How People Live in Certain Parts of Italy and What Food They Do

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Farmer Ponsiello Giovanni and his wife Maria Aprea preparing pomodorino piennolo del Vesuvio for the winter season in their home

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Ravioli Made by “Nonna”

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This is Maria, an old lady who makes the best Sgagliozze in Bari. She is about 85 and she cooks them in front of her house at the price of around 1-3 euros. She is a living legend and has been featured in Newsweek’s 101 best places to eat street food in the world

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Village women following the traditional method of preparing tomato sauce for bottling – Isole Eolie (Aeolian Islands).

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Stefano Scatà Food Lifestyle and Interiors photographer – Pomodorino piennolo del Vesuvio

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The secret to a long and happy life is spending it with someone you can love forever… And pasta. Lots and lots of pasta.

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Sicilian flatbreads and pizza, patisserie and coffee, all looked exquisite through the window. And it was packed.

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Naples, Italy | Paul Montecalvo

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Making fettuccine

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