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In Italy, food is at the center of social life. For a family, eating together for dinner is a important moment to talk about what happened during the day and to share emotions and impressions, Sunday lunch is a not missable date for meeting grandparents and eating Nonna (grand-mother)'s traditional recipes. For a young couple a dinner date is a crucial moment and friends too when they want some quality time, organize a food event to enjoy the hours together.
Even in other countries food has this special characteristic to bring people together, but here the phrase " hai mangiato" (did you eat?) is like a a leit motiv, the litmus test of someone's well being, that one asks to his/her loved ones as a sign of caring.
While you are here, take the chance to increase your experience in cooking together with a local cook for a cooking class or try to discover lesser known products that worth sampling on a visit.
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