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15 places to eat well from north to south | The Italian kitchen – Italian Cuisine

15 places to eat well from north to south |  The Italian kitchen

The bridge of the Immaculate Conception it’s a small preview of the Christmas holidays: four days to live intensely. Five for the Milanese given that on the 7th Sant’Ambrogio, patron saint of the city, is celebrated, and therefore many may not work. The long weekend of the Immaculate Conception is a pleasant appetizer for the Christmas holidays: it is worth taking advantage of it for a foray into one of the many Italian places that deserve it. And for those who are passionate about good cooking, the opportunity to sit at a level table presents itself. For our (very personal) selection we thought first of the places and then of the place we like best.

There are timeless cities of art such as Verona And Florence, practically impossible to enjoy from April to September. But also Rovereto, Udine, Perugia And Viterbo: smaller, but equally suggestive. A leap into Langhe to find truffles – at a very high price, if you wish – and (re)admire the most famous wine-producing hills in the world is mandatory. Then the sea of ​​Liguria, declined to Levant And Ponente (so similar and so different) and the fresh water of Garda, which compared to a decade ago remains lively even in winter. You can also opt for a relais in the countryside likeWindrow in Maremma or discover towns that are part of Italian history such as Loretto or Pompeii. Our South – in this case it is linked to the suggestive Matera it’s at Palermo, always lively and full of surprises. Happy Immaculate Conception and, above all, enjoy your meal.

Panettone Dessert Recipe | The Italian kitchen – Italian Cuisine

Panettone Dessert Recipe |  The Italian kitchen

The panettone dessert it is a perfect idea to bring one of the traditional desserts to the table in an original way Christmas and also for recycle leftover panettone during the holidays.

The dessert is inspired by the recipe of iced panettone with three creams by Iginio Massariborn in Brescia in 1942 and today recognized as one of the greatest pastry chefs in the world, as well as one of the “fathers” of contemporary panettone and pandoro.

Preparing the panettone dessert is simple: the panettone must be cut into pieces cubes which should be browned in butter, sprinkled with an alcohol and dusted with icing sugar; these should then be placed on a plate or in a cup, interspersing them with vanilla cream, chocolate cream And whipped Cream.

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mania | The Italian kitchen – Italian Cuisine

Chocolate-mania? Here is some news for lovers of one of the most loved ingredients. So much so that the Armani Bamboo bar in Milan dedicates a chocolate snack to him and it is the new formula for a pleasant break, on the seventh floor of the Armani Hotel Milan. For three days a week, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm, the restaurant’s menu leaves room for three different types of hot chocolate in a cup combined with four mini desserts. Guests will be able to choose from a range of chocolates in the cup with different aromas, from the strongest to the most delicate, for a sensorial journey to discover the flavors of the producing countries. But chocolate also entices the world of mixing: here comes beer, rum and the liqueur that makes chocolate its essence.

The chocolate snack at the Armani Hotel in Milan

And again, for the more goumand, the grater to obtain flakes and curls without the need to temper, the Bonet from Piedmont which is made chocolate according to the creativity of Chiambretto, an ancient Turin pastry shop. But beer and rum also discover the intense notes of cocoa beans and Villa d’Este on Lake Como inaugurates the Chocolate Room, a chocolate room available to guests of the famous hotel on Lake Como where they can taste, starting from December 1st, a tea or coffee accompanied by sweet creations of haute patisserie and chocolate in particular. The Christmas Tree of Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome Hotel, which will set up a chocolate Christmas treewho will meet daily for a sweet snack with hot chocolate.

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