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This year you can spend your Valentine's day in Juliet's house – Italian Cuisine


The most romantic and desperate story ever, the most longed for balcony ever, one of the most visited places of love in the world. Verona and her Juliet need no story, but imagine going back in time and being able to relive the most romantic moments of Shakespeare's story. A dream. This year achievable.

Two modern Romeo and Juliet will be the protagonists of an unforgettable stay: Juliet's House is opened for the first time in years for a stay, on Valentine's night. A tour in the ballroom where the two lovers met, a candlelit dinner – by the hand of the star chef Giancarlo Perbellini – one night in Juliet's bed, the original one used by Zeffirelli in his film.

Thanks to the collaboration between Airbnb and the Municipality of Verona, for the first time since the 1930s, the building – one of the main tourist attractions of the city – becomes a real home again. "Juliet's house attracts millions of visitors every year . The collaboration with Airbnb re-proposes the well-known myth of Romeo and Juliet in a way never seen before. We are very happy to promote our cultural heritage, share local traditions and offer the city of Verona an opportunity for international visibility. "- Federico Sboarina, Mayor of Verona

How to participate

Every year thousands of letters from all over the world are sent to Juliet's house. This historic tradition – to which Verona owes the title of 'city of love' – is kept alive by the NGO JulietClub, whose team of volunteers, known as Juliet's Secretaries, responds every day to love letters from all over the world . To win the chance to stay at Casa di Giulietta, candidates will have to write a letter to Giulietta telling their love story and explaining why they would be the perfect guests. Applications can be sent to airbnb.com/juliet until 5:59 am on February 3, 2020. Initiative subject to terms and conditions.

Tonight we eat fish (and spend little) – Italian Cuisine


Eating fish in the summer is a real must. Grilled, fried, baked and raw, that's all we want to find on the laid table, but …
The but in question is the price. Which raises the bill for the restaurant and the dinner shopping. In the kitchen, however, experience, information and a bit of organization are ingredients that make every dream possible. Also that of prepare three fish courses with a small budget!

For the appetizer: the mussels

These shellfish are rich, meaty and tasty and much cheaper of other foods usually chosen as an appetizer for fish dinners. Especially if served with the classic impepata accompanied by a toast of toasted bread for each diner they will allow us to start our cheap dinner with a large plate at a small price.
Once purchased, leave them to soak in cold water for a few minutes, clean them by scratching them with a straw and firmly grasp the protruding filament (byssus) pulling it upwards. Now you can proceed with the preparation of the most classic of the impepate or try something new with these recipes.

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Mussel soup

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Mussels with beans, cherry tomatoes and basil

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Mussels with chilli, coriander and pecorino cheese

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Mussels and peppers in the pan

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Golden mussels with pepper

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Mediterranean mussels

The first course: sardines

The traditional Sicilian recipe of the pasta with sardines is the perfect example of resource optimization. A fish rich in vitamins, mineral salts and omega 3 and capable of transforming every first course into a real (economic) dive into the bluest sea. Here are some ideas for cooking them.

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Fusilli with sardines

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Sicilian-style pasta with sardines

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Pappardelle, sardines and chervil emulsion

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Tagliatelle with peppers and sardines

The second: mackerel

One of the cheapest fish on the market is mackerel. Tasty and consistent, it is also rich in omega 3. Why not choose it to prepare a tasty second course? Sara delicious grilled, baked, salt and baked. But not only. Here is a collection of perfect recipes to enhance the flavor.

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Mackerel grilled with candied tomatoes

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Mackerel fillets in pepper sauce

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Spicy mackerel

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Mackerel in foil

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Stuffed mackerel

Mussel soup
Mussels with beans, cherry tomatoes and basil
Mussels with chilli, coriander and pecorino cheese
Mussels and peppers in the pan
Fusilli with sardines
Sicilian-style pasta with sardines
Pappardelle, sardines and chervil emulsion
Tagliatelle with peppers and sardines
Mackerel grilled with candied tomatoes
Mackerel fillets in pepper sauce
Spicy mackerel
Mackerel in foil
Stuffed mackerel

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