Anecdotes | Italy
Fresh | Appetizer
The history of a popular Italian apertizer
Among all Italian appetizers, Carpaccio is probably the most widely served.
The dish was named after Italian painter Vittore Carpaccio, who is known for the red and white - that are reflected in the dish.
Vittore Carpaccio's colors are reflected in this dish (Portrait of a Woman, 1510)
Stack dish according to the listed order (serves 1 person).
Food has an elevated meaning in Italian culture, it relates to their culturally engraned principle of 'La Bella Figura'.
In this video, an Italian showcases this love for food and passionately explains his take on the Carpaccio.