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Italy that starts again

Italy that starts again

by Simona Vitagliano Italy has awakened. Again. With 18 May 2020, we said goodbye to the more restrictive phase of the quarantine that kept us safe and sheltered, within the home, to avoid an uncontrolled spread of Covid-19 and the congestion of hospitals. With the...

Moscow Mule, trendy cocktail

Moscow Mule, trendy cocktail

by Simona Vitagliano Spring has begun, quarantine is over and summer is approaching: what better time to redo our eyes (and palate) with a tasty trendy cocktail? By the way, have you ever heard of the Moscow Mule? A fresh and disturbing long drink If you found...

The Naples below : the Bourbon gallery

The Naples below : the Bourbon gallery

Naples is an incredible place: you can not walk too long without tripping over a piece of history. This also happens when you put your foot out of the Gran Caffè Gambrinus. In fact, a few steps from Piazza Plebiscito, in Vico del Grottone 4, there is the second...

Pastiera: origins of a gluttony

Pastiera: origins of a gluttony

"A Napule regnava Ferdinando ca passava e' jurnate zompettiando; Mentr' invece a' mugliera, ‘Onna Teresa, steva sempe arraggiata. A' faccia appesa, o' musso luongo, nun redeva maje, comm'avess passate tanta guaje. Nù bellu juorno Amelia, a' cammeriera, le dicette:...

Gambrinus, who was?

Gambrinus, who was?

The only certain thing that is known about Gambrinus is that it is the "bacchus of beer". Patron, King and inventor of this drink so loved all over the world, has given its name to our local, but there are many legends, stories and anecdotes that are told about him....

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