Something I would like to immediately report from my anniversary trip in Turin is surely about food. Italian food is awesome quite everywhere. But if I have to rank my personal regional chart about food, these would surely be the top 5:
- Sicily (well, a bit biased I have to reckon)
- Emilia Romagna
The selection criteria of this very personal ranking are the following:
- variety of cuisine
- number of amazing dishes
- quality of food
So here we have a very easy recipe to prepare one of the most famous Piedmont dessert. (Actually it’s also one of the fav of my half piemontese LoveOfTheHeart):
This should be the result of this very typical italian food (pic).
Argentinian food is not just asado! Despite you’ll find a grill in every restaurant around the country, you can also discover different specialities in every region. But there are two dishes you can be sure to meet in every place you visit: a dessert with dulche de leche and Empanadas.
It seems they arrived in Argentina with the Portuguese, but their origins can be found in Moorish Iberia and in India (like the samosa). They look like italian calzone also. So although it’s not very clear where they come from, I think it could be a mix of different cuisines. And a very good mix actually!