Aussie shares the ‘amazing’ culture shocks she experienced in Italy 

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An Australian chef has shared the amazing culture shocks she’s experienced living in Italy – including ‘huge pasta aisles’ and hidden cupboards above the sink.

Sydney-based foodie, Ayeh Manfre, better known as Cooking with Ayeh, shared a clip to TikTok showing the ‘amazing’ culture shocks she’s discovered while spending time in Sicily.

In the clip shared with her 2.3million followers she revealed that if you ordered a ‘latte’ expecting a milky coffee in an Italian café, you’ll be sorely disappointed.

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Sydney-based foodie, Ayeh Manfre, better known as Cooking with Ayeh, shared a clip to TikTok showing the ‘amazing’ culture shocks she’s discovered while spending time in Sicily

‘If you order a latte, you’ll get a glass of milk,’ she explained.

She added that in Sicilian homes, most doors and windows open two ways.

‘You can get some air, and also go out,’ she added.

The influencer also shared a clip of a supermarket aisle with dozens of varieties of pasta – describing the selections as ‘huge’.

In the clip shared with her 2.3million followers she revealed that if you ordered a 'latte' expecting a milky coffee in an Italian café, you'll be sorely disappointed.

'If you order a latte, you'll get a glass of milk,' she explained.

In the clip shared with her 2.3million followers she revealed that if you ordered a ‘latte’ expecting a milky coffee in an Italian café, you’ll be sorely disappointed.  ‘If you order a latte, you’ll get a glass of milk,’ she explained.

Sydney-based foodie, Ayeh Manfre, better known as Cooking with Ayeh, is pictured enjoying a Aperol Spritz

Sydney-based foodie, Ayeh Manfre, better known as Cooking with Ayeh, is pictured enjoying a Aperol Spritz

She also shared a clip showing a platter of meat pastries, chips, olives and nuts.

‘If you order drink, you will get snacks for free!’ she wrote excitedly.

The star also showed a clip of a ‘hidden cupboard’ above the sink that doubles a drying rack.

Hundreds of fans were quick to comment on the clip  – with many saying they’d had a similar experience after ordering lattes.

She also shared a clip showing a platter of meat pastries, chips, olives and nuts. 'If you order drink, you will get snacks for free!' she wrote excitedly.

She added that in Sicilian homes, most doors and windows open two ways.

She added that in Sicilian homes, most doors and windows open two ways. She also shared a clip showing a platter of meat pastries, chips, olives and nuts. ‘If you order drink, you will get snacks for free!’ she wrote excitedly

Keeping it cool: She added that in Sicilian homes, most doors and windows open two ways. 'You can get some air, and also go out,' she added.

Keeping it cool: She added that in Sicilian homes, most doors and windows open two ways. ‘You can get some air, and also go out,’ she added.

‘Happened to me too!!! (Latte). Learned the hard way to ask for latte macchiato,’ said one.

‘The snacks with drinks practically fed me on my first trip,’ added another.

‘We need all this in aus,’ said a third.

‘That pasta aisle is fire!’ commented one.

‘Lol I ordered a latte & got milk to my surprise,’ penned another.

The influencer also shared a clip of a supermarket aisle with dozens of varieties of pasta - describing the selections as 'huge'.

The influencer also shared a clip of a supermarket aisle with dozens of varieties of pasta – describing the selections as ‘huge’.

Ayeh has been sharing recipes from her summer in Italy and  enjoying the fresh local produce.

She recently uploaded a ‘delicious’ burrata toast recipe to her popular Instagram and TikTok pages. 

‘It makes the perfect brekkie, brunch or even a snack and this combo works so well!’ she wrote. 

