In the enchanting landscape of Italian culinary culture, a heartfelt and meaningful practice emerges: the tradition of “pezzetti di pomodoro” (tomato bits) and homemade tomato
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Ciao for now, Fabrizio.
The pizzella, widespread throughout the Abruzzo region, takes on different names depending on the area of production, so it is also known as ferratella, nevola, neola, catarretta
Abruzzo is a region rich in cultural and culinary traditions, and in springtime it offers rich and fresh dishes, with products donated directly from the
Typical at Christmas time in Abruzzo, scrippelle are very good to eat throughout the year and our favourite way to eat potatoes. Children adore them!