When in Italy....here's how to eat real Italian food

When in Italy....here's how to eat real Italian food

Home Food's emissaries are as tradition-bent as it gets—Italian mamas and grandmas along with a handful of men. That's a different animal from the international Slow Food movement, which also has roots in Italy and is albeit sympathetic.
Collectively, they're called cesarine. Marcante is one of them, but there are some 300 cesarine (and cesarini, the male version) in Home Food's network, scattered across Italy from Sicily in the south to Lombardy in the north. MORE

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