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Christmas in Italy is an extremely important time, and is dictated largely by Catholic tradition. This
prescribes that Christmas Eve is a time of abstinence, when no meat may be eaten.


The Christmas eve evening meal is equally as important as Christmas Day lunch, and all the family are
gathered to celebrate Christmas together. A variety of fish dishes are prepared for this meal in
preparation for Christ’s birth, whereas at Christmas lunch meat can be served. Presents are traditionally
opened on December 24 as close to midnight as the children allow, as Christ was born in the night.
Add an Italian touch to make your Christmas meals this year, try some traditional Italian Christmas
recipes straight from the families of Dolce Vita Villas Ltd staff!Pasta al Tonno e Pomodoro (Tuna and
Tomato Pasta): A Very Simple First Christmas Course This is a very quick Christmas course which
includes the traditional fish but also adds some more interesting flavours such as capers to the mix. We
can also suggest black olives as an alternative to capers and Lake Como rentals.Rancid download For
5 people:
Two medium tins of good quality tuna
300g vine tomatoes, or one tin peeled chopped tomatoes
600g pasta Under the Radar film
Two garlic cloves
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Teaspoon salt
Two tablespoons olive oil
Two tablespoons capers (optional)
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Fry the whole garlic cloves in the olive oil without burning them, and take the oil off the heat for 30
seconds before adding the tuna and chopped tomatoes (otherwise it will spit A LOT) and capers if
desired. Cook the pasta as instructed on the packet: we would suggest short pasta as with spaghetti the
sauce is difficult to pick up and also any stains from this sauce are difficult to remove! Mix sauce and
pasta, season with pepper and serve hot!


Nonna Toni’s Zelten Cake: A Great Christmas Gift!
Christmas is all about dried fruits, because before imports there was no fresh fruit to be had in Italy
except citrus fruit. The Square ipod Soak the following in grappa for 24 hours:
100g chopped dried figs (3.5oz)
100g sultanas (3.5oz)
100g pine nuts (3.5oz)
100g unpeeled almonds cut along the width (3.5oz)
2 fistfuls of walnut halves
50g chopped citron (which is not a lemon, but very similar!) (1.7oz)
Preheat the oven to 140°C (284°F). Beat 150g caster sugar (5oz), 150g butter (5oz). Then add 4 eggs,
400g flour (14oz), 1 cup of tepid milk and a teaspoon of rum, as well as the peel of an orange, a
tablespoon of yeast and a pinch of salt. Mix to form a paste and then add the fruit (without grappa).
Place in a greased tin, with some dried breadcrumbs. Cook for one hour: 20mins at 140°C (284°F),
20mins at 160°C (320°F), The rest at 180°C (356°F) To decorate add walnut halves.Of course,
panettone and pandoro are traditional Italian Christmas cakes, however, these are mostly bought even
in Italy!
Why not make your Christmas even more special this year and spend it in an Art City, or even better,
open your presents in front of a roaring fire in a gorgeous Italian Porto cervo villas with your family.
whereas in the country you can witness centuries-old Italian Christmas traditions such as singing
processions and nativity scenes whilst exploring the countryside without the crowds! For more
information about what to do at Christmas in Italy, see our newsletter!


There is so much to do in Italy at Christmas time: Rome Amalfi villa rentals and Florence Apartment
Rental put on their best Christmas exhibitions and traditional Christmas markets.
For More Information about Dolce Vita Villas please visit here:http://www.dolcevitavillas.com/

				
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