back to school
In Italy, everyone loves Italian Espresso, but not everybody knows how to make one. That’s why I’m here to give you some tips on how to make a perfect espresso in your own kitchen.
We’re on another great episode, and we’re focusing on teaching a Non-Italian friend (you know who) the most common Italian gestures and body languages. We have prepared a list of Italian Gestures on the board, and Kerry and I will be discussing them one by one.
Everybody loves Italy for its historic sites, delicious Italian cuisine, great weather, and amiable people. But how much do you know about the Italian gestures and language, widely considered one of the most beautiful in the world?
Ciao! I’m Angela Belli of Bellangela Italian Cuisines here again with Kerry Woods of Ultimate Italy Tours. As you can see, there are a lot of wines and drinks in the background.