In the Northern hemisphere the Italian countryside will soon be ablaze with color, food festivals will showcase nature’s best and tables will be laden with gorgeous foods.
Fast, easy, very tasty: pizza scima is the perfect bread product for a last-minute dinner. This is how this Abruzzo specialty was born.
It's the last month to stock up on tomatoes and aubergines, and above all to prepare preserves for the winter. But fear not: figs, grapes and soon the first pumpkins will brighten up the table.
This unique product is born from the small town in the province of Udine. A salt-cured meat that becomes sweet and melts in the mouth. Only three ingredients allowed: Italian pork meat, sea salt and the San Daniele microclimate
From the Etna town of Bronte, the small green nut has travelled all around the world. What makes it unique is the lava soil and chlorophyll which lends its intense colour. Needless to say, it is good on everything: from ...Leggi altro
She began by telling the Italians about America, but today Angela is committed to making Abruzzo known in the States. With the help of her husband she has devised a digital project that organizes trips and online experiences, as well ...Leggi altro
Low salt dough, flavoured with a mix of dried and blended wild herbs, combined with local raw materials. Here are the new pizzas by Lovatel at the Rosa Alpina restaurant.
Pizza, burgers, wraps and goulash: it's all available at the renovated Darlington covered market, one of the oldest in the UK. A historic place that after more than 200 years changes its skin and becomes dedicated to street food.
With its typical porcelain skin, consistent and at the same time melty, mozzarella made from the milk of Italian water buffaloes (not bison!) is a delight that's impossible to forgo. Here is everything you need to know to make sure ...Leggi altro
Everyone loves chocolate, including royals. In London, the Royal Family has always procured theirs at Charbonnel et Walker, Princess Diana's (and others') favourite chocolate shop.