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italy

Where to Find the Best Arancini in Milan

An exhaustive and very opinionated search.
Marco Giarratana
2.2.18
truffles
truffles

24 Hours with Milan's Truffle Dealers

Truffle dealing is a race against time. Unless they sell these precious ounces as soon as possible, they lose money.
Carlo Spinelli
11.18.17
Milan
Milan

What to Eat in Milan After Midnight

Late-night eats in a city of well-dressed drunks.
Marco Giarratana
10.5.17
coffee
coffee

Starbucks Is Coming to Italy and Italians Are Predictably Skeptical

The chain has announced plans to open its first location in one of the world's proudest coffee-drinking nations.
Phoebe Hurst
2.21.17
food waste
food waste

Cooking with Food Waste for Refugees, Recovering Drug Addicts, and Former Sex Workers

We spoke to Canadian chefs John Winter Russell and Jeremy Charles about using waste from the "Supermaket of the Future" to feed one of Milan's poorest neighborhoods.
Nick Rose
2.1.17
Technology
Technology

The Supermarket of the Future Knows Exactly What You're Eating

When I pick up a tomato, a set of data pops up on the screen in front of me telling me where the tomato was grown, as well as its nutritional properties and even its carbon footprint.
Alberto Mucci
10.7.16
bars
bars

Inside the World's Smallest Bar

“I have seen it all from behind the counter,” says the bartender at Backdoor, pointing at the tiny space in which he mixes what are considered some of Italy’s best cocktails.
Alberto Mucci
6.4.16
prison
prison

In Milan, Head to Prison for a Four-Course Dinner

In Galera restaurant is becoming one of the most popular dining destinations in Milan, but the fancy establishment has one unique element: it's inside of Bollate prison, where inmates are running dinner service.
Gianluca Pozzoni
2.15.16
Pizza
Pizza

Italy's Schoolchildren Will Not Tolerate Bad Pizza

more than 220 bambini turned up their little Italian noses at the “cold, rubbery, and often uncooked” pizza they were being served at school.
Alex Swerdloff
1.26.16
japan
japan

Japan Is Serving Foreigners Food from Post-Meltdown Fukushima

Despite reassurances by the government, it looks as though Fukushima may have a ways to go before everything returns to normal—if it ever will.
Alex Swerdloff
10.16.15
tea
tea

In China's Tea Mecca, You've Got to Brew Your Own

In Chinese culture, eating until you burst is considered a normal part of mealtime, and pu'er tea has digestive benefits that aid those moments. I recently explored Yunnan province hoping to spoil myself with some quality brews, but the search was more...
BRADY NG
3.18.15
Ghent
Ghent

This Man Wants You to Eat from His Fridge for Free

Stef Mintiens is an herbalist and doctor from Ghent, Belgium who is providing a fridge full of tasty food— from chicory-caraway soup, smoked Parma ham, to cake and quiches—for anyone who wants it.
Stefanie Staelens
2.19.15