Really easy to do. You need: spaghetti, fresh tomato, basil, oil and salt!
PIZZA MARGHERITA The popular pizza Margherita owes its name to Italy's Queen Margherita who in 1889 visited a famous Pizzeria in Naples. The Pizzaiolo (pizza maker) on duty that day, Raffaele Esposito, created a pizza for the Queen that contained the three colours of the new Italian flag: the red of tomato, white of the mozzarella and fresh green basil.
The real bistecca fiorentina comes from an ancient Tuscan breed, one of the worlds largest: the Chianina cow. It isnt a typical cut, it is very thick! THE BISTECCA FIORENTINA
The best place to discover this incredible range of cured meats is the salumeria. They sell the most renowned salumi: Prosciutto di Parma, Prosciutto Cotto, Mortadella, Pancetta, Soppressata, and more.
THE TIRAMISU Tiramisu was invented in the 1960s in a restaurant in Treviso, Italy. Literally translated, Tiramisu means "pick me up" or "carry me up, probably because it is made with strong coffee and Marsala.