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From Merriam-Webster, comfort food is “food that is satisfying because it is prepared in a simple or traditional way and reminds you of home, family, or friends.” Here at Cucina Toscana, we are dedicated to preparing Italian foods in a traditional way, to offer the best flavor, satisfaction, and comfort. http://ow.ly/tBTN3068cCE

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NEW STUDY REVEALS THAT PASTA IS GOOD FOR YOU! Yes – that’s right – your eyes do not deceive you. http://ow.ly/Q6873061TgY

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In Italy, November 1 and 2, people celebrate All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day. This celebration is known as La Festa di Ognissanti, and it is a feast to celebrate all of the saints of the Catholic calendar. http://ow.ly/rwbZ305Qk4W

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Preserving foods ensure that the bountiful harvest does not go to waste. The process of preservation adds depth of flavor and texture to foods. http://ow.ly/zKVW305Fhqu

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No matter where you stand, no one can dispute that a bowl of perfectly cooked risotto is a true delight, a favorite comfort food of many. What is it about risotto that makes it so tricky – and so delicious? http://ow.ly/chOB305v1BE

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Christopher Columbus was an Italian sailor, born in Genoa, Italy in 1451. He landed in the Bahamas on October 12th, 1494.
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Would it surprise you to know that at one point in the 20th century, going to an Italian restaurant in a city’s “Little Italy” was a special excursion? http://ow.ly/uRml304MBX7

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When we think of Italian meats and wines, we usually think of the classic dry-cured items, such as prosciutto or mortadella or salami, served with a fine glass of wine. But did you know that Italian cuisine showcases many other kinds of meats and wines cooked together? http://ow.ly/3DXu304rGJE
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