In the eighteenth century, the nobility began to have lunch later. At some point, people used to have lunch at 7.00 pm. What happened to breakfast and dinner then? Why this change? Let's see it together with Prof. Alessandro Barbero
The easyJet airline has advertised Calabria negatively by defining the Italian region as an untempting place for tourists due to the mafia and earthquakes. Yet, in Calabria, there are many inviting traditional dishes to try.
Lentils and zampone or cotechino are the typical New Year's dish in Italy. Let's see why and what are the stories behind this recipe. The zampone or cotechino is nothing but pig's trotter stuffed with salted and flavored minced meat and during Christmas time are usually eaten with lentils. It is the ritual of the end of the year throughout Italy. An iconic food, eaten almost exclusively on December 31.