Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Info about traditional Italian Christmas foods and drink, meals and recipes in Italy


Here are some links about traditional Italian Christmas food and drink (Italiani Natale cibi e bevande), meals/menus and recipes in Italy:

    • Christmas Eve Traditional Dinner at Our Home – "According to family tradition, on Christmas Eve, our dinner includes “lean” dishes. In fact, the main ingredients are fish and vegetables, foods rich in vitamins and minerals, in addition to being lightweight and good for you. The only exception are those fried desserts (scrippelle, caggionetti) , that absolutely one cannot do without." – Saturday, December 18, 2010 – blogger: Elisa – "An immigrant cooker born in Abruzzo (Italy). Travel back to Abruzzo often to visit family and friends." – Source: La Casa e Il Giardino – "A Personal Collection - Home, Garden, Food ...and life"
    • Feast of the Seven Fishes – Source: Wikipedia – "The Free Encyclopedia" – In multiple languages
    • Feasts of Natale: A Traditional Italian Christmas – "Natale, or Christmas, is one of Italy's most beloved holidays, where each region celebrates 3 meals with its own line-up of traditional dishes. Take a peek into Italy's rich tradition and get a few ideas for your own holiday feasts this season." – By Piergiorgio and Amy Nicoletti – Source: Found in the Articles section of DELALLO – "Authentic Italian Food > Italian Cooking Recipes & More"
    • Italian Christmas Dinner –"Christmas dinner varies throughout Italy, but will almost certainly start with some prosecco, include pasta and end with panettone." – Dec 8, 2007 – Rebecca Ford – Source: Found under the Italian Cuisine section of suite101®.com – "Online magazine and Writers' network"
    • Christmas Around Italy: Traditional Venetian Christmas Dinner – December 14, 2011 – blogger: Kathy Ayer – Source: Food Lover's Odyssey – "Tasty Tales and Tips for Eating Your Way Through Italy and France"MISCELLANEOUS
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That's it for Wednesday, 23 November 2011: mercoledì, 23 novembre 2011

Ciao, Ben

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