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.
Lately, Italian media have talked a lot about the “Sardine” movement. But do you know the qualities of the real sardines? Here a guide that will help you discover more about it and two tasty and nutrient recipes
The bad weather of these last two weeks has brought the Serenissima to its knees and, consequently, all the city problems surfaced, from the gentrification to the Mose, from the steep prices to overtourism. We have decided to talk to you about the bacari to show you that Venice is still alive and maintains its peculiar aspects.