Seven facts you did not know about garlic

Seven facts you did not know about garlic

Garlic: you either hate it, or you simply love it. We are sure that you ate it more than once in your life, but did you know this fantastic vegetable can do more than add taste to your dishes? The main reason it spread worldwide is for its medicinal properties.Let's take a journey through time and around the world together to discover more! From...

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Tiramisù: the world-wide famous Italian dessert

Tiramisù: the world-wide famous Italian dessert

The word Tiramisù means "pick me up," and it comes from the Treviso dialect, "Tireme su."The main ingredients are Mascarpone cheese, Zabaglione cream, Espresso coffee, Savoiardi cookies (also known as Ladyfingers), and a topping of chocolate.According to a few historical records, this amazing dessert was created in 1800 as an aphrodisiac pudding....

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Easter time in Italy

Easter time in Italy

In Italy, Easter (Pasqua) is the second biggest holiday after Christmas. It is celebrated on the first Sunday after the full moon following Spring Equinox. It is also linked to the Carnevale celebration, at the end of which the period of Lent (Quaresima) starts. This period symbolizes the 40 days that Christ spent in the desert before His Death...

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Coronavirus Response

Coronavirus Response

The well-being of our Guests, Staff and the Community we serve will always be our primary concern. In addition to our perpetual and unyielding attention to cleanliness, we have implemented the following measures at both Campania locations in response to the Coronavirus issue: We will utilize single-use, pre-wrapped utensils as opposed to our...

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Carnevale in Italy

Carnevale in Italy

You are probably familiar with Carnival celebration in New Orleans (called Mardi Gras) and Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, but Carnevale is also one of the most famous festivals all around Italy. Celebrations usually are held from the second weekend of February until mid-March, depending on the region. Carnevale was originally a Catholic holiday that...

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La Befana

La Befana

If you have been to Italy during the Christmas holidays, good chances are that just past the New Year Celebration, you might have seen in shops colorful stocking full of sweets, or dolls of an old lady with a broomstick. Both the socks and the "old lady" are related to the Epiphany day, celebrated almost worldwide on the 6th of January, and...

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Bianco Natale

Bianco Natale

Make your Christmas celebration extra special this year with a new fantastic cocktail! White Russian with an American twist Bianco Natale is our new Holiday cocktail inspired by a great classic, the most loved White Russian cocktail, with a personal touch of Christmas taste! Our bartenders created a new version of a beloved classic cocktail, and...

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6 Ways to love Pomodoro!

6 Ways to love Pomodoro!

What do you know about our Good Ole’ Tomato? That we love it, we know for sure! Tomatoes originated in Central and South America, where the Aztecs were growing and eating them as early as 700 AD. It was only in 1493 that the Spanish conquistador Hernàn Cortès took the seeds back to Europe, understanding all the potential of this plant.It started...

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Olives and Olive Oil

Olives and Olive Oil

The olive oil is unique, as it is the olive tree. It is an evergreen and it grows in subtropical climates all over the world, growing between 10 and 40 feet tall in size, and living up to hundreds of years!! During spring, it is covered in white flowers that will then turn into olives. Olives will be harvested between late September up to...

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The origin of Italian Gelato

The origin of Italian Gelato

One of the most loved food in the world is Italian gelato, with a history dating back right to the Egyptians, where Pharaohs used to offer their guests a chalice divided into two parts: one with snow and the other with fruit juices. However, to see a version of Gelato which is more similar to the one we know, we have to fast forward until 1565...

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Italian salads to Celebrate National Salad Month!

Italian salads to Celebrate National Salad Month!

May is the perfect month to celebrate fresh greens! We think fresh and crisp salads are the perfect way to cool off when the heat turns up! The chefs at Campania have created many delicious and healthy Italian recipes that can be enjoyed during National Salad Month this May! Creating the perfect Italian Salad Around the world, people have...

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Seasonal Vegetables of Spring in Italian Cuisine

Seasonal Vegetables of Spring in Italian Cuisine

Spring is here! After a long, dreary winter, there is nothing better than gardens starting to pop with color. Seeing Farmer’s Markets filling up with the fresh vegetables of Spring awakens our spirits from the cold winter to the fresh veggies that we’ve all been craving! Our favorite veggie options and greens Spring yields some of the very best...

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Visiting Naples, Italy

Visiting Naples, Italy

The capital of the Campania region of Italy is Naples, Italy. It is a breathtaking city full of sites to see and food to eat. Come tour with us!

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How is it Made: Prosciutto di Parma

How is it Made: Prosciutto di Parma

Many would call ‘prosciutto’ an Italian ham or bacon. They may go as far as to say it is very thinly sliced and slightly salty. But do you really know what prosciutto is? Do you know how it differs from pancetta? Do you know what makes prosciutto di Parma so unique? Prosciutto di Parma: like the old times All prosciutto is made from the hind legs...

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Pasta Dishes Around the World – Not Just an Italian Food Favorite

Pasta Dishes Around the World – Not Just an Italian Food Favorite

Pasta! It’s the Italian food that most people visit Italian restaurants for. Pasta dishes, however, are not exclusive to Italy, pasta is simply, a mixture of flour and water or egg, and is a staple food that comes in many shapes and sizes. From simple sides to complex dishes bursting with flavor pasta is loved all over the world - not just Italy....

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Glossary of Pizza

Glossary of Pizza

HISTORY In 1889, the famous pizzaiolo Raffaelle Esposito of Naples created a special pizza for Queen Margherita of Savoy. As pizza during this time was not a dish consumed by the privileged, Esposito wanted to honor the Queen by recreating the colors red, white and green of the Italian Flag. Queen Margherita enjoyed the pizza so much that the...

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The Story of Pizza Margherita

The Story of Pizza Margherita

Though we don’t exactly know how old pizza is, historians speculate that pizza-like foods were found as early as 6th century BC and the first document of the word pizza was in 997 AD in central Italy (the Campania region). From there, Italians continued eating and perfecting their pizza craft. The Beginning of Neapolitan Pizza and Pizza...

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