Stories

  1. Nduja: how a poor Italian food conquered London

    Nduja: how a poor Italian food conquered London

    How has a product of the Italian peasant culture conquered London restaurants? Find out more about Nduja, the super spicy salami of Calabria.

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  2. Bottega di Calabria in the TOP 3 of Italian food shops

    Bottega di Calabria in the TOP 3 of Italian food shops

    Bottega di Calabria included in the top 3 of Italian food shops. Visit our blog now to find out more!

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  3. Calabrian vines: the Magliocco

    Calabrian vines: the Magliocco

    Magliocco is a grape variety known in Calabria since the Middle Ages, which has recently been rediscovered and enhanced. Visit our blog to discover its history and characteristics.

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  4. Tropea onion: the Calabrian red gold

    Tropea onion: the Calabrian red gold

    Did you know that the Red Onion of Tropea arrived in Calabria about 2700 years ago with the Phoenicians? Visit our blog and discover now many other curiosities!

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  5. Calabrian honey: history and curiosities

    Calabrian honey: history and curiosities

    Honey is a very appreciated food also in Calabria for its numerous beneficial properties. Visit our blog and discover now history and curiosities.

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  6. Calabrian traditions: the scirubetta

    Calabrian traditions: the scirubetta

    In Calabria, when it snows, especially in uncontaminated areas, the custom of preparing the scirubetta is very common. Discover now history and curiosities on our blog!

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  7. Christmas sweets: the Calabrian mostaccioli

    Christmas sweets: the Calabrian mostaccioli

    The mostaccioli are traditional Calabrian sweets made with flour, chestnut honey and wine must. Discover their history on our blog!

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  8. Christmas hampers: a tradition from the ancient Rome

    Christmas hampers: a tradition from the ancient Rome

    Gastronomic baskets are one of the most popular gifts of the Christmas holidays. But have you ever wondered how this tradition was born? Find out now on our blog!

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  9. Calabrian traditions: the dried figs

    Calabrian traditions: the dried figs

    Dried figs are a speciality that cannot be missed on Calabrian tables during the Christmas holidays. Visit our blog to discover history and curiosities.

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  10. Calabrian traditions: the cuddruriaddri

    Calabrian traditions: the cuddruriaddri

    The preparation of cuddruriaddri, fried doughnuts originating in the city of Cosenza, is one of the most popular Calabrian traditions during the Christmas period.

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