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  1. How to cut onion without crying

    How to cut onion without crying

    Who has never found himself slicing an onion without shedding a tear? How to avoid this unpleasant inconvenience? Here are some useful tips!

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  2. Sweet and smoked pancetta: a quick guide

    Sweet and smoked pancetta: a quick guide

    Sweet or smoked pancetta? Let's find out together what the differences are and their possible use in the kitchen.

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  3. What is the difference between cured and non-cured meat?

    What is the difference between cured and non-cured meat?

    There are some differences between cured and non-cured meats. Let's find out together what they are!

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  4. Sea bream baked in foil with potatoes

    Sea bream baked in foil with potatoes

    If you want to delight your loved ones with a fish dish that is easy to prepare, sea bream baked in foil is just what you need.

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  5. Christmas in Calabria: traditional Christmas Eve dishes

    Christmas in Calabria: traditional Christmas Eve dishes

    In Calabria, there are 13 foods that must be eaten on the evening of 24 December, 13 courses like the number of the Apostles with Jesus. Find out more on our blog.

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  6. Stewed salt cod with potatoes: the Calabrian recipe

    Stewed salt cod with potatoes: the Calabrian recipe

    Stewed cod with potatoes is an excellent fish dish, which actually becomes a main course thanks to the presence of carbohydrates in the potatoes.

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  7. Nougat: history and curiosities of the oldest Christmas dessert

    Nougat: history and curiosities of the oldest Christmas dessert

    Visit the Bottega di Calabria blog now to discover the history and curiosities of nougat: the oldest Christmas sweet.

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  8. Calabrian baked cannelloni

    Calabrian baked cannelloni

    Hearty and full of flavour, Calabrian baked cannelloni are the perfect first course for the Sunday lunch.

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  9. The three Calabrian Christmas sweets par excellence

    The three Calabrian Christmas sweets par excellence

    Sultanas, figs, dried fruit, citrus fruits, vino cotto and lots of honey. These are some of the main ingredients used to make Calabrian Christmas sweets.

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  10. Caciocavallo silano meatballs: quick and easy recipe

    Caciocavallo silano meatballs: quick and easy recipe

    Today we propose a simple and at the same time delicious appetizer: the meatballs of caciocavallo silano. Discover the traditional recipe on Bottega di Calabria.

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