The average tourist used to navigate the world of hotels by stars. Everyone knows, for example, that five stars are better than four, and even more so than three. Upon closer examination, however, it turns out that hotels with the same number of stars can differ from each other, like heaven and earth in terms of the services provided and the condition of the hotel itself, even within one country. What is the matter? The permissiveness of hoteliers? No matter how. Continue reading
Residents of Italian Tuscany like to tell foreigners with mock humility that their cuisine is “poor” (cucina povera). However, they also know how to turn simple rural food into a restaurant hit.
Among the dishes traditional for the regional cuisine there are also tomato puree under the sonorous name of Pappa al pomodoro. In principle, nothing complicated, try to repeat in your kitchen. Continue reading