by Gino De Blasio | 7 Minute Read Should you ever want to take a tour of London in a different way, you can. There is now the Negroni tour. A word two consonants away from getting you a thirteen match ban if you were a professional footballer, it has become the latest way to … Continue reading An Italian Mixer, Your Inception Into Becoming Italian
We’re back, and with a wine infested bang. We’ve had technical issues, design issues (still not fully resolved) and work issues… Well, raise a glass to Italy’s finest vino’s. This infographic is courtesy of Headwater Holidays.
It’s nearly Christmas and Eatosi has been away for a few weeks. To get you all in the festive spirit, we are doing a Christmas culinary trip around Italia, discovering delicacies along the way. Today we’re in Piedmonte, a region responsible for Nutella and the Fiat 500! “This week we are in Piedmont, Italy’s best … Continue reading A chef and an art historian walk into a bar…
Palmiro Togliatti had been shot. Italy’s leading Communist leader in the post war was a crucial figure of the day to day running of a nation. Whilst parliament was heavily controlled by the Christian democrats, the working class, the ones responsible for the re-birth of Italy were anything but. The country was economically desolate and … Continue reading When Bartali saved Italy… and cucina povera was born