever. These are two of the ideologies that form the basis of Italian cuisine traditions and passion. We hope you can enjoy some of our favourite recipes! www.milesandmiles.net
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Pasta with homemade pesto, feta cheese, fresh spinach and home grown cherry tomatoes and freshly grated Parmesan cheese.

10 Essential Food Rules for Americans in Italy

10 Essential Rules for Americans Eating in Italy

Italian food culture is probably very different from what you're used to at home. And since Italians have been perfecting it for over years, try going with the wine and olive oil flow instead of fighting against the current when you're in Italy.

10 Essential Food Rules for Americans in Italy

10 Essential Rules for Americans Eating in Italy

Italian food culture is probably very different from what you're used to at home. And since Italians have been perfecting it for over years, try going with the wine and olive oil flow instead of fighting against the current when you're in Italy.

Pasta alla Gricia http://bit.ly/1OphtLX

bacon browned in a pan, white wine, pecorino romano DOP and finally pepper (to taste) to strengthen the whole

Zucchine flowers in Campo de Fiori in Rome

Zucchine flowers in Campo de Fiori in Rome

Spices in the market of San Teodoro in Rome.  #marketinrome  #milesandmilestours

Spices in the market of San Teodoro in Rome. #marketinrome #milesandmilestours

Market of San Teodoro in Rome every sunday.

Market of San Teodoro in Rome every sunday.

Italy, Italia

Italy, Italia

We just use fresh products from local markets for oir cooking classes. @fettuccinacookingclass . . . . . . . . .   #cookingclasses #cookingclassinrome #cookinginrome #romefood #italianrecepies

We just use fresh products from local markets for oir cooking classes.

How to make a real Cacio e Pepe   http://bit.ly/1KPjxwg

Pinner says: "It took me years to make a decent Cacio e Pepe, one of Rome's traditional pasta dishes (the others are Carbonara, Matriciana, and Gricia). Since Cacio e Pepe has only three main ingr.

ROMA: Mercato Campo de’ Fiori (prima parte)! | ITALIAN COOKING ADVENTURES

ROMA: Mercato Campo de’ Fiori (prima parte)! | ITALIAN COOKING ADVENTURES

ROMA: Mercato Campo de’ Fiori Gnocchi with cicoria and rosmarino. #Rome

ROMA: Mercato Campo de’ Fiori Gnocchi with cicoria and rosmarino.

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