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The second typical market of the city, Sant'Ambrogio market, has new eating facilities.

Published: 24/10/2017

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Florence Central Market - Mercato Centrale

The Central Market in Florence is a civic institution, made of flavors and freshness. On the ground floor, food products have been bought since 1874, when the great iron structure was established by Mengoni as the new market in the city.

Published: 4/10/2016

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Espresso or cappuccino?

Lungo or ristretto? Macchiato or corretto? You may already have found yourself losing your bearings among the various ways in which you can order coffee in an Italian bar.

Published: 7/5/2014

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Lampredotto... delicious!

It can be bought from the trippai (literally tripe sellers), stalls permanently spread in various parts of the city that serve and prepare bovine offal, the so-called fifth quarter.

Published: 26/11/2014

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Truffle

Tuscany is a region with a significant truffle production, a high proportion of which is the white variety, the most prestigious amongst the many kinds found.

Published: 20/3/2014

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Our cakes

Here are some of the typical Tuscan and Florentine cakes that can be found in pastry shops and bakeries, at certain times of year. This is due to the fact that most of the typical Tuscan cakes are linked to holiday periods and religious feasts.

Published: 1/7/2014

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DOP Tuscan sheep cheese

The origins of sheep cheese in Tuscany date back in the mists of time to the Etruscans.  Over the centuries, sheep grazing and breeding become widespread throughout the region.
Published: 20/3/2014

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