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Pear and Parmigiano Reggiano Salad
Spaghetti with Vegetarian Sauce
Spaghetti with Red Radicchio and Prawn Tartare
Cantucci (Dry Almond Cookies)
Ciambella (Ring Cake)
Anise Ring Cakes
Erbazzone (Spinach Pie)
Focaccia with Potatoes
A tempting sauce that will thrill your senses. Eat it alone or with fruit, chocolate or other desserts.
From age-old tradition comes this nutritious salad, both tempting and refreshing at the same time.
A colourful and tasty vegetarian first course with a captivating flavor.
Radicchio and prawns are a perfect combination, bringing an intense and interesting flavor to this Italian first course.
This cake is a classic recipe from Modena. It is a dry cake that lasts for several days and can be eaten year-round. It is perfect for breakfast and served with afternoon tea.
This variant on a traditional dessert that has been popular since the Middle Ages will delight you with its intense almond flavor.
These tempting little coconut treats are irresistible at the end of a meal.
Liven up your Carnival with these festive and tempting cookies!
Certainly one of the most famous Italian dry cookies, cantucci are particularly suited to round off a meal with a glass of fine “passito” wine. A classic recipe to be enjoyed year-round.
Light and soft, this ring cake is an ideal snack or tempting dessert at the end of a meal.
Made without eggs or butter, these small ring cakes are anise-flavored and are famous for their fresh, strong taste.
A very tasty yet delicate dish, this white stew combines many typical Italian flavors.
A classic recipe from Emilia-Romagna, this rustic spinach pie is traditionally eaten during picnics in the spring. It is usually served with a glass of Lambrusco.
Soft and inviting, this delicious potato focaccia with cherry tomatoes is ideal as a snack or appetizer.
The strong taste of the anchovies combined with a pinch of chili pepper will spice up your frittata.