Di Costa Marie Angie

Di Costa Marie Ange is an Italian company located in the beautiful Sicilian land. Its founder, Vincenzo Di Costa, since the age of 17 decides to concentrate all his strength and passion in love for the confectionary world.

Parmareggio

In 1959 the adventure of the Consortium owner of the Parmareggio brand began to focus on meat and aged cheese

Buffalo Milk Reduces the Formation of Metastases

A study of the National Institute for Tumors, directed by Professor Vicenzo Iaffaioli, shows that Buffalo milk reduces the formation of metastases and the growth of tumor cells.

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.

PROMO FLASH: Carasau Bread 250gr reduced to 50%

Until 12.00 pm of tomorrow, you could buy our delicious Carasau Bread (250 gr) reduced to 50%, € 5 instead of € 10.90! This offer is valid only in the UK market. 

Discover Romagna

Romagna is a region of northern Italy that, together with Emilia, forms the Emilia-Romagna region. It is known as an Italian land rich in history, beauty, and typical culinary tradition.

Discover Naples

Naples is the capital of the Campania region, in the south of Italy. It is rich in important historical events but is considered one of the most influential cities of the West for cultural, political, economic, religious and social reasons.

Discover Milan

Milan is the capital of the Lombardy region, in northern Italy. Its origins date back to the 6th century when a Celtic population decided to lay the foundations of their own kingdom. With the passing centuries, the city became more important, both for its artistic beauty and for trade with other cities, in fact, it is in a strategic position in the center of northern Italy. Later, it became the capital of the Roman Empire of the West.

Discover Turin

Turin is the capital of the Piedmont region and is considered one of Italy’s most important university, artistic, tourist, scientific and cultural centers.

Discover Biella

Biella is a small town in Piedmont famous in the textile sector and with a large culinary tradition in which cheese reigns over all other products.

Discover Italian Food Brands!

Di Costa Marie Angie

Di Costa Marie Ange is an Italian company located in the beautiful Sicilian land. Its founder, Vincenzo Di Costa, since the age of 17 decides to concentrate all his strength and passion in love for the confectionary world.

Parmareggio

In 1959 the adventure of the Consortium owner of the Parmareggio brand began to focus on meat and aged cheese

Rummo

Since 1846 Rummo has always been one of the best-known pasta factory in Italy and abroad, and in 2016 has decided to deal with the market by launching the new gluten-free line to help its consumers achieve the health and happiness binomial.

Beppino Occelli

Beppino Occelli company comes from the beautiful Langhe area to the high-altitude summer pastures on the slopes of the Maritime Alps, where he creates lots of different and very tasty cheeses products.

Fieschi 1867

Fieschi 1867 for over 150 years has been producing high-quality jams and mustards, creating combinations for all tastes of consumers.

Urbani Tartufi

Urbani Tartufi since 1852 dedicated its work to the world of truffles with passion and attention, becoming one of the Italian leaders, with branches also in the USA.

Beppino Ocelli

Beppino Occelli is located from the Langhe area to the high-altitude summer pastures on the slopes of the Maritime Alps. Beppino counts on his cows, goats and sheep on the pastures in summer and in the stalls in winter.

Discover Italian Food Lands!

Discover Romagna

Romagna is a region of northern Italy that, together with Emilia, forms the Emilia-Romagna region. It is known as an Italian land rich in history, beauty, and typical culinary tradition.

Discover Naples

Naples is the capital of the Campania region, in the south of Italy. It is rich in important historical events but is considered one of the most influential cities of the West for cultural, political, economic, religious and social reasons.

Discover Milan

Milan is the capital of the Lombardy region, in northern Italy. Its origins date back to the 6th century when a Celtic population decided to lay the foundations of their own kingdom. With the passing centuries, the city became more important, both for its artistic beauty and for trade with other cities, in fact, it is in a strategic position in the center of northern Italy. Later, it became the capital of the Roman Empire of the West.

Discover Turin

Turin is the capital of the Piedmont region and is considered one of Italy’s most important university, artistic, tourist, scientific and cultural centers.

Discover Biella

Biella is a small town in Piedmont famous in the textile sector and with a large culinary tradition in which cheese reigns over all other products.

Discover Cinque Terre

The Cinque Terre landscape is a stretch of coastline of the Ligurian east coast where there are five little villages: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore.

Discover Sardinia

Sardinia island is famous for its beaches and the beautiful color of the sea, but it also has a rich and ancient culinary tradition, handed down from generation to generation.

