Tag Archives: Typical

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Toscana Divino

Toscana Divino features a full-restaurant, presenting both the most contemporary and traditional Tuscan and Italian cuisine. Including the world famous Fiorentina steak. The menu draws its inspiration for classic dishes found... Read More »

Balsamico

Balsamic vinegar, the best coming traditionally from Modena. It is made from a cooked grape must known as saba, then aged for several years, with some vinegars dating back a century or more. The finest have a DOC. designation,... Read More »

Branzi

Cow's and goat's milk cheese from... Read More »

Carpaccio

Dish of thin slices of raw meat dressed with olive oil, lemon, and parmesan... Read More »

Diplomatico

"Diplomatic," a rum-soaked pound cake or lady fingers cake layered with custard and candied... Read More »

Garganelli

Romagna pasta dumplings pressed to form grooves on the... Read More »

Luganega

Slender pork sausage, a specialty of... Read More »

Missoltit

Preserved fish made from Lake Como... Read More »

Pappa al pomodoro

One of Tuscany's most famous soups, pappa al pomodoro is made with stale bread and ripe tomatoes with the addition of garlic, onions, and basil. Before serving, the soup must be drizzled with olive... Read More »

Biancomangiare

Jellied white custard, flavored with pistachios and... Read More »