Bruschetta, or Italian open sandwich, is a piece of rustic white toasted bread, grated with garlic, soaked in olive oil and sprinkled with sea salt.
Often it is supplemented with fresh vegetables, cheese, meat, ham. It is unlikely that they will be able to visit the country and not try the world-famous antipasti. Bruschetta in Italy is often served as a standard complement to lunch or dinner.
The Italians pronounce the word bruschetta as “bruschetta” (with an emphasis on the letter “e” and the slightly outstretched letter “t”).
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Innsbruck, located at the foot of the Austrian Alps, as if created for a perfect holiday. And, of course, it is great for exploring the original and delicious Tyrolean cuisine.
And while there are no Michelin restaurants in Innsbruck as such – they are concentrated mainly in Vienna and Salzburg – this fact does not detract from the culinary advantages of local establishments. There are many places in the city with an unusual menu that will satisfy the taste of the most demanding guest, and with a bewitching panoramic view of the surroundings.
Innsbruck also has inexpensive cafes where people come to eat quickly and tasty while walking. Therefore, to start acquaintance with the gastronomic map of the city is worth the 10 most authentic Continue reading
The national cuisine of each state reflects its main cultural traditions. And it is not surprising that breakfasts in different countries of the world are completely different from each other.
Some people prefer nutritious high-calorie foods and large portions, and others have enough light snacks. So what do they eat for breakfast in different countries and corners of our planet?
Japanese-style breakfast consists of several dishes at once and may seem unusual to Europeans. In the mornings, they often eat steamed or boiled rice with pickled fruits or vegetables and, of course, seasonal baked fish. Continue reading