For most Italians, the sea is never far away. Though Italy is a relatively small country, it has around 5000 miles of coastline, allowing Italy to have some of the most succulent seafood dishes in the world. Eaten alone or mixed in with pasta, Italian seafood does not disappoint!

Discover Seafood

Seafood buy online alone or mixed with fruits or vegetables it always creates an unique flavour!

Dressing pasta with a fish sauce is a refined and elegant choice, specially suitable for summer! Also if Seafood is in form of cream or patè could be eaten alone, spread over the bread croutons.

For prepare Seafood sauces or cream are used different fish breeds (for example tuna, swordfish or mackerel) mixed with vegetables (sun-dried tomatoes, artichoke, olives) or fruits like oranges.

Recipes Seafood

Olive leaves: properties and benefits

  Olive leaves are even healthier and nutritious than oil, in fact, they have multiple benefits on the body: they are antioxidants against free radicals of cell aging, they stimulate the metabolism of carbohydrates and lipids and help blood circulation and...

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...

Pumpkin Gnocchi

Pumpkin Gnocchi It is a typical dish of the autumn period, both in taste and in colors where pumpkin orange stands out, known for its versatility in the kitchen, thanks to which it can be used to prepare sweet or savory dishes. Traditional Pumpkin Gnocchi are a first...

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...

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.

The recipes of Piadina Romagnola

White flour, lard or olive oil, salt, and water to create a tasty and very simple appetizer. You could fill it with whatever you want: ham, vegetables, cheese or Nutella cream! Try and discover the recipe of Piadina Romagnola

Truffle Risotto

              Truffle Risotto Ingredients: 320 gr of Carnaroli rice 10 gr of White truffle 750 gr of Meat Broth 50 gr of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese 50 gr of Butter Extra-virgin olive oil Black pepper and Salt   Truffle Risotto...

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.

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 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.

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.

Do you know how many types of Pasta exist?

  Pasta is the queen of Italian culinary tradition. It is loved by adults and children and is seasoned with sauces of all kinds: vegetables, meat, or fish. There are countless formats in Italy; some typologies are known all over the world while others are popular...

Tiramisù with Panettone

Tiramisù with Panettone is a popular Italian dessert. It is made of ladyfingers dipped in coffee, layered with a whipped mixture of eggs, sugar, and mascarpone cheese, flavored with cocoa.

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

Pumpkin and Parmesan Soup

Pumpkin and Parmesan Soup is a first course perfect to warm up the cold autumn period. This soup is a light, fast and at the same time really tasty dish.                   Ingredients: 150 g Parmigiano Reggiano with crust...


Bruschetta is an antipasto (starter dish) from Italy consisting of grilled bread rubbed with garlic and topped with olive oil and salt. Variations may include toppings of tomato, vegetables, beans, cured meat, or cheese. Bruschetta is a fresh, simple and delicious...

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.

How to eat Italian Spaghetti

Everyone in the world has a different way to eat Italian Spaghetti: who cut them, who uses the spoon to roll them or who breaks them in half before cooking them, but for the Italian galateo exists only one way to eat them.

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)

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


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.

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 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.

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.

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.

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.