It’s official. Eating in Italy is my favorite thing. That’s no small statement because there are countless other things I love about living in Italy. Little things like drinking Italian wine, traveling, being relaxed, and living a slower pace of life. Oh, and affordable Italian healthcare! If you caught my last post you’ll understand that one.
Yet still, eating in Italy is my favorite thing, period. Not just about living in Italy. I think eating in Italy might be a hobby for me. That can be a thing. Right?
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Eating in Italy is my Favorite Thing from Master of None
Lately, every time I sit down to eat in Italy, I sing this little catchy tune from the Master of None series.
Why Eating in Torino, Italy is So Much Fun
Over the last year, I’ve had time to explore every nook and cranny of Torino. Translation, I’ve been devouring one of the most progressive Italian food scenes. That’s right, I said it. Torino is one of the best places to eat in Italy.
“Move over, Tuscany. Piedmont is the up-and-coming destination for food in Italy.”Lori Zaino for The Points Guy
Not everyone professes as much love for the Piedmontese food scene as I do. After all, there are dishes like Cervello Fritto (fried calf’s brains) and Bollito Misto (boiled mixed meats.) Everyone who moves to Italy should try these at least once. I did. That was enough.
On the other hand, Piedmontese cuisine also includes some of the best cheese in the world. For example, Robiola, Toma, and my latest obsession. La Gran Riserva Occelli al Barolo. A cow and sheep’s milk cheese that’s aged in wine marcs (skins and the seeds of the grapes, after they have been pressed and fermented for wine) enriched with Barolo. I know! Cheesey Barolo, or should I say Baroloy Cheese? Either way, win-win.
What Italian Food Looks Like 2023
To illustrate why eating in Italy is one of my favorite things, here is a photo gallery of what Italian food looks like in Torino. You might want to lick your iPhone, but I suggest booking a trip to Italy instead.
The best part, these are all on my iPhone from the last month of eating in Italy. That’s a lie. The best part is I’ve been able to eat all this and not get fat, or go broke! Have I mentioned how much I love Italian food yet?
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Why Eating in Torino is My Favorite Thing
While some classic Piedmontese cuisine is the once is enough kind, far more makes you feel like a queen when you eat it regularly. Plus, Torino showcases the progressive side of eating in Italy. In Torino, you can find creative twists on Piedmontese classics like Vitello tonnato, right around the corner from Chinese dumplings so good lines form for them.
Eating in Torino so much lately has solidified eating in Italy as my favorite thing for two reasons. First, even after trying hundreds of restaurants, I’m still finding new gems all the time. There are so many restaurants in Italy! Second, fast food isn’t a thing in Italy. Let’s put it this way, the term QSR means nothing here. Sure, there are a few McDonalds around, but pizza is the fast food of Italy, and no, I don’t want fries with that.
So why do you care? Well, my friend, I’m about to start sharing my favorite restaurants in Italy. Subscribe below, and before long maybe you’ll be singing “eating in Italy is my favorite thing!” too.