EATALY from top to toe

Mountainous, pastoral, coastal – just as Italy’s terrain changes from north to south, east to west, so does its cuisine. But ‘Italian food’ is a misnomer in many ways, with ingredients, flavours and dishes varying greatly depending on where you are. Each of Italy’s 20 regions has its own unique culinary make-up – shaped by its geography, climate and historical influences. As a rough guide, here’s what you might find on the menu in…


Regions: Liguria, Piedmont, Aosta Valley, Lombardy,

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