It’s the sparkling red par excellence, an integral part of the great gastronomic tradition of the Po valley in Emilia-Romagna. A light, flavorful, and zesty wine, it’s perfect for a picnic or every day meals and goes well with cold cuts, pasta dishes, and grilled vegetables.
It’s music for your taste buds – a complementary flavor on celery tacos with pecorino cheese, and arugula, moisturizing sweetness for chestnut desserts. The Duchess Lucrezia Borgia used the “black gold” to soothe the pains of childbirth.
The real Parmesan cheese is unique – its taste will surprise you. Crunchy and soft on the inside, it’s designed to melt in your mouth on top of pasta or other foods. Parmigiano Reggiano is the king of the cheeses. Yet it’s made from three simple ingredients – raw milk, rennet, and salt.
Inexpensive, nutritious, delicious, popular, and famous all over the world: Pizza is so important to warrant UNESCO heritage. Everyone knows about it. Some people love it so much they could eat it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
It’s even in the Bible where Isaac offers Abraham a mix of milk and snow. I don’t know about you, but it’s my very favorite Italian dessert. There are many famous contenders – tiramisu’ (originally from Treviso), “panettone” (from Milano), “pandoro” (from Verona), the chocolate Easter egg (Torino), and less known “zuppa inglese” (nothing English […]
If you’ve ever been to Italy, you know the right thing to do – enjoy a nice cup of coffee as soon as possible. You can get a good “caffe’” at the airport and even at the Autogrill, the Italian motorway rest stops.