One single bite is not enough to fully appreciate the Sicily’s sweet and sour caponata.
Over the past few years, consumers’ choices have confirmed that a product’s quality and wholesomeness are rewarded. In fact, the hallmark of craftsmanship is driving new market niches that consist of boutique growers and wineries. Food & wine are constantly in the media nowadays, yet the very abundance of material does not always ensure proper […]
Bagna cauda is a typical Piedmontese dish and an extraordinary experience. To fully enjoy it you should love garlic, the main ingredient. Get together with friends and enjoy this traditional recipe!
Raise your hand if you’re exempt from the worldwide fascination with Tuscany. Hm. We thought so: it’s an attraction so powerful that generations of Anglo-Saxons have dreamt of moving to “Chiantishire” and basking “under the Tuscan sun”, as the likes of Tony Blair, Sting, Bryan Ferry, Richard Gere and Frances Mayes can attest to. Not […]
Modican chocolate is unique. Raw and granular, it has a unique consistency that is only fully appreciated as you start to eat it.
A survey from Italy’s National Farmers’ Federation, Coldiretti, shows that tourist expense for food experiences in 2019 was one third of tourists’ total holiday budget. This is confirmed by international bodies like the United Nations World Tourism Organization and its Global Report on Food Tourism. Be they baby boomers, generation X or millennials, modern travelers […]
Christmas and the New Year are just around the corner and every day is vibrant with expectation… and a touch of holiday season angst as we juggle the daily routine, shopping for presents and that all-Italian preoccupation that gets lost in translation: “la bella figura”. There will be plenty of opportunities for family gatherings and […]
Krumiri biscuits from Casale Monferrato, the royal afternoon treat
Try them on their own or, even better, dunk them in a cup of hot chocolate, krumiri biscuits from Casale Monferrato are an institution since 1878.
Piedmontese tajarin pasta represents “the taste of the Langhe”, a symbol of their taverns which offer generous, genuine and simple cuisine. Tajarin pasta can stain your shirt, and it can also seduce entire tables.