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Recipe of the week: Mimosa-lemon jelly

Local products | Sunday 16 February

Bring the sun of the Côte d'Azur to your table with this delicacy!

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Seborga, the Templar monks agritourism returns to cultivate black strawberries: ancient fruit revered by the Celts

Local products, Places of interest | Thursday 13 February

The Celts, despite their profound culture and respect for nature, hardly ever wrote anything, but transmitted traditions and customs orally.

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Recipe of the week: Red crepes with porcini mushroom cream

Local products | Sunday 09 February

The red crepes in addition to being spectacular, can be prepared earlier, as well as the seasoning and this is a significant advantage! Are a naturally colored and very decorative recipe on the dish.

The Genoa-Casella historical railway is back! [Video gallery]

The Genoa-Casella historical railway is back! [Video gallery]

Itineraries, Places of interest, Local products, Business, Video | Tuesday 04 February

A journey from the sea to the mountains filled with Ligurian flavors, adventure, and history.

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Recipe of the week: Rustic apple pie with walnuts and wholemeal flour

Local products | Sunday 02 February

It is a simple, cupboard sweet that recalls the flavors of the past! Perhaps with Renette apples and nuts from Cuneo...

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Recipe of the week: Baci di dama salati (salty lady kisses)

Local products | Sunday 26 January

Today we propose an appetiser, ideal for Valentine's day dinner, which is very easy to prepare and also something tasty.

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Recipe of the week: Frisceu (fritters) of mushrooms without eggs

Local products | Sunday 19 January

Specialty of Genoa, one of the many frisceu; vegan recipe.

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The 8 culinary delights born in Turin and exported all over the world

Local products, Gallery | Thursday 16 January

Turin is a city with a great gastronomic-culinary tradition. Over the years, in the Piedmontese capital some very inventive cooking inventions were born, which then spread to Italy and, in many cases, all over the world.

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