THREE F’S – DOES IT RING THE BELL FOR YOU WHEN IT COMES TO ITALY ?

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BEFORE YOU FROWN – HERE  ARE THE  THREE  F’s  THAT WERE A/M.

FOOD – FASHION – FERRARI

HUNGARIANS AND THE ITALIANS HAVE SO MUCH IN COMMON!

JUST LOOK AT THEIR NATIONAL FLAGS … SAME COLOURS. THE ONLY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TWO OF THESE NATIONAL FLAGS ARE THE COLOURS IN ORDER. SOMETIMES THEY ARE MISTAKEN BY THE REST OF THE WORLD BECAUSE OF THAT.

NO OTHER COUNTRY’S NATIONAL FLAGS  HAVE SUCH A STRONG MATCH TO EACHOTHER

THE HUNGARIAN NATIONAL FLAG COLOURS IN ORDER:

RED – WHITE –  GREEN

THE ITALIAN NATIONAL FLAG COLOURS IN ORDER:  

GREEN – WHITE  – RED

During the late morning hours of September, 28,  the Italian Institution of Culture held it’s press conference at the center of Italian Institution of Culture here at Budapest. The press conference was to introduce the newly published booklet of the:  Toothsome Italy “Ízes Itália”

The Italian food is well know around the world. The manner, the enjoyment, the ingredience, led its way to the style of meeting,  brought individuals closer to gathering and to the togetherness. Many Italian and Hungarian cusines and behaviours are pretty similar. In our rushy days it is very much needed to spend some time to catch our breath or to blow out ourselves. Dining in Italy  as well in Hungary is seen not as consuming a meal, but as an opportunity to spend time with friends and family The taste of food at these social getaways are just as important as the flavours.

You need not have to have Italian background to help you out with the cooking.Whether you were looking for an Italian Cookbook or not, you will enjoy every page – in the meantime edited in Hungarian language.  It is a booklet that is entertaining, informative, and fun.

This softcover booklet: Toothsome Italy “Izes Italia” has been introduced by it’s first edition to show with what to expect  in the upcoming editions of giving an overview of the  region’s of Italy’s  specialities that lays throughout 20 region, from North to South – from East to West.

Also a great guide for eyes and taste to an upcoming  visit to Italy by introducing those region’s landscapes, traditional food and most historical scenes to be seen.

Interesting to read for any lover of Italian cuisine. The Toothsome Italy “Ízes Italia”  booklet is regardless of whether or not you plan to cook.

The welcoming writing and teaching style comes through and introduce the history about the gastronomic in details about various regions and specific foods. The Toothsome  Italy  “Izes Itália” is more than just a cook booklet. It can become a great selection to your culinary or on your shelves at your travel libraries.

The plans are set to go for a  twelve monthly edition. This  first edition takes you to the landscape and cuisine of Friuli-Venezia Giulia.

The  aim  of these publications is  also to take you through time and regions to capture the joy of the cuisine, culture, travel. It opens the windows to an overview of different features in the past of  famous Italians in Hungary and Hungarians in Italy.

When just going through the pages of this illustrated cuisines, you will see the recipes are simple to prepare, the food sounds delicious and even though you may not be hungry, you will feel the need to get up and head for your kitchen to try, start cooking by the support of this newly published Toothsome  Italy “Ízes Itália” traditional Italian cuisine.

From right to left: Mr. Salvatore Ettore, Director to Hungary at the Italian Institution of Culture, Dott.ssa Rita Faragó, General Editor at the RadioInform Dr. Marta Haas, Editor of the Toothsome Italy “Ízes Itália”, Gianni Annoni, Famous Italy Chef and Program manager.

Update and snaps by: Aggie Reiter

2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Chris on 09/10/2011 at 09:13

    Hi There….Gee I like this site…there is so much information on food and the good things of life..I look forward to the updates………..I just had a boring hamburger….and now I’m hungry again…I’m imagining walking down the cobbled streets of an Italian village and savouring the aromas of traditional cooking, Italian style…wafting through the open windows….Thanks again…..Chris from Downunder

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  2. Hey! Do you use Twitter? I’d like to follow you if that would be okay. I’m undoubtedly enjoying your blog and look forward to new updates.

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