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Focaccia is not pizza and is about 2000 years older. It is from the Latin 'focaccia' meaning hearth or fireside. Italian food And drinks. Torrone di Cremona is a traditional nougat that can be found in many regions throughout Italy, Spain and France thanks to the Arabs. .

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Focaccia is not pizza and is about 2000 years older.

It is from the Latin 'focaccia' meaning hearth or fireside.

Italian food

And drinks


Torrone di Cremona is a traditional nougat that can be found in many regions throughout Italy, Spain and France thanks to the Arabs.

The word torrone is definitely of Latin origin and comes from “torrere”, meaning to toast. Torrone is made with toasted almonds, honey and other ingredients including egg whites.


The Italian drink in many regions throughout Italy, Spain and France thanks to the Arabs.

Ah, Prosecco.  A wonderful Italian drink.  It’s a bubbly straw-yellow white wine which often comes from the Conegliano-Valdobbiadenearea areas of Italy.


The Italian drink Strega in many regions throughout Italy, Spain and France thanks to the Arabs.

Made of over 70 different barks and herbs, it was first produced in Benevento, central Italy and is steeped in history where it is told that the drink was first made by beautiful female sprites and used their new potion to cast spells on lovesick humans, thereby giving its name, Strega, meaning witch. Also this is 40% proof.


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