Italy has more than its share of world-class food products: truffles, cheeses, sausages, hams and don’t forget the amazing variety of fresh fruit and vegetables.
All of these, in a way or the other, became part of Italy’s famous cuisine. Certainly, the abundance of fresh produce and plenty of land to create pastures for cattle helped the people of Italy, throughout the millennia, to develop a varied type of cuisine, which we still enjoy today. So we can say that variety and tradition are the two essential factors of the success of Italian cooking style around the world. However, there is a third element which is relevant and, this is creativity.