The obelisks of Rome: between history, culture and curiosity

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Rome, the Eternal City, is the symbol of Italian history and culture, but not only… in fact it boasts the largest number of obelisks in the world. Wandering around Rome you will notice thirteen imposing obelisks, eight of which of Egyptian origin and five of Roman origin. What does obelisk mean? The name means “skewer” […]

Arancino or Arancina? Name, origins and tasty variations

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In Sicily you don’t mess with food because it’s venerated and considered like a divinity. Sicilian recipes are endless and change from place to place, as each one has its typical dishes, both sweet and savory, and its variations. While these do not create confusion among the inhabitants of the island, the same cannot be […]

Cantina Cerquetta, where Frascati wine is made according to tradition

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We Insideat always seek excellence in taste because we love good food and drink! Today we announce a new partnership with Cantina Cerquetta, a winery with a centuries-old tradition, managed by the fourth generation of the Ciuffa family and immersed in the green hills of the Castelli Romani. We are talking about the homeland of […]

The Jewish ghetto between history, traditions and flavors

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Dear Insideaters, among our food tours you will find the Trastevere and Jewish Ghetto one (Discover here!). This is in fact, a very rich archaeological and cultural area, but above all it is the “homeland” of culinary specialties that have inspired traditional Roman cuisine. The Ghetto of Rome is considered one of the oldest in […]

New Year’s Eve in Sicily: traditions to welcome new year

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New Year’s Eve, all over the world, marks the end of a year and the beginning of a new one, where everything is yet to be discovered and experienced.However, before this year ends, we have decided to tell you about the dishes and traditions that characterize the evening of December 31st for a true Sicilian. […]

What cannot be missing on the Roman table at Christmas

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We love Christmas for the magical atmosphere that you breathe, the lights that illuminate the streets and fill the houses, the trees surrounded by gifts and the tables with good food. Italy is famous for its excellent traditional cuisine, but during the holiday season, Italian grandmothers and mothers get busy preparing the famous Christmas recipes. […]

The Colosseum, between history and curiosity

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Dear Insideaters, today we have decided to take you with us to discover the most visited monument in Italy: the Colosseum. Its construction began between 70 and 72 AD. under the control of Emperor Vespasiano who, for the inauguration, started games lasting about 3 months. In the morning there were games with animals, while in […]

Sicilian street food: a delicacy for each city

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Frederick II of Svevia once said, “I don’t envy God’s Paradise for I am satisfied with living in Sicily,” can you blame him! Sicily has everything: history, landscapes, culture and excellent food. To find all the delicacies this region offers, you simply should walk around its beautiful and characteristic streets. Let ‘s start with… Arancino or […]

Insideat cooking class. Chef Davide proposes: Italian homemade pasta

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INGREDIENTS 4 large free-range eggs 3 Cups Flour Tipo ’00’ flour* Sea salt How to make your pasta: Place the flour on a wood board, make a well at the center of you “mountain of flour”. The hole has to be wide enough to put your eggs in it. Break the eggs into it and […]

Insideat, your personalized experience

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  The desire to travel, discover new places, learn about new cultures, taste the specialties of each country, learn about new customs and be part of a culture that welcomes us has never left us alone in all this time. We have anxiously dreamt of this moment, awaiting its arrival, but now we are finally […]