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I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Spritz

This week’s I•ATE Food Term is actually a Drink Term! Known for its bitter-sweet taste and red-orange colour, the Spritz is a white wine-based cocktail...

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Mozzarella in carrozza

Mozzarella in carrozza, literally “mozzarella in a carriage”, is a typical appetizer of the region Campania – one of the cradles of Italian gastronomy,...

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Pain au chocolat

We could easily say that pain au chocolat is one of the most renowned viennoiseries around the world. This delicious sweet roll with a...

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Cotton Candy

Blue, green or pink, this sweet treat creates a festive mood for those who decide to try it at least once. The topic of...

I-ATE Food Term of The Week: European Easter Dishes

Easter season is already here, which means that the colourful eggs and the delicious chocolate bunnies are back. Easter is the biggest Christian holiday...
I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Mayonnaise

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Mayonnaise

Ketchup’s eternal rival: adored by some and despised by others. As its “darker” twin, mayonnaise goes perfectly with French fries, sandwiches and burgers, but...
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I·ATE Food Term of the Week: Brigadeiros

This week’s I-ATE Food Term will surely please your sweet tooth! Condensed milk, butter, and cocoa powder are the only ingredients needed to prepare this...
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I•ATE Food Term of the Week: Ice cream

Ice cream is exquisite. What a pity it isn’t illegal. - quote sometimes attributed to Voltaire. It’s sweet, creamy, cold, it’s full of sugar and fat,...

I·ATE Food Term of the Week: Chocolate

Civilizations like the Mayans and Aztecs believed that cacao beans had magical attributes, which were appropriate enough to be used in rituals like birth,...
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I·ATE Food Term of the Week: Comfort Food

It is summer and summer is in some ways a nostalgic season as are its postcards. I am Italian and I realize that many...
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