Looking for something new in Italian cuisine is a bit like looking for something new in a retirement home. Italians cling fiercely to their regional traditions and their local ingredients. You don't monkey with successful recipes, you don't find many Sicilian dishes in Venice, and Italian diners are not terribly experimental. Still, there are some interesting foods that could become trends on this side of the Atlantic. Here's what I learned on a two-week trip through northern Italy and from ...
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