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From 12 to 90 months: how age change Parmigiano Reggiano

My hopeless cholesterol won’t like this post.​But Parmigiano Reggiano in Bologna is in every house, in every fridge and on the top of every serious pasta. Some people call it the king of cheese: the truth is that in one name you find very different kind of cheese with different usage. So take some time, Continua a leggere..

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Bologna with kids: 5 great things to do (and 1 dinosaur)

When I was a kid Bologna was my city of dreams.​Dinosaurs in cinemas, dinosaurs in toy shops, real dinosaurs in a museum! My Jurassic age has gone, but if you’re planning a few days in Bologna with your children here are my suggestions to make them WOOOOW like I did. Passion for tortellini starts very Continua a leggere..

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Bologna with kids: 5 great things to do

When I was a kid Bologna was my city of dreams.​Dinosaurs in cinemas, dinosaurs in toy shops, real dinosaurs in a museum! My Jurassic age has gone, but if you’re planning a few days in Bologna with your children here are my suggestions to make them WOOOOW like I did. Passion for tortellini starts very Continua a leggere..

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When Anthony Bourdain was in Bologna

He hated brunch and loved Negroni.Visited 120 countries and ate in best and worst places on the planet.He was a TV star, but he always said his truth about food. Anthony Bourdain visited Bologna and Emilia Romagna in 2012 for his show No reservations.He won’t come again but he left us a great document about Continua a leggere..

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Where to spend your summer nights in Bologna

Summer in Bologna is like a chocolate box, sorry Forrest. Rich and tasty, but ends always too soon.Here’s my guide for the best places to enjoy and never miss any crumb of it. Aperitivo at Le Serre dei Giardini Margherita. Live music between rosemary and thyme. With a spritz, between the trees: aperitivo places You’ve Continua a leggere..

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6 Things to know before visiting Bologna

It’s easy to fall in love with Bologna.It happens to me every day: under a portico, wandering at night in Piazza Maggiore or riding fast through my secrets streets. ​​To live Bologna without a hitch, however, there are a few helpful things to keep in mind. 1. Bologna is the perfect location to visit Northern Continua a leggere..

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How to eat tagliatelle like a Bolognese

It’s hard not to meet them in Bologna. They are around you in every corner, in every season.Loved by kids, perfect with ragù, but also great for vegetarians.It’s time to learn everything about tagliatelle. 8mm of perfection Like many Italian foods, a single detail could change everything.Tagliatelle must be 8mm thick. Not one more. The exact Continua a leggere..

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5 ways to get the most out of Balsamic

It’s expensive. Hard to find. And needs care.But Balsamic vinegar of Modena is like a precious pearl necklace: you can’t keep it closed in the dark of your cupboard. You have to use it. For special occasions sure, but even daily, why not?It’s just important to use it properly. ​Here are 5 ideas to use Continua a leggere..

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Cooking apron GIVEAWAY

Hey there home chefs, rejoice!We have created a new cooking apron for you. Because ragù is delicious, but not on your shirt. We’re giving away one of it to make your cooking more comfortable. How is Taste Bologna cooking apron Looking for a unique souvenir to take home from Bologna? ​Made in Emilia Romagna, easy Continua a leggere..

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Somebody feed Phil in Modena, guess who?

It happened again. This time in Modena. This time on Netflix. This time with Phil Rosenthal.After BBC episode with Rick Stein in Bologna, I ended up working for Netflix show Somebody feed Phil.​The episode in Northern Italy was shot in September 2017, and me and Caterina, my food guide in Modena, were that somebody. Join us behind Continua a leggere..

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