This country is more than pastas and pizzas. Every single region has its own specialties that make Italy a food paradise. Starting with Umbria, this historic region is located in central Italy and has some amazing traditional dishes for you to taste.
The most famous product of this place is the salami some other cold cuts that you won’t taste anywhere in the world…
A few kilometers away there is another beautiful and picturesque city with amazing gastronomy. In Tuscany you can find a recipe that you will definitely love. Bistecca alla Fiorentina grilled steak, served cut into slices and moistened with olive oil and fresh rosemary.
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In the toe of the boot we can find Calabria this amazing place with even more amazing food. Caciocavallo is a type of stretched-curd cheese made out of sheep’s or cow’s mil, shaped like a teardrop and it’s the perfect snack for a glass of wine.
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Secilia, the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, has also some great dishes to recommend. The most famous is arancini, which is deep fried stuffed rice balls which are coated with bread crumbs. You can always taste this delicious snack with a glass of Grillo, the mos famous white whine in the region.
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Moving on to the wonderful city of Lazio, which is the one of the 20 administrative regions of Italy. Cacio e pepe, which means cheese and pepper is the most famous dish of the region and it basically is a traditional pasta dish.
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It will taste ten times better if you choose to accompany it with a Trebbiano wine, which is one of the most widely planted varieties of grape in the world!