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The Best Italian Restaurants Know the Cannoli.

Cannolis are one of the most popular Italian desserts, but did you know they come with quite the history? Here’s a look.

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The World’s Oldest Pasta: Linguine.

First appearing in the early 1700s, linguine was traditionally served with a pesto sauce, green beans, and potatoes.

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We’re Talking Award-Winning Tiramisu

The word Tiramisu means “pick me up.” In Italy, coffee espresso is a way of life.

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5 Ways to Celebrate National Eat Your Veggies Day!

You’ve heard it since you were yound – eat your veggies! Here’s how our chefs are making it easy!

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It’s Almost Here: Drink Wine Day. We’re Excited Too.

Right around the corner, February 18th is National Drink Wine Day, and the best restaurants in Manchester, NH, are getting ready! While you really don’t need a reason to drink wine, how exciting is it to know that there is actually a day devoted to drinking wine! Whether you’re go-to is white or red, or you delicately pair your selection with your meal, there is no right or wrong answer. However, for the connoisseur, there are a few wines that […]

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Best Italian Food in Manchester: Tradition Meets Authenticity

Elbow deep into the holiday season, we have authentic dishes in line with Italian traditions!

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Fine Dining NH: Thanksgiving 2020

This year has beeen anything but ordinary. With families rearranging plans, it may be time to think outside the box.

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Making A Bruschetta That Guests Will Remember

If you’re buried in tomatoes, you’ll want to try this recipe – a sure win for any crowd.

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Artichokes: Misunderstood and Often Overlooked

When it comes to vegetables, nice Italian restaurants in Manchester often overlook one of the most important of them all, the artichoke.  Yes, you read that correctly.  The artichoke, and we’re not quite sure why, has earned a reputation for being less than desirable. Perhaps it’s a lack of knowledge of proper cooking techniques, or how to combine the vegetable into a meal seamlessly. Whatever the case may be, at Piccola, we love a good artichoke any day of the […]

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