Carpaccio di Manzo
This delicious meat dish consists of thinly sliced pieces of raw, high-quality beef usually served with olive oil and lemon. Invented in 1963 by Giuseppe Cipriani of Harry’s Bar in Venice, Italy, to celebrate the exhibition dedicated to the eponymous Venetian painter, the name of the dish derives from the similarity of its color to the typical red tones of the painter. Buon appetito!
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