Podcast Episode 23: Q&A: Italian menus

In this episode, a first in a series of Q&A sessions, I answer your questions about Italian menus and how Italians eat at home.

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If you have any questions about this episode, please write them in the comments below and I will answer them as soon as possible. As always, if you enjoyed the episode, please share it with someone else you think might enjoy it. If you have a moment, please rate and/or write a review for this episode on iTunes. This will help other people to find and enjoy the podcast. Thank you so much for your continued support of Luca’s Italy and for all the wonderful feedback I’ve received so far. If you’d like to help me create and develop this podcast and receive exclusive bonus material and updates, please consider becoming a patron. Full details are on my Patreon site. Grazie mille!

This week, I do something a little different and have a Question and Answer session with your questions about Italian menus. I’d like to start doing this format regularly so please send in your questions about any aspect of Italian food, history, or culture. I will give you a name check when I answer your question. To submit a question you can contact me at luca@lucamarchiori.com or via social media.

This week’s questions:

  • What is the structure of an Italian menu?
  • Do Italians really eat all courses on a menu?
  • Do Italians eat cheese for dessert like the French or British?
  • How does the structure of an Italian menu differ from north to south?
  • What do Italians drink with meals?
  • How do Italians eat at home?


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1 thought on “Podcast Episode 23: Q&A: Italian menus”

  1. Luca, I have absolutely loved all your podcasts! They are so informative, entertaining and leaves me wanting more! I am an Italian Australian. My dad was born in Piacenza and mum was from Reggio Calabria (yes, completely different!). Hopefully you have more episodes in the pipeline which I will eagerly await! Grazie mille!

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