Giuseppina Pizzolato opens her door kitchen and teaches her secret recipes of medieval dishes.

After a long research of what lords used to eat during the Middle Age and the Reinassance period, when the reachest Italy's court standed out for their elegance, it was born the idea of those faboulous dishes came true. Giuseppina focused her attention particularly on Florence, where Caterina De' Medici lived surrounded by master chefs.

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