Loaded with Mediterranean spices, fresh herbs, olive and the last of summer’s tomatoes, this baked tofu is a delight to devour.
This bruschetta has all the freshness summer, like tomatoes and basil and the delicacy of a pesto, made special by avocado.
A soft, moist cake with a delicate flavor. Ideal for dipping in milk, it is perfect also as a dessert after a light meal. In this recipe, pistachio is the ingredient that makes the difference.
Make one of the most representative dishes of Italian cuisine that crosses the lines in history between myth and reality.
This slightly sweet cake is a great way to use up zucchini when you have a lot coming out of your garden.
Rich in flavor, but without eggs or butter, these Sicilian vegan pistachio cookies are rustically beautiful and perfect dipped into coffee or tea.
Simple tomato sauce may sound boring, but it is a par for to measure skill. The trick is to have the right variety or combination of varieties of tomatoes.
While they’re in season, let’s eat all the asparagus we can, starting with this creamy asparagus risotto.
Dive into a comforting bowl of this classic Italian pasta e fagioli that is hearty enough on its own, without any meat.
Legend says, pesto was created out of boredom from a plain pasta. This recipe is far from boring and brings delicious basil flavor to the Sardinian gnocchi.
A secret to Italian cooking, discover the land of Sicilian salt.
A seaport on the east coast of Sicily, Catania is a world of lava, rich pistachios, and delicious pasta.
Enhance the flavors of soft goat cheese and traditional Italian nuts when they are combined for this decadent appetizer.
Make these sweet dark chocolate ricotta almond cakes on a cold winter day. They’re the perfect small bite to brighten any mood.
Taleggio, radicchio, pears and a simple puff pastry give life to an easy recipe, with an inimitable Italian taste.
Take some time for you and for this little piece of cake heaven. Invented by Italian priests, this dessert really is a slice of paradise.
Pasta is a well-known symbol of Italian cuisine. Discover its history and how to best enjoy it, just like an Italian would.
Often enjoyed with a glass of Marsala, these crisp cookies are made with honey and saffron and crusted in sesame seeds.
Let artichokes, fennel, radicchio, and walnuts of this Italian salad bring your world to life on a dark winter day.
A savory vegetable pie nestled into a yeast-risen crust and topped with a Sicilian-style cheese.
Even with a risqué background, puttanesca has a delicious history and a fun future when made from the ancient Italian grain, farro.
Create the traditional Tuscan dish of Italian flavors. Despite being considered a dish for the poor, using quality tomatoes, olives, and mozzarella is key.
Serve these Italian tramezzini sandwiches as a sweet snack for a good serving of fruit.
A crisp winter salad, rich in colors and flavors. The dates and vinaigrette are the special ingredients of this recipe that makes for a perfect side dish or snack.
A traditional treat of Carnival, chiacchiere are scraps of dough flavored in different ways, stretched thin, and fried in oil. Try this baked version.
In only a few minutes, you can make a delicious, refined dessert. The crunchy Amaretti cookies goes perfectly with dark chocolate ganache and fresh cream.
Suitable for a sweet winter snack, this Italian favorite with dried figs and nuts is soft and great with wine or a glass of milk.
Italian coffee is iconic. Here is thorough guide of what to order and where. Be sure to enjoy your morning cup with the delicious cocoa coffee cookies.
A traditional Sicilian dish reinvented to be vegetarian and include seasonal produce.
This delicious Italian crostata is ideal for a winter breakfast or snack and filled with a vibrant blood orange marmalade.
The gastronomic history of each country has its roots in a past that has shaped the culinary and cultural developments that have occurred in that land up to now.
These cookies are a staple simple dessert in Southern Italy. A fresh and delicate taste, made even lighter by rice flour.
It’s hard to think of salads in the cooler months that use seasonal produce and are still refreshing. This Italian-inspired side made with fennel, sesame seeds, pistachios and Parmigiano Reggiano is a great way to get your winter vegetables.
This recipe is a version of the famous classic Sicilian dish “Pasta with sardines” from Palermo concocted to make the peasant’s sardine more exciting.
This moist and fragrant recipe is a tribute to the Amalfi Coast, full of colors and scents. A unique place where everyone feels at home.
A delicious dish traditionally made by Sicilians, hand crafted with cheese and red pepper, that can be customized to incorporate other fine cheeses as well.
Chocolate truffles are a pearl of Turin pastry. Delicious sweetness to dissolve in mouth slowly, savoring the taste of every single ingredient.
Find comfort in the cold months ahead with Italian chocolate sweets.
Similar to the rustic Castagnaccio of Tuscany, this chestnut cake uses amaretti cookies and dark chocolate for a rich, aromatic dessert.
A savory cake that is ideal for an appetizer and is made with the buttery-flavored kamut wheat.
Warm up with a protein rich soup. A traditional Apulian recipe,the soup retains all the simplicity and the taste of a Mediterranean dish.
Tramezzini are popular triangle Italian sandwiches. Hazelnuts and tofu fill this rendition for a delightfully nutty bite with plenty of protein.
Wine vinegar (Aceto di vino) is one of the condiments of excellence in the Italian cuisine. After the fermentation and aging of the wine and vinegar, you get the Balsamic Vinegar of Modena, a typical product of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Northern Italy).
Try this simple, sweet sandwich snack that is often served to children in Italy.
Become an expert of savoiardi cookies, the light biscuits made with whipped egg whites.
Traditional orange cake from Sicily is sweetened with honey to create a rustic and fragrant dessert.
The historic city of Rome has so much to offer. Beside their ancient monuments sit a plethora of delicious, authentic eateries waiting to be discovered.
The “Salame di Cioccolato” is a traditional sweet of Italian home cooking. Enjoy a sweet treat filled with delicious nuts and without using the oven.
The Amalfi Coast and its stunning landscape with sights to live for. Enjoy a rare experience you will repeat much more than once, with plenty of food, too.
The pistachio nut is one of the pearls of Sicilian cuisine. Let their unique color and flavor enrich a simple cake recipe topped with a rich chocolate glaze.
Cheese and pepper pasta is a classic Italian culinary excellence. An old, simple dish born from tradition with the traveling shepherds.
A delicate olive oil is the essential ingredient for a pastry naturally sweetened with malt and enriched by the scent of Sicilian blood orange juice.
A vibrant broccoli and onion spread is pureed until smooth and served simply with a rustic loaf of bread.
A warming Italian dish perfect to bring comfort to the coming winter.
A classic risotto dish made in the Mediterranean style with local extra virgin olive oil.
In Italy, you know that fall has arrived when you begin to smell roasted chestnuts. Here’s how to make them at home.
These sweet Italian hazelnut cookies are as sweet as kisses, filled with chocolate.
Learn the mythology behind Sicilian almonds and then make a soft, lightly sweetened almond cake.
An innovative vegetarian take on the traditional ragù sauce, resulting in rich flavor and perfect for those who like variety in their cooking.
They’re soft, made with olive oil, and just sweet enough. Whip up a batch of these white chocolate muffins for a perfect snack or breakfast to-go.