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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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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, …

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What’s granita Granita is a wonderful union of two liquids and sugar. Brought to freezing temperature and mixed. It would be …

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What’s hummus? Hummus is not a Sicilian dish. And that is somehow strange. Sicily has all ingredients, in abundance. Yet, …

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In a nutshell Pistachio or pistacchio (IT) comes from Asia. The ancient Greek liked what they saw and imported the …

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Ideology and intolerance Milk braised pork loin is an exclusive dish. It excludes vegetarians and the lactose intolerant. The presence …

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Capparis spinosa Capers are the buds of this particular plant. It is a hard choice. Or you have a beautiful …

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What is an aperitif? The earliest sources of the aperitif go way back to medicine man Hippocrates. His bitter brews …

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What is ricotta? Ricotta is an Italian whey cheese. Cow, sheep and even buffalo milk can become ricotta. The name …

Sampolo 246 - Cultori del Gusto
cutting board with cold meat, a chili pepper and a knife: very Sicilian indeed
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man sleeping on a bench with a typical Sicilian hat

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From dusk till dawn

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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