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.
Senatore Cappelli pasta is made of ancient wheat which makes it full of better properties and nutritional values, plus it’s totally organic.
Italy just set a new Guinness World Record for The Largest Pecorino In The World – Il Gigante del Cedrino.
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
Capers are usually preserved in salt, so, before being consumed, they must be subjected to a procedure known as “Desalting”
Mariangela Grosoli is the heir of one of the 4 historic companies of the production of balsamic vinegar, the Del Duca, founded in 1891
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 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.
Parmesan or Parmigiano Reggiano is a PDO cheese products that comes from the area of Parma, Reggio Emilia, Modena and Mantova in Italy.
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.
Spaghetti with Clams is one of the best known Campania pasta dishes, a simple recipe where the delicacy of clams meets the Italian pasta tradition for an awesome result.
Zucchini flowers Risotto is a light but very tasty first course, which is ideal during the spring and summer period.