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Sarde in Saor by our reader Rosalba

Sarde in Saor by our reader Rosalba

Sarde in Saor by our reader Rosalba

We got to know Rosalba through Facebook: we have got a few friends in common and as time went by we started to exchange comments, recipes and photos!  She told us she …

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The most famous top 10 Venetian dishes

The most famous top 10 Venetian dishes

Here are the top 10 most famous Venetian Dishes

Veneto is a pretty rich region under many aspects, above all the gastronomic one. It is easy to see why, given that it is a region that for centuries had commercial

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Venetian Bread History - Venice

Venetian Bread History – Venice

The history of bread in Venice

 

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The importance of bread in Venice. Throughout the city of Venice there are at least a dozen streets, porticoes, squares called del Pistor: from San Marco to Santa Croce, from

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GALANI, deliciously crumbling sweets for Carnival in Italy

GALANI, deliciously crumbling sweets for Carnival in Italy

Galani, original recipe from Venice

A typical dessert of the Venice Carnival, but with origins much older than Frittelle, are the GALANI. If the Venetians have no doubt in recognizing the Republic of Venice as the birthplace

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Venetian spices

Spices and the importance in Venetian cuisine

Spices and the importance in Venetian cuisine

Veneto is the second Italian region, after Emilia Romagna, for the number of certified food products: as many as 21 Dop and Igp are from one of the seven provinces of the …

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I Bigoli, long Venetian style spaghetti

I Bigoli, long Venetian style spaghetti

Pasta Bigoli – Venetian Spaghetti

 

Pasta Bigoli: some people think that the name of “bigoli” comes from the curved rod with two hooks at the end, which was used to transport, resting it on the shoulders, buckets of water …

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Carnival Time - Fritoe aea Venessiana

Carnival Time – Fritoe aea Venessiana

Frittelle alla Veneziana

Here we go again: Christmas and New Year celebration have passed, Epiphany has just gone by and with it all celebration have finally stopped, as an old Venetian proverb says: L’Epifania tute e feste porta via! (Epiphany …

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Cook in Venice blog opens for business!

Cook in Venice blog opens for business!

Ciao a tutti!

We finally did it! Arianna and I (Monica) got round to start our own blog!

We will publishing our tested recipes, news about our cooking classes and courses but also our students comments and reviews on …

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