On La Dolce Vita cooking book we have a simple and straightforward objective: to share with the world the positive aspects of the Italian way of living. And we do that through recipes, tutorials, history and culture selected from the limitless knowledge of our sweet country.

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Watery, summer seasonal, and has seeds. Watermelon? No, zucchini!

Watery, summer seasonal, and has seeds. Watermelon? No, zucchini!

Let’s profit from this season’s veggies.

Lemon: depurative, high in vitamins and multi-purpose fruit.

Lemon: depurative, high in vitamins and multi-purpose fruit.

Yellow like the shiny sun that caresses its peel

Anchovies: a treasure from our sea

Anchovies: a treasure from our sea

Campania region’s cooking secrets.

history

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All about eel, the snake from the oceans

It’s like a snake but doesn’t slither…what is it?

The history of babà and its delicious recipe

A delicious pastry product Neapolitans are famous for.

sweet recipes

#Asiago: a Venetian #cheese and city

Asiago: a Venetian cheese and city

Italian cheeses - part 5.

Rediscovered food: lupini beans

Hunting forgotten food…

lifestyle

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Give a look at a nice alternative map of Rome!

Soon in Rome we will have a complete and nice map of local fruit trees!

The best street foods of Florence (Italy)

You don't always need to get fancy!

infographics

A cake from ancient times: paesana cake

A cake from ancient times: paesana cake

The old culinary traditions never die…

Rediscovered food: lupini beans

Hunting forgotten food…

menuale.it

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Strascinate with anchovies and fried bread crumbs recipe

Stale bread, anchovies and Strascinate, straight from Puglia Region.

Paccheri with shellfish sauce recipe

A simple, yet remarkable recipe by a famous restaurant in Rome.