How to Eat Your Way through Italy
Truffles, pizza, charcuterie, burrata, pastries: a trip to Italy is a trip to a gastronomic wonderland. Is it even possible to try everything? We're willing to make the effort.

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The Swine of Orvieto

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Where's the beef? Who cares - when you come to Orvieto the thing to eat is "porchetta" and they do it in so many different ways that you'll just have to try them all. Either hit a restaurant or just go to one of the butcher shops and try a bit of everything. Grab some salami, proschutto, and so on, along with a baguette for a picnic. Of course a few bottles of the the local wine is also a must. Personally, I prefer the Orvieto Abboccato, which is semi-sweet.

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Where's the beef? Who cares - when you come to Orvieto the thing to eat is "porchetta" and they do it in so many different ways that you'll just have to try them all. Either hit a restaurant or just go to one of the butcher shops and try a bit of everything. Grab some salami, proschutto, and so on, along with a baguette for a picnic. Of course a few bottles of...

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Where's the beef? Who cares - when you come to Orvieto the thing to eat is "porchetta" and they do it in so many different ways that you'll just have to try them all. Either hit a restaurant or just go to one of the butcher shops and try a bit of everything. Grab some salami, proschutto, and so on, along with a baguette for a picnic. Of course a few bottles of the the local wine is also a must. Personally, I prefer the Orvieto Abboccato, which is semi-sweet.

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