Giulia Scarpaleggia shares her family’s secret Carnival cenci recipe.
Giulia Scarpaleggia reveals the secret to the perfect Italian meat sauce.
Schiacciata is a typical Italian Easter sweet bread, popular in most of the Tuscan region.
The ancient Italian folk tale about a vagabond, a poor woman and a lovely Tuscan soup.
Giulia Scarpaleggia with her signature popsicle flavors of 2011, the honey flavoured cantaloupes from the farmer’s market and the ruby red cherries.
Technically speaking, this is not a proper cheese, but a curd. But as you know, in dreams a little fantasy never hurts.
Trying to find a way to realize a sweet salad, Giulia Scarpaleggia has a sudden flash of inspiration: a sweet and fruity couscous salad, with something crunchy inside and a subtle and tantalizing scent.
Giulia Scarpaleggia stays in Royal wedding mood, and decides to find a place where she can be treated like a princess too.
A famous Tuscan dish, and the favorite of Giulia Scarpaleggia’s great-grandfather.
Springtime in Tuscany is perhaps best enjoyed on a sidewalk café in Florence. But if you can’t make it there, you can get a bite of it with Giulia Scarpaleggia’s fantastic Apple Tart.