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Fruit tart: queen of the spring table

Fruit tart: queen of the spring table

by Simona Vitagliano Crunchy, tasty, genuine, colorful, the fruit tart is the queen of the spring table and is irresistible in all its variations. It is a classic recipe of our country, the dessert that is offered at every occasion because it is known that it can...

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 coffee landscapes

The coffee landscapes

From the plantations of the producing countries to the bars and cafes of the Neapolitan alleys and squares Article written by Michele Sergio and published on the Neapolitan Espresso of April 2020 Once it was all jungle. Then the tropical trees made room for the...

Doctors and coffee

Doctors and coffee

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Rome on March 29, 2020 The weeks we are experiencing in Italy are difficult. The most difficult since the Second World War. We have never had to face a health and epidemiological emergency like the one in progress;...

A great virtual party for the 160 years of the Gambrinus

A great virtual party for the 160 years of the Gambrinus

by Simona Vitagliano Exactly 160 years have passed since that May 12, 1860 in which the entrepreneur Vincenzo Apuzzo opened the doors of the Gambrinus premises for the first time (name that came only later thanks to the architect Antonio Curri) in the heart of the...