#prinlume_foods

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Italian gelato is famous all around the world. And even though people know it simply as the Italian ice cream, the texture and taste si completely different. And that's because the normal ice cream has a lot more fat (it is usually made with cream, while gelato is made with milk instead of cream). Gelato has a more intense flavour, a milky texture and a dens consistency. It is probably the best dessert you can have in Italy! Except tiramisu of course :D

Italian gelato is famous all around the world. And even though people know it simply as the Italian ice cream, the texture and taste si completely different. And that's because the normal ice cream has a lot more fat (it is usually made with cream, while gelato is made with milk instead of cream). Gelato has a more intense flavour, a milky texture and a dens consistency. It is probably the best dessert you can have in Italy! Except tiramisu of course :D

Crostini are some really tasty Italian appetizers, made of small slices of toasted bread and different kind of toppings. The ones we've tried in Montepulciano only had some olive oil and some really spicy tomato sauce. Delicious!

Crostini are some really tasty Italian appetizers, made of small slices of toasted bread and different kind of toppings. The ones we've tried in Montepulciano only had some olive oil and some really spicy tomato sauce. Delicious!

Pecorino cheese is typical for Pienza, in Siena Tuscan province. There can be so many types of pecorino, starting with the fresco ones (fresh cheese, for table eating), rosso (red, aged 3 months with a thin red rind), semistagionato (partly aged, semi hard) and stagionato (aged, hard, mostly for grating). Pecorino actually means sheep cheese amd it pairs perfectly with a red Brunello di Montalcino wine :)

Pecorino cheese is typical for Pienza, in Siena Tuscan province. There can be so many types of pecorino, starting with the fresco ones (fresh cheese, for table eating), rosso (red, aged 3 months with a thin red rind), semistagionato (partly aged, semi hard) and stagionato (aged, hard, mostly for grating). Pecorino actually means sheep cheese amd it pairs perfectly with a red Brunello di Montalcino wine :)

Delicious coffee in Reykjavik, Iceland. Icelanders are crazy about coffee and so are we :D

Delicious coffee in Reykjavik, Iceland. Icelanders are crazy about coffee and so are we :D

Fruits in a local market in Sao Miguel, Azores Island.

Fruits in a local market in Sao Miguel, Azores Island.

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