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A selection of articles regarding ingredients and preparations, seen from an On why and how people prepare food, on where and when they eat. Far from comprehensive these articles try to complementary to the vast existing material.

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Reginelle by any other name… The name reginelle relates to the queen, regina. The biscuit used to go by another …

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A veg for all seasons Pumpkin translates zucca in Italian. Zucca refers to the plants as well as to a …

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Very edible indeed Summer queen. If there were a distinction between vegetables one could eat raw and other that need …

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Funny fruit Summer and figs. Figs and history. History and myths. Myths and figs. For some it all starts in …

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Sherbet Frozen fruit juice and rose water. That is how the Arabs had their cold dessert. Special built snow pits …

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Bellini’s Norma Pasta alla Norma originates in Catania. Just as Vincenzo Bellini’s masterpiece. Why the dish takes the name of …

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A sandy picnic Summertime, heat, sea, beach. A phenomenon most of you living in the northern hemisphere yearly experience. Beach …

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What’s in a name The word involtini refers to rolls or roulades. An outer layer envelops a filling. The list …

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What’s in a name Picchi pacchio, pronounced as ‘pee-ki pack-ioo. Some claim different yet similar names as correct. Picchiu pacchiu, …

Sampolo 246 - Cultori del Gusto
cutting board with cold meat, a chili pepper and a knife: very Sicilian indeed
pasta feudo Mondello

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Reference.guru

man sleeping on a bench with a typical Sicilian hat

From dusk till dawn

From dusk till dawn

An arbitrary selection of the finest place to stay overnight
snooze
Porta maqueda
silhouette of a man eating, wearing a typical Sicilian Coppola

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banner il Sicilano, the best aperitif place in the old town