Located in Northeast Italy, Veneto is one of the most well known of Italy’s twenty regions. Venetian cuisine is highly influenced by geography. As a result, fish is a very common dish along the coast of Laguna Veneta due to its close proximity to the Adriatic Sea. From zhesty wines like Pinot Grigio, to delicious seafood, to popular desserts such as tiramisu, the region of Veneto is home to an enormous amount of famous Italian delicacies.
Food in Marche is diverse and is influenced by its coastal location, the fresh produce available on land, and neighboring regions, such as Emilia Romagna. Food is plentiful, so this is not a region that is influenced by the necessity to preserve foods or use lesser cuts of meat. Here is an overview of the cuisine of Marche.