FOOD & DRINK
Starbucks and supermarket sugo: Is Italian food getting more ‘American’?
As Starbucks expands into southern Italy and stores stock a rising number of convenience foods, Silvia Marchetti asks: is the country seeing an inevitable shift towards a more industrialised, American-style diet?
Published: 12 May 2023 11:38 CEST
US fast-food chains including McDonalds and Starbucks are enjoying success in Italy - but how much are Italian eating habits changing overall? (Photo by Tiziana FABI / AFP)
OPINION & ANALYSIS
OPINION: Italy’s constant strikes are part of the country’s DNA
The Italian news is full of reports of strikes - again. Silvia Marchetti explains why striking is part of Italy's social fabric, and why it's always the same old story.
Published: 2 June 2023 08:55 CEST
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With the greatest of respect some of the bottled pasta sauces are incredibly delicious and will have been cooked by someone who has or had a
What a joy after a days work not to have to start chopping onions !
I think we should salute these delicious sauces and hail them as a culinary triumph rather than get all nonna ‘ ish about them !
Anyway nonna probably wants to put her feet up ?
Im American and would never use bottled sauce. Matter of fact I make a sauce that was passed down from my great-grandfather to my father to me. The recipe has remained unchanged for almost 125 years, probably longer since I assume my great-grandfather learned it from his mother.