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Here we celebrate the strong bonds between the engineers who design and build Bertazzoni appliances, the great agricultural traditions of the region and the unique depth and character of Italian cooking.

Bertazzoni garden gratin

A tribute to autumn colours and flavours, Bertazzoni Garden Gratin enhances the pleasure of being at home, around a table, as the cold season begins.The seasonal vegetables needed for the preparation...

Bertazzoni style eggplant

It comes from Asia, but it has been grown in Italy for centuries. Initially introduced into Sicily by the Arabs, between the fourth and the fifth centuries, eggplant has since then thrived throughout...

Speed oven: three ovens in one!

If the time you can devote to cooking is limited, but you do not want to compromise either on quality or on taste, a speed oven is what you need, because it combines a traditional and a microwave...

Almond Brittle

Fragrant and sweet, it is the king of Christmas treats. There is neither a fair nor a town festival where it is not sold, together with nougat and other typical delicacies of the Christmas season:...

Naples is a nativity scene!

The most beautiful nativity scene in Naples is Naples itself. You just have to go there to realize this. Do it by train, by car, by boat, as you prefer. You will notice Sant'Elmo Castle immediately:...

Ferrara Balloons Festival

They are rising up, slow and solemn, in the quiet morning air. Some sport the classic bulb shape and hundreds of colour shades, hanging like pictures over the clouds. Some are fanciful or downright...

Bertazzoni Turkey

Gallina de la tierra, that the way Christopher Columbus described a turkey, when he first saw one in 1502, after landing on the coast of Honduras. At the court of emperor Moctezuma, in Mexico, over a...

On the Pontine islands

It was my cousin Francesca - who lives in Rome and is fond of sailing - who made me discover the Pontine islands. They form part of an archipelago located in front of the Gulf of Gaeta, in the...

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