Poké Bowl

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Poké’ originated as a snack for Pacific Ocean fishermen, who ate fish left over from the day’s fishing, cut into chunks, and a few other ingredients, such as kukui nut pulp, sea salt and soy sauce. However, there is a difference between Pokè, the national dish of Hawaii, and the “Pokè Bowl”, a Euro-Asian contamination, […]

French Macarons with white chocolate ganache

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Macarons are delicious and refined sweets of the French culinary tradition, beautiful to look at and a melting treat for the palate, we offer you this recipe made with the classic French meringue and white chocolate ganache, in a romantic pink version. Servings: 40 macarons Preparation: 40 minutes Cooking time: 10 – 12 minutes Total: […]

The Bag in Box

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Although the tradition tends towards the classic and romantic bottle of wine, with its label, cork, capsule and everything that revolves around the symbolic opening of the bottle, it is absolutely necessary to dispel the concept that in the bag in box, which are nothing more than containers with extraordinary storage capacities, cannot be used […]

Cherry pavlova

Pavlova

Pavlova is one of our favorite desserts. It’s beautiful and good, but also quite easy to make. That’s why we asked Silvia to make one for us in combination with Pinot Grigio from the new Torri Cantine 1967 selection. A marvel for the eyes and for the taste! Serves: 8-10 people | Preparation: 40 min […]

Zibibbo

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Zibibbo, also known as Moscato d’Alessandria is a white grape variety whose origins are not certain, as often happens in the world of wine. In all probability it all began in Egypt, and its diffusion in “Europe” probably depended on the well-known commercial skills of the Phoenicians. History It is thanks to them and afterwards […]

A new wine project: Sesto Armonico

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Sesto Armonico Montepulciano D’Abruzzo DOC from the Musikè winery was born with the project commissioned by Maestro Peppe Vessicchio and Riccardo Iacobone, owner of the “Rosarubra” and “Torri” cellars of Abruzzo. Linked by a beautiful friendship and a passion for good wine and good music, the Maestro and the Entrepreneur have combined their energies and […]

“Ciambelline” with wine

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Recipe by Silvia Monopoli “Ciambelline” look like mini doughnuts and are one of the simplest and best-loved sweets of the Lazio tradition. They have a rustic consistency and a unique and genuine flavour. The secret to making excellent ciambelline is wine, first and foremost: not just any wine for cooking, but a good, fragrant wine, […]

Pork fillet cooked at low temperature

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Recipe by Elisa Bellacomo Difficulty: low Preparation time: about 1 hour and 45 minutes Ingredients (for 4 people): 500/600 g pork fillet 12/16 leaves of black cabbage 1 poached garlic clove extra-virgin olive oil to taste 1 pomegranate 1 drop of cold water 1 teaspoon of starch butter to taste salt to taste pepper to […]

You can call them ENOTIONS, if you want

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Article by Alessandra Riccitelli Pinot Grigio owes its etymology to France: “Pin” means “pine” in French, and this name was given to it because of the similarity between the bunch of grapes and the pine cone, it is made up of very small berries that are close together. Considered to all intents and purposes an […]