Arrabbiata is one of the simplest Roman pasta recipes, and it is so delicious. The secret of Arrabbiata is the balance between the fresh taste of tomatoes and parsley and the spiciness of chili peppers.
Lyonnaise Potatoes is a popular French recipe that is quite easy to prepare. The potatoes are roasted in butter then baked with caramelized onions and finished with fresh herbs. This vegetarian side pairs perfectly with roasted meats and white fish, but also with eggs.
Portuguese clam stew is a classic cozy dish with chorizo and cilantro.
The Crema Catalana is a classic Spanish dessert often confused with Crème Brûlée. Filled with pastry cream and topped with caramelized sugar, it’s sure to be a favorite.
These fried spinach and cheese croquettes are a delicious variation of the traditional Italian gnudi recipe. They’re breaded and deep-fried and perfect for a party or game day.
Sardine pasta is a traditional Sicilian delicacy, and, as usual for many Italian recipes, is the protagonist of a legend and a historical fact. The ingredients of this dish are typical of Sicily but also inspired by the foreign occupations of the island into the centuries. Learn the history of the dish.
The classic souther Italian condiment of lemon juice and oregano, called Salmoriglio, is made directly in the pan and served with the simply seared tuna. Easy and quick!
The smokey, sweet taste of roasted bell peppers pairs perfectly with salty pancetta, Pecorino Romano and fresh sweet basil. A favorite weeknight pasta.
Struffoli recipe, along with Babà, “Pastiera”, and “Zeppole di San Giuseppe”, is a classic sweet of the Neapolitan cuisine. Crispy honey balls with a tender heart seasoned with candied fruit, and sugar decorations. In Naples, this is traditionally a Christmas dessert, but in the rest of Italy, these delicious honey balls are a delicacy for all major festivities!
Filippo Trapella takes his love for an American pulled pork sandwich and makes it Italian with rosemary, wine, and served over Parmigiano Reggiano polenta.
Red wine braised octopus combines with sautéed potatoes and a concord grape sauce for a vibrant and delicious presentation.
Saffron Salmon Risotto blends a plethora of flavors together into a sublime dish. Decadent and delicious, use this one to impress all your friends!
A dish that’s a feast for all the senses. Traditional Roman Style Oxtail is as close as you can get to dining like the ancient Romans.
A hearty Italian chicken stew creates big flavors with fried peppers, a tomato-basil sauce, olives and capers.
The final word in Italian comfort food, Pasta with Prosciutto and Green Peas is hearty, delicious and easy to make.
Italian Beef Cheek Stew is a hearty, delicious and traditional dish. The tenderness of the beef cheeks compliments the red wine sauce quite well as the dish comes together.
Enjoy white wine marinate Chilean sea bass quickly grilled with latin spices.
Learn the history of the tender Florentine steak, where to enjoy it in the region, and how to cook it at home. Grab some friends and dig in.
Artichokes prepared in one of the many classic Italian styles. Make these to have a perfect piece to your antipasto eating.
The cuisine in Florence is like the people who live there: simple, steeped in history, rough, ironic. Often it is appreciated only after a second tasting.
So simple, but so delicious, Roman Cacio e Pepe is an an iconic dish. Learn the story of its creation and then make the pasta.
Discover the legend of the beautifully colored risotto milanese made with saffron.