Discover Mantua

Mantova is the Italian capital of culture. It is famous for its artistic heritage, but also for its culinary tradition.

Discover Italian Food World!

How to desalinate capers

Capers are usually preserved in salt, so, before being consumed, they must be subjected to a procedure known as “Desalting”

Consortium of Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

The Consortium of Balsamic Vinegar of Modena was set up in 2013 after that the Balsamic Vinegar obtained its PGI designation from the European authorities in July 2009.The Protection Consortium is the guardian of the product's quality and it promotes...

How to store Parmesan

The Parmesan (Parmigiano Reggiano) is a cheese with low water content and this lets you store it for long periods, depending on the packaging and the environment. Vacuum packed Parmesan (Parmigiano Reggiano) You can store vacuum packed Parmesan (Parmigiano...

How to cut Parmesan

Do you know? Cutting a Parmesan wheel (Parmigiano Reggiano)  is a real art and you can learn it. As in all the art the right instruments are the first step and one of the most important for Parmensan is the almond knife or "tagliagrana" (cut the cheese):...

Pesto Gnocchi

      Pesto Gnocchi   Ingredients: 600 gr of Potato Gnocchi 30 leaves of fresh Basil 1 pinch of salt 30 gr of Pine nuts 10 gr of Pecorino Romano cheese 30 gr of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese Extra Virgin Olive Oil   Preparation: To prepare Pesto...

Mozzarella Panzerotti

  Mozzarella Panzerotti are typical of Southern Italy, from Lazio to Sicily, but the best panzerotti are prepared in Campania and Puglia. They are considered a street food, very tasty with simple and genuine ingredients. You can fill the panzerotti with the...

Rice Salad

  Rice Salad is a unique dish typical of the summer season: perfect to prepare in the morning to find it ready to return from the beach. It is a fresh, light and personalized recipe with different ingredients according to one's taste, as long as they are...

Rice: excellence and Italian treasure

  Rice, characterized by a thousand-year history and from distant origins, with the years has managed to make its way into the Italian culinary tradition becoming a cornerstone of our diet, bringing Italian production worldwide   THE CULTIVATION OF RICE:...

Sicilian Swordfish

Sicilian Swordfish is a typical dish of the culinary tradition of the city of Messina, in southern Italy. It is a simple, genuine recipe, prepared with typical Sicilian ingredients: swordfish, cherry tomatoes, olives and capers.   Ingredients: 300 gr of Sliced...

Cheese Soufflè

  Cheese Soufflè is a very elegant dish of the French culinary tradition that can be both sweet and savory. The cheese soufflé is not as complex as it may seem, in fact, it is made with simple ingredients such as butter, flour, milk and egg yolks, all combined...

Pesto Lasagne

  Pesto Lasagne is a recipe that combines two typical dishes of Italian culinary tradition: fresh egg pasta and Ligurian pesto. The bechamel sauce is a must in this recipe, which with its velvety touch makes everything more creamy and harmonious. The lasagna with...

Mozzarella Stuffed Tomatoes

  Mozzarella stuffed tomatoes are a unique dish made with tomatoes that are stuffed with a tasty filling of rice, basil, and parsley with a heart of Italian streamlined mozzarella to make them even more appetizing. they are a really simple but effective recipe...

Mozzarella in Carrozza

Mozzarella in Carrozza             Ingredients: 600 gr of White bread in a box 12 slices of buffalo mozzarella Salt 5 Large eggs 100 gr of Flour 00 300 gr of Breadcrumbs   Preparation: To prepare the mozzarella in a carriage, cut the...

Caprese Pasta

Caprese Pasta, is a fresh and simple dish, which cheers the tables with taste and is appreciated by the whole family. Perfect for the summer during the hottest days, it reflects the Mediterranean flavors and colors of the flag of our peninsula.      ...

Vitello Tonnato

Vitello Tonnato is a typical dish of Piedmontese cuisine, handed down from generation to generation. It is actually very easy and fast, but above all, thanks to the tuna and egg sauce and really tasty.

Spaghetti alla Puttanesca

Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca are a typical dish of the regions of Campania and Lazio, in southern Italy. Just a few minutes to prepare them and to get a really tasty result, with a touch of spicy given by the fresh chili.

Gnocchi Alla Sorrentina

Gnocchi Alla Sorrentina they are one of the best-known Campania dishes in Italy and in the rest of the world. They are simple and quick to prepare but they are able to amaze your guests at dinner, which will be able to taste the true essence of southern Italy and the...

