Weekly Nibbles :: 1960s Vintage Food

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It’s from the mood of this ‘Culinary Dolce Vita’… ‘L’Eleganza Del Cibo’ Exhibit To Explore Relationship Between Food And Fashion : News via Fashion Times

The recipes of the 60s are defined by strange chicken dishes, the continued domination of Jell-o and… 10 Recipes That Defined the 1960s — Recipes of the Decades via The Kitchn

Forget all those protein shakes and tiresome trips to the gym… Vintage food adverts via Telegraph

No meatloaf will ever be as good as your grandma’s meatloaf… Nostalgic Foods of the 60s, 70s, and 80s That Our Kids Will Never Have via babble.com

The Food Timeline: popular American decade foods, menus, products & party planning tips via foodtimeline.org

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You’ll Spontaneously Combust Into Glitter Upon Seeing “The rainbow-food trend” that is here to stay… Rainbow Sushi via POPSUGAR Food

When you embark on a diet, the key to maintaining sustained weight loss is to implement eating habits that will keep the pounds at bay… The sneaky food swaps that will help you cut 500 calories a DAY via Daily Mail Online

Pizza Times :: From Naples, Pizza’s Spiritual Home, to Japanese Okonomiyaki

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San Gennaro, aka St. Januarius, is the patron saint of Naples, a coastal Italian city of 950,000 located 140 miles south of Rome… Where To Eat Pizza In Naples, Italy, Pizza’s Spiritual Home via Food Republic

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Let’s start with Okonomiyaki, Japan’s take on pizza, is hardly recognizable when compared to the Italian original… This Is What Pizza Looks Like Around the World via Condé Nast Traveler

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The most sensible approach to the Alpine geological wonderland known as the Dolomites is also the most evocative one… In Italy, Hiking and Haute Cuisine in the Dolomites via The New York Times

Turin could be the blueprint for the post-industrial city of the future. Once Italy’s manufacturing powerhouse… The alternative city guide to Turin, Italy | Travel via The Guardian

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