Discover paradise in Italy at these suggested places to go and things to do, including insider tips from a satisfied traveler recently back from a small town in Tuscany.
Tag: italian food
Vicariously travel to this Italian restaurant in a 13th-century manor house that sits atop one of many rolling hills with scenic views of the sprawling vineyards. Buon Appetito!
Sweet Taralli are ring-shaped Italian cookies typical from Campania that are typically eaten for breakfast or paired with some sweet wine as a dessert.
Made with a yam noodle, this comforting gluten free and vegetarian baked bolognese dish is quite nutritious and won’t weigh your down.
In the gluten free pasta world “orecchiette” is impossible to find. I took some buckwheat flour and started making homemade gluten free orecchiette .
This earthy dish is loaded with unique, light flavor and comes with the comforting aromatics of a coconut curry.
An Italian-style pasta dish made with colorful, lentils instead of traditional grain flours.
Made with apricots, orange zest, and dessert wine, these crunchy pastries are a sweet paleo delight.
Make the Tuscan biscotti, cantucci, and enjoy dipped in Vin Santo, a traditional sweet dessert wine.
An interview with La Bottega’s Paulo Airaudo and Francesco Gasbarro on re-defining Italian cooking and the Genevan gastronomic landscape.
Called torta al testo, torta meaning pizza or bread, and testo referring to the heavy iron pan the bread is cooked on, this is one of Umbria’s favorite food traditions.
Italian culinary tastes step up to a challenge. On April 18, the New York Stock Exchange hosted a charity event for Working on a Dream.
In an outdoor terrace this little gem of a restaurant sits amid a fountain, tropical foliage and flowers.
Kathy Becthel takes us on a culinary trip through the second largest city in the Veneto region, Verona.
Goulash might not be the first thing you think about when you think about Italian food.
A simple and mouthwatering typical italian poor-mans dish from the southern part of Italy.
Most Italians have their own personal take on the classic pasta dish. But few are as creative as Arianna Frea’s version.
Why should the Italians have all the fun with pasta? Brady Evans decides to add a touch of Mexico to her carbs.
A romantic Father’s Day dinner, meticulously planned and prepared days in advance. Or maybe not.
Italianissimo in Woodinville, Washington definitely falls under the “hidden gem” category – not heavily advertised, visitors don’t know about it, and yet the parking lot is always packed full of cars.
Pamela Braun thinks outside the box when it comes to defining a good salsa.
There are many ways to fry artichokes, but according to Italian 19th century writer Pellegrino Artus, the Tuscan method is unsurpassed.
Stephanie Russell sends France and Italy on a culinary tête-à-tête.
Jules Clancy’s go-to simple pasta recipe is pantry cooking at it’s finest.
Sarah Schiffman introduces a few fresh stalks of rhubarb to her friend from Italy. The Mascarpone.
Judith Klinger with a classic dish that usually lasts for a lot longer than just one meal.
Tamara Novacoviç with a walnutty take on the classic Pesto Genovese.
A famous Tuscan dish, and the favorite of Giulia Scarpaleggia’s great-grandfather.
Valerie Harrison takes a cooking class with Chef Darin Paterson, and comes back with a few new tricks up her sleeve.
This beautiful barley risotto is a colorful vegetarian dish served by Sydney based Maria Laitinen.