Pink Rice

Pink Rice it's a quick and easy recipe to enjoy rice in an innovative and fun way. Brown rice, carrots, orange, scamorza, tuna and a few drops of Balsamic Vinegar: a few simple ingredients for an excellent result!       Ingredients:  350 gr brown rice 1...

Spring Caesar Salad with baby Asparagus and Balsamic Vinegar

Spring Caesar Salad is a recipe to prepare for the hottest days and when you do not have much time to cook. The Caesar salad is a salad now famous all over the world, designed for the first time by the Italian chef Cesare Cardini, who emigrated to the United States....

Risotto with Beetroot Juice, essence of Rosemary, and Balsamic Vinegar

Risotto with Beetroot Juice is a recipe that combines sweetness, color, and acidity. The beetroot, known for its sweetness and its cheerful and intense color, is the star of this tasty and creamy first course. Different for both color and taste from the classic...

Discover Italian Food Star!

Carlo Cracco: a chef star

Carlo Cracco is one of the most known Italian chefs for his skill in the kitchen and to be one of the four judges of Masterchef Italia and the feared judge of Hell’s Kitchen Italia.

Antonino Cannavacciuolo: a chef star

Antonino Cannavacciuolo is the Chef Patron of the Hotel Villa Crespi restaurant, and he is one of the most popular and admired chefs in Italy for his dishes but also for his sincere and nice character.

Italian recipes & news

Parmareggio

  In 1959 the adventure of the Consortium owner of the Parmareggio brand began, when eight dairies in the Parmigiano Reggiano area came together to collect milk from the companies and transform them into the industrial property owned by the Cooperative focus on meat...

read more
Consortium of Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

Consortium of Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

The Consortium of Balsamic Vinegar of Modena was set up in 2013 after that the Balsamic Vinegar obtained its PGI designation from the European authorities in July 2009.The Protection Consortium is the guardian of the product's quality and it promotes...

read more
How to store Parmesan

How to store Parmesan

The Parmesan (Parmigiano Reggiano) is a cheese with low water content and this lets you store it for long periods, depending on the packaging and the environment. Vacuum packed Parmesan (Parmigiano Reggiano) You can store vacuum packed Parmesan (Parmigiano...

read more
How to cut Parmesan

How to cut Parmesan

Do you know? Cutting a Parmesan wheel (Parmigiano Reggiano)  is a real art and you can learn it. As in all the art the right instruments are the first step and one of the most important for Parmensan is the almond knife or "tagliagrana" (cut the cheese):...

read more
Pesto Gnocchi

Pesto Gnocchi

      Pesto Gnocchi   Ingredients: 600 gr of Potato Gnocchi 30 leaves of fresh Basil 1 pinch of salt 30 gr of Pine nuts 10 gr of Pecorino Romano cheese 30 gr of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese Extra Virgin Olive Oil   Preparation: To prepare Pesto...

read more
Truffle and Claims Pasta

Truffle and Claims Pasta

Ingredients: 200 gr of Spaghetti Pasta 500 gr of clams 1 small fresh black truffle parsley 1 lemon 1 clove of garlic White wine 1 fresh chili oil truffle oil salt   Preparation: First, put the clams in plenty of lightly salted cold water to expel the impurities...

read more
Mozzarella Panzerotti

Mozzarella Panzerotti

  Mozzarella Panzerotti are typical of Southern Italy, from Lazio to Sicily, but the best panzerotti are prepared in Campania and Puglia. They are considered a street food, very tasty with simple and genuine ingredients. You can fill the panzerotti with the...

read more
Rice Salad

Rice Salad

  Rice Salad is a unique dish typical of the summer season: perfect to prepare in the morning to find it ready to return from the beach. It is a fresh, light and personalized recipe with different ingredients according to one's taste, as long as they are...

read more
Rice: excellence and Italian treasure

Rice: excellence and Italian treasure

  Rice, characterized by a thousand-year history and from distant origins, with the years has managed to make its way into the Italian culinary tradition becoming a cornerstone of our diet, bringing Italian production worldwide   THE CULTIVATION OF RICE:...

read more
Sicilian Swordfish

Sicilian Swordfish

Sicilian Swordfish is a typical dish of the culinary tradition of the city of Messina, in southern Italy. It is a simple, genuine recipe, prepared with typical Sicilian ingredients: swordfish, cherry tomatoes, olives and capers.   Ingredients: 300 gr of Sliced...

read more

I’m a man of simple tastes. I’m always satisfied with the best.

Oscar Wilde

There is nothing you can’t solve with a smile and a good lunch

Anonymous