We live in a generous land, which celebrates life and good food.
One of the most traditional Italian menu can help us to make a very smooth and delicious shifting: we’re talking abt bean and pasta soup, with its countless variations.
Beautifully balanced in taste, Burrata is a perfect blend of contrasting textures working together to create a landscape of soothing delights. From the outside, it could be mistaken for fresh mozzarella. But its soft shell wraps around a creamy center, that delivers a clash of sensations and a buttery consistency unlike any other. When cut
These weeks, we’re cooking from the pantry more than ever, and we’re concerned about keeping it always stocked with staples. Canned Tomatoes are definitely a staple and a pantry all-star! If there are a few cans of them in our pantry, we can easily face any culinary emergency and make so many dishes! Super versatile and
Most of us already know how many beneficial virtues Extra Virgin Olive Oil has. It contains powerful antioxidants and beneficial fatty acids that help fighting free radicals and reduce the risk of heart and neurological diseases. And this makes it a kind of Long Life Elixir, on our table. But it isn’t so sure all
You may have cooked pasta many times, but have you ever cooked it perfectly? Let’s have a look at the main tips to find out how to get the most out of this staple of Italian cuisine! Pasta is one of the first things most of us cook. Even those that don’t enjoy cooking will
February 14th is Valentine’s Day, the Day of Love. Everywhere in the world, it is a special day for all and sundry. Be it school going teens who are hesitant to approach their crush and tell them how much they like them, or couples who have been married for years now, everyone finds a refreshed
Originally from Tuscany, The Cantucci, also known as “Prato biscuits”, are now widespread and prepared throughout Italy. They were born from a very ancient recipe, already known in 1500 and used at the court of the Medici dynasty. But their fame spread around the world after 1867, when a Tuscan pastry chef introduced them at
During the Christmas Holidays, every kind of delicacy lays the tables of Italians. Each region produces its own specialty, in a triumph of spieces, dried fruit, honey and sparkling candied fruits. And then, there are the most common Christmas desserts, those that, from North to South, cannot be missing on any table. First of all,