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Le Cesarine: A Taste of Home Cooking in Emilia-Romagna Jamie Feldmar
Hungry for comfort food in the most literal sense, a food writer finds a taste of Italian home cooking through a non-profit dedicated to promoting traditional foodways.
How to Smuggle a Ham Melissa Klurman
That amazing jamón you picked up on your trip probably isn't legal to bring home. But what if you want to try anyway?
Friday Cocktails: The Americano Cory Baldwin
Bright red and bittersweet, the Americano was born as the "Milano-Torino" at Caffè Camparino in the 1860's (the Campari came from Milan, the sweet vermouth from Turin). The cocktail eventually became known as the Americano due to its popularity with American expats during prohibition.
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Comfort Soup Lael Hazan
Pasta e fagioli, a cold-weather dish if there ever was one, started out as a peasant meal that made its way onto the menus of many modern Italian restaurants. It is found throughout Italy in many variations: the only commonalities among the recipes are beans and some kind of pasta. Continue...
Source: Giuliano Hazan
Southwestern and Italian flavors collide in these treