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Cured meats in Emilia Romagna

Cured meats in Emilia Romagna

Cured meats are an excellence of the Italian food. Emilia-Romagna offers many types. Eat them accompanied by fried dumplings or tigelle and piadina. Also a good glass of Lambrusco or Sangiovese is never missing either!

Brain Superfoods: Grana Padano and Olive oil

Brain Superfoods: Grana Padano and Olive oil

Brain Superfoods are super important to keep ones longevity. In Italy there are 14 million persons over 65 and half of these, having exceeded the age of 75, are even more at risk of neurodegenerative diseases, cognitive impairment and virus infections, as demonstrated...

Carasau bread history

Carasau bread history

Its history starts all the way back to before 1000 BC. The women prepared it for their men who were working as shepherds in the fields. The bread was made in such a way it wouldn’t lose its flavor and texture and was able to be stored for a long period of time.

The Origin of Balsamic Vinegar Term

The Origin of Balsamic Vinegar Term

What is the origin of balsamic vinegar term? Well, the term "balsamic" coined in 1747 for the first time, only serves to differentiate this type from the classic one, since the starting matrix is ​​the same: both, in fact they are derived from wine grapes. Balsamic...

North of Italy Mushrooms

North of Italy Mushrooms

Italy is a land of mushrooms. A lot of North of Italy mushrooms come from the Alps to the Apennines, where mushroom hunters who, armed with baskets and badges for the authorization of the collection, set out in the woods.  The porcino continues to be the most coveted...

Oil Digital Fingerprint

Oil Digital Fingerprint

Oil Digital Fingerprint...what is it? It is one of the objectives of the Violin inter-university project, "Enhancement of Italian products derived from olive oil through innovative analytical techniques", which studies the characteristics of Italian PDO oils....

Ligurian Oil: PDO and Monocultivar

Ligurian oil is loved amongst Italian and, of course, is one of the regions best known for using it especially for its infamous focaccia Ligure! Photo Credit: pixabay Riviera Ligure PDO Italian extra virgin olive oil is obtained from the fruits of olives of the...

How to cook dried mushroom

How to cook dried mushroom

Dried mushrooms are a great pantry solution to create amazing and tasty recipes but how to cook the dried mushroom?.In Italy, the most famous are the porcini Italian mushrooms that grow naturally in the Italian mountains, the Alps and the Apennines, and which are...

How to Spot a High Quality Panettone?

How to Spot a High Quality Panettone?

Countdown to Christmas has officially begun and this year just like every other one, in addition to the rushing for the perfect gifts, one of the most important missions is the choice of a high quality panettone, which according to tradition is the protagonist at the...

Balsamic Vinegar Uses

Balsamic Vinegar Uses

Balsamic vinegar uses can vary. With its irresistible scent and its black or dark brown color, balsamic vinegar is a condiment with unique characteristics born in Italy, produced for centuries in particular in the Modena and Reggio Emilia vinegar factories....

What Does EVO Mean?

What Does EVO Mean?

So what does EVO mean? The term EVO, referring to olive oil, is the abbreviation for extra virgin olive oil. This type of oil is obtained, as required by a specific regulation, it's obtained through mechanical cold extraction or cold pressing. Both are operations that...

Capers – a New PDO in Sicily

May 2020, there has been the creation of the new PDO Aeolian Capers. The production of this new PDO currently stands at 600-700 quintals a year and about half comes from Salina.

How to store cured meats

How to store cured meats

Cured meats are loved by every Italian, but knowing how to store them is key in order to enjoy them longer and better.

The Cultivation of Capers

The Cultivation of Capers

The cultivation of capers has ancient origins: it was born between North Africa and the Middle East and there are traces of it in the Bible, but also in the writings of Hippocrates, Aristotle and Pliny the Elder. Photo Credit: Wikipedia It is a resistant plant, able...

Seasonings for Pasta

Seasonings for Pasta

Seasonings for pasta are very important in order to add flavor...Many seasonings are used in Italian recipes and they usually are dried herbs and spices, sometimes even powder or vegetables like garlic. Photo Credit: PxHere Pasta is a classic Italian dish that is...

Garlic Braid

Garlic Braid

Photo credit: Flickr The weaving process of the white Garlic braid in Piacenza (Emilia Region) is a heritage passing from father and son (or better from mother and daughter). Garlic bulbs are extracted from the ground with the help of your hands, or at most with a...

How to Use Seasonings

How to Use Seasonings

Photo Credit: Pikist   Many seasonings exist and today we are going to talk about the spice mix ones, these are usually made of dried herbs and spices, sometimes even powder vegetables like garlic. The most used in Italian recipes and produced in Italy are: Star...

Parmesan Cheese vs Parmigiano Reggiano

Parmesan Cheese vs Parmigiano Reggiano

There are cheeses labeled as “Parmesan” that might be genuine Parmigiano Reggiano, but it’s more likely for them to be just an imitation, in this post we show you why and what you can do to differentiate the two.

Balsamic Vinegar History

Balsamic Vinegar History

Balsamic Vinegar is now used as a condiment for many dishes, but the birth of this black gold originates from ancient times when Romans used it as a medicine.

