Here are the links for some Food Products of Italy
- BALSAMIC VINEGAR
- Biscotti – Source: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Biscotti & Cookies – Source: ItalianMade.com
- What is Biscotti? – Source: wiseGEEK
- CHEESE (FORMAGGI ITALIANI)
- ChocoLocate : The Chocolate Lovers' Page :
- The Chocolate Festival in Turin and Piedmont
- Cioccolato (Chocolate) – Source: Extratorino
- Nestlé European Chocolate
- Torino sweet on 'da Vinci' of chocolate – Posted 2/13/2006 10:10 PM; Updated 2/14/2006 10:24 AM – Source: USA TODAY
- Turin, City of Chocolate Treats – Source: "All Things Considered" on NPR
- HAM (PROSCIUTTO)
- GRISSINI (BREADSTICKS)
- Grissini or Breadsticks – GRISSINO TORINESI STIRATO or IL GRISSINO – Source: The Artisan
- GRISSINI – Source: ItalianMade.com
- OLIVE OIL (OLIO di OLIVA)
- COLAVITA® – Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Olys – THE FIRST OIL FROM CEREAL AND FRUIT – In English, French, Italian
- PREZZEMOLO (PARSLEY)
- PARSLEY AS USED IN ITALIAN COOKING – Source: e*rcps...
- Prezzemolo - Exporter, Manufacturer & Suppliers – In multiple languages – Source: ExportPages International
- Pizza – il portale della pizza
- SALUMI – Source: ItalianMade.com
- Two generic types
- Minced meats known as insaccati (encased in protective coverings or sausages), such as salame, cotechino, soppressata, luganiga, zampone and mortadella.For example:
- Whole cuts, such as prosciutto (ham), spalla (shoulder), capocollo (neck), pancetta (belly, sometimes smoked as bacon), culatello (an aged filet of rump) and speck (smoked flank). For example:
- ItalianMade.com – "The Official Web Site of the Foods and Wines of Italy"
- Glossary – "...thousands of food and wine related Italian terms are featured in this glossary, to help you talk like a real pro..."
- Breads, Pizza Rolls, Focaccia, Grissini... – Source: About.com
- Food & Agriculture – In multiple languages – Source: ExportPages International
- Italia Mia – Your guide to Italy and its products
- SEE ALSO:
- Info on food museums in Italy *, dated, Wednesday, April 20, 2011k.vjj
- Info about, for or on pizza in Italy *, dated, Wednesday, March 23, 2011
- Info on some of my blog entries (URLs) about, for or on food in Italy *, dated, Wednesday, February 16, 2011
- Info about, for or on Christmas cookies and cakes in Italy *, dated, Wednesday, December 08, 2010
- Info about, for or on salumi (Italian cured meats) in Italy *, dated, Wednesday, November 17, 2010
- Info about, for or on gelato (ice cream) in Italy *, dated, Wednesday, October 13, 2010
- Info about, for or on formaggi (cheeses) in Italy *, dated, Wednesday, September 22, 2010
- Info about, for or on pasta in Italy *, dated, Wednesday, July 28, 2010
- Info on food blogs in Italy *, dated, Wednesday, June 30, 2010
- Info on some of the food delicacies/specialties from the region of Abruzzo, Italy *, dated Monday, March 08, 2010
- Info about chocolate in Italy *, dated, Tuesday, January 13, 2009
- Info on Olive Oil in Italy *, dated, Tuesday, March 20, 2007
- Info on Visiting Food Shrines in France and one in Italy *, dated, Sunday, January 15, 2006
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That's it for Tuesday, 31 January 2006: martedì, 31 gennaio 2006.
Today’s quote is an Italian proverb, author unknown.
"L'appetito vien mangiando."
"Appetite comes with eating."
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