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Molise, Italy

Molise, Italy

The second-smallest region in Italy, Molise was until the early 1960s considered part of the region of Abruzzo. Bordered on the east by the Adriatic Sea, Molise shares the rest of its new

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Marche, Italy

Marche, Italy

In the Italian region of Marche, time seems to stand still. Still a largely isolated region, Marche is a wealth of architecture and recipes dating back to Medieval times and beyond. Despi

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Lombardy, Italy

Lombardy, Italy

Lombardy is the fourth largest region and located along the northern border of Italy. The region’s capital of Milan is the second largest city and the largest metropolitan area in Italy

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Emilia-Romagna, Italy

Emilia-Romagna, Italy

Along this north-south road powerful Renaissance families ruled individual towns, from the Bentivoglios in Bologna to the Malatesta family in Rimini and the Este family in Ferrara. These

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DeLallo Goes To Italy!

DeLallo Goes To Italy!

DeLallo Goes to Italy Pasta is a big part of who we are, of course, and great care goes into every detail of pasta making. That’s why we visited our Pastificio (pasta factory) earlie

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Campania, Italy

Campania, Italy

Campania, Italy Located in the southern part of Italy, Campania sits at the front of the “boot” and boasts an excellent stretch of coastline along the Tyrrhenian Sea. It gov

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Calabria, Italy

Calabria, Italy

Calabria, Italy If Italy is a boot (in shape), then Calabria is the toe. This Southern Italian region is famous for its spicy and robust cuisine, emphasizing powerful ingredients like g

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