Capers on the ancient Roman Aurelian walls

Capers on the ancient Roman Aurelian walls

Caper is a wild plant, stunning and amazingly fragranced. Did you know Italian capers used to grow on the Roman Aurelian walls and still do? These walls are almost 13k long, have protected “the eternal city” for centuries

Say CHEESE, see CHEESE, eat CHEESE

Say CHEESE, see CHEESE, eat CHEESE

The annual CHEESE Fair in Bra, 20th of September: One weekend filled with exciting food offers all around our all-time favorite dairy product: Cheese. This year’s approach is all about natural and green processing.

Hot Sauce Kit Viagrò + Ortoboom hot sauces

Hot Sauce Kit Viagrò + Ortoboom hot sauces

Hot Sauce Kit Viagrò + Ortoboom hot sauces is an artisan product made in Italy dedicated to its “majesty” the chili pepper, which in Calabria, in southern Italy, believe that it has aphrodisiac properties. The recipe for these sauces is created to spice-up everyday pasta, pizza, soups, bruschetta, sauces and grilled meats.

Nduja: the king of Calabria region

Nduja: the king of Calabria region

Nduja is one of the most famous products of the culinary tradition of Calabria, southern Italy. It is a smoky salami characterized by a soft and creamy consistency and a very spicy flavor due to the presence of Calabrian hot chili pepper that gives it a dark red color.

Pasta Kit Penne pasta with Arrabbiata sauce

Pasta Kit Penne pasta with Arrabbiata sauce

Pasta Kit Penne pasta with Arrabbiata sauce by Pegaso Alimentari is an artisan product made in Italy that is perfect as a gift and it is really easy to cook. The kit contains 250g of Penne Pasta, 170 g of Arrabbiata sauce and a wooden fork.

Christmas Panettone

Christmas Panettone

Panettone is one of the best-known sweet of the culinary tradition of Italian cuisine, that never misses on the tables during the Christmas period.

Maina Christmas Panettone

Maina Christmas Panettone

Maina Panettone contains candied orange, citron, lemon zest, and raisins. In Italy it is served in slices, vertically cut, accompanied with sweet hot beverages or a sweet wine, and it is served with mascarpone cream, made from mascarpone cheese, eggs, sometimes dried or candied fruits, and typically a sweet liqueur such as Amaretto.

Parmesan Cheese

Parmesan Cheese

Parmesan or Parmigiano Reggiano is a PDO cheese products that comes from the area of Parma, Reggio Emilia, Modena and Mantova in Italy.

Sauces for Cheese

Sauces for Cheese

With their spicy or sweetness, the “senapate” sauce (or sauces for cheeses), will give a touch of color and more flavor to each dish, especially if you join them with seasoned cheeses, typical cured meat and meat dishes.

Sbrisolona Cake

Sbrisolona Cake

With the first recipe dating back to 600 BC and handed down from generation to generation, the Sbrisolona cake has become the symbol of the city of Mantua, in Lombardy. Over the years the recipe has undergone some changes: the hazelnuts have been replaced by almonds, the yellow flour by the white flour and the lard by the butter.

Cheese Sauces Gift Box (fig, apple, pear)

Cheese Sauces Gift Box (fig, apple, pear)

Fieschi 1867 mustard sauces are made using the traditional craft methods, they contain 80% of fruits and they do not contain coloring. The MiniSfizi Gift Box contains 1 fig sauce (48 gr), 1 applesauce (48 gr) and 1 pear sauce (48 gr), all these sauce are perfect to create many combinations that will transform a simple cheese, meat or cold cuts plate into a delicious meal.

Sweet-and-sour baby Onions

Sweet-and-sour baby Onions

Sweet and Sour Onions by Azienda Agricola Cesare Bertoia are a really tasty idea to be brought to the table all year long, as a hot garnish of meat dishes in winter and served as an aperitif during summer.

Carasau Bread

Carasau Bread

Carasau bread is a type of bread, perhaps the oldest, whose origins are very ancient, and has always been part of the Sardinian culinary tradition.

Ligurian Pesto Sauce

Ligurian Pesto Sauce

Pesto is a typical sauce of the Liguria region. This world-famous sauce for its green color and for its taste and it is included among the Traditional Ligurian Food Products (PATs). It is made with fresh basil, salt, pine nuts, garlic, Parmesan cheese, Sardinian Fiore cheese and extra virgin olive oil.

Fusilli Pasta

Fusilli Pasta

Fusilli are a type of short pasta popularly known and appreciated in Italy because they are suitable for any sauce, from the simplest to the most elaborate and rich. They are curled on themselves and their origins are very ancient and come from the southern Italy.

Fusilli Gluten Free Rummo

Fusilli Gluten Free Rummo

Gluten Free Fusilli Rummo are made with wholemeal rice, white corn, and yellow corn and they are perfect to enhance every sauce.

Toma Biellese Cheese

Toma Biellese Cheese

Toma Biellese cheese is a certified PDO product from Piedmont. It is produced with whole or partially decapitated whole vaccine milk. It is used in many typical Piedmontese recipes.

Gluten Free Hamper

Gluten Free Hamper

An accurate selection of high-quality gluten-free products: from coffee to chocolates, candy, and biscuits: to satisfy everyone’s tastes.

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