Here in Italy, Latte e Menta, Milk and Mint, is a traditional summer fresh drink. Nourishing, rich, and refreshing. Here's how to make the syrup with fresh mint and the summery drink by adding the syrup to iced cold milk. It's a recipe from Ortigia's Simposio: a...
Here are all the Italian recipes on the blog. Some are traditional; some are modern. I created a few of them; others come from my family heritage or friends and restaurateurs who have kindly shared their knowledge.
You’ll find many pasta recipes but also fish, meat, chicken, and vegetarian recipes, of which the Italian cuisine is full.
My kitchen is in Rome, Italy. It’s the place where I share my knowledge of Italian cuisine and recipes. The place where I try to spread traditions and authenticity to the rest of the world.
The traditional recipe for Pasticciotti, or Bocconotti Pugliesi: shortcrust pastry muffins filled with “crema pasticcera” (pastry cream).
How to make Italian peach iced tea, “tè freddo alla pesca:” a refreshing summery drink.
A deliciously fresh, vernal fava bean pesto to season spaghetti (or linguine), plus a rain of pecorino flakes to add flavor peaks and crunchiness.
Are you ready to make the authentic tortellini panna e prosciutto recipe? The recipe that my male friends and brothers made continuously to satisfy their endless appetites. The steps they had learned from their moms and nonnas and that they replicated as accurately as their first-experienced skills let them.
How to make my olive oil banana bread recipe, an Italian-style banana bread! The other ingredients are classic: good old baking stuff.
Learn how to cook a delicious, comforting, and Italian sorghum cereal bowl with roasted cauliflower and intense mackerel filets!
In this post, I’m sharing how to make a wintry, Italian, comforting, and healthy drink: the hot apple juice with cinnamon recipe.
In this post, we will make a comforting winter soup: an Italian kale soup with cannellini beans and Prosciutto.
Florence's Simposio is a travel cookbook from Italy with the city's traditional and authentic recipes and my favorite Renaissance Florentines. Men and women, sinners, anachronistically flung in Dante's Inferno and then celebrated with tasty menus. Because in their...