A Easter lunch with a special touch

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Perugia's signature cake: the Ciaramicola

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Cooking and love: Giovanni's story

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Celebrating all women: the Mimosa Cake

The mimosa cake’s fresh and delicate flavour makes it the perfect celebration cake for International Women’s Day...

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So soft, so delicious: Zeppole di Patate

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An exquisite treat: pork cheek and mushroom lasagne

Exquisitely creamy homemade béchamel sauce, slices of flavoursome pork cheek, and the intense flavour of Pioppini mushrooms (poplar mushrooms). These are the three layers of the dish that Raffaella is showing us today...

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Recipes and current affairs: Angela's greatest passions

“If you think about it, being a journalist isn’t actually that different from cooking...

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Tuscan poetry for the palate: the 'ribollita'

This dish takes several days to prepare, so if you want to enjoy it at its best, you’re going to need to block three or four days in your calendar! It requires a long cooking time over a low heat...

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Zuccarello: a fascinating town frozen in time

Two porticoes run along the main street, which leads off into dozens of tiny alleyways and winding roads that twist this way and that. At the top of the hill, the ruins of an ancient castle. Welcome to Zuccarello, an enchanting medieval town nestled by the banks of the river Neva...

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A delicate treat: Agnolotti di magro

Un cuore di ricotta e spinaci avvolto in un morbido cuscinetto di pasta all'uovo: una vera delizia per il palato, da preparare in dieci semplici mosse.

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Florentine flavours: chicken 'in fricassea'

Dusica, originally from Macedonia, has been living in Florence for a long time, and has fallen head over heels for this beautiful and timeless city. Dusica has been honing her cooking skills for a long time, and gives her own unique touch to traditional regional recipes...

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Treat yourself: la frittura all'ascolana

Maria welcomes us into her home in Montalto, a beautiful village in the Marchigiano countryside, nested in the hills between the Adriatic coast and the Sibillini mountains. It is a magical place, where visitors can take in a view that is breathtaking to say the least...

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Small pasta, big flavours: passatelli in brodo

If you’re lucky enough to visit Bologna, you will soon realise just why it is famously nicknamed as “la grassa” (the fat)...

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New Year’s Eve in Italy: different regions, different traditions

‘San Silvestro’, as it is known in Italy, is a night of feasting on lentils (which symbolise wealth) and sausages, toasts and, of course, parties...

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Christmas dinner, region by region

Italy is renowned for the importance it attaches to tradition and culture, and this varies enormously from region to region. Christmas is the perfect time to appreciate local tradition at the dinner table...

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