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Italian Food Photos

Italian food photos to make you hungry; that is something I have always wanted to share on the website.

We already have a lot of great recipes (you can see them here) but our photos have never done Italian food and cuisine justice...until now! 

Whether it is wonderful Italian dishes or the food to be found in shops and markets; I will be sharing some mouth-watering photos over the coming months so please keep this page bookmarked and check in regularly to see what decadent delights have been added!

Plenty of the photos are those shared with us by our Facebook community so if you have something delicious and Italian to share you are welcome to do that there or on our recipe page.

First up are these photos shared by Susan Papazian. If you like them please click like below...

Susan Papazian Photos 

The fresh food markets of Orvieto are held every Thursday and Saturday mornings from dawn. By 5.30am you can hear the small trucks making their way through the cobbled street ways towards the 11th century built Piazza del Popolo.

If you're lucky enough to be staying in the Piazza you can hear the vendors setting up their stalls, emptying truckloads of fresh produce. The markets are aplenty with fresh fruit and vegetables, cheeses, prosciutto and salamis and flowers. This is a food lovers heaven. 

Market-in-Italy

mmm...this is GOOD!!


 

Salami in Italy

Wild boar salami at the Orvieto market.


 

Italian food photos
nun in Italy

A nun shopping in Orvieto.

 


 

Cheese Market Italy
cheese at a market stall

So many cheeses...so little time!


 

Italian dessert
Desserts from Italy

Desserts at the  Caffé Gilli in Florence.


 

Preparing Pasta

Making Pasta the old fashioned way at the Fiorini Winery.


 

Italian treats

More great treats in preparation at the Fiorini Winery.


 

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