She is enjoying the fresh local produce as she holidays with family in Italy and uploaded the 'delicious' burrata toast recipe to her popular Instagram and TikTok pages

She is enjoying the fresh local produce as she holidays with family in Italy and uploaded the ‘delicious’ burrata toast recipe to her popular Instagram and TikTok pages

Sydney home chef Ayeh Far, who goes by Cooking with Ayeh online, has wowed her fans with her quick and easy burrata toast recipe she says is perfect for breakfast, brunch and snacking

Sydney home chef Ayeh Far, who goes by Cooking with Ayeh online, has wowed her fans with her quick and easy burrata toast recipe she says is perfect for breakfast, brunch and snacking 

The home chef starts the now-viral clip by showing how the ‘delicate’ burrata in Italy comes ‘wrapped like a Christmas present’.

She also recommended buying burrata from an Italian deli or green grocer.  

Ayeh starts by toasting some bread in a fry pan with some olive oil then adds a handful of fresh rocket, a bit more oil and a pinch of salt. 

‘Now add the creamy burrata, a drizzle of olive oil then top with peaches and balsamic glaze,’ she said. 

The home chef showed how the 'delicate' burrata in Italy comes 'wrapped like a Christmas present' and recommends buying the cheese from an Italian deli or grocer

The home chef showed how the ‘delicate’ burrata in Italy comes ‘wrapped like a Christmas present’ and recommends buying the cheese from an Italian deli or grocer

Ayeh starts by toasting some bread in a fry pan with some olive oil then adds a handful of fresh rocket, a bit more oil and a pinch of salt

'Now add the creamy burrata, a drizzle of olive oil then top with peaches and balsamic glaze,' she said

Ayeh starts by toasting some bread in a fry pan then adds a handful of fresh rocket, a olive oil a pinch of salt, then her burrata, more oil, sliced peaches and a drizzle of balsamic glaze

‘If peaches aren’t in season where you are, not to stress as you can use so many other fruits. Strawberries or any berries, figs, nectarines or even pears will work great too!,’ she wrote in the post’s caption. 

Ayeh’s clip quickly went viral with more than 222,000 views on Instagram and drew in hundreds of comments from fans keen to try the creamy combination for themselves. 

‘Omg! This looks sooooo delicious!!!,’ one exclaimed.  

‘That sounds so delicious, maybe I’ll try with strawberries as it’s winter here in Sydney! Love a yummy peach though,’ said another. 

 

'If peaches aren’t in season where you are, not to stress as you can use so many other fruits. Strawberries or any berries, figs, nectarines or even pears will work great too!,' Ayeh wrote

‘If peaches aren’t in season where you are, not to stress as you can use so many other fruits. Strawberries or any berries, figs, nectarines or even pears will work great too!,’ Ayeh wrote

Ayeh has gained a loyal following online of more than 2.3million users on TikTok for her easy-to-follow recipe videos. 

In a previous video, she revealed how to make her guilt-free peanut butter cups using just four ingredients. 

To create her healthy version of a peanut butter cup, she layers the popular spread with, strawberries and melted chocolate on a rice cake. 

In a previous video, she revealed how to make her guilt-free peanut butter cups using just four ingredients

In a previous video, she revealed how to make her guilt-free peanut butter cups using just four ingredients

'Have you tried the new peanut butter cup trend? it is so good,' she says in the clip then starts by spreading peanut butter onto a rice cake

'I'm also adding strawberries to give it a peanut butter and jelly flavour,' she explained.

Ayeh starts by spreading peanut butter onto a rice cake with a layer of strawberries for ‘a peanut butter and jelly flavour’

Ayeh then melts some dark chocolate, pours it over the strawberries, sprinkles a pinch of sea salt on top and puts it in the freezer to set

Ayeh then melts some dark chocolate, pours it over the strawberries, sprinkles a pinch of sea salt on top and puts it in the freezer to set

She then places the cakes in the freezer so the chocolate can set again. 

‘How did I not do this way earlier,’ one fan wrote in the comments while lots said the giant peanut butter cups looked ‘delicious’. 

‘Nice, gotta try this but I’ll try with banana instead,’ a second commented.  

‘Put the strawberries in the air-fryer for three minutes then add it in on the rice cake with Pb and choc.. So good,’ suggested a third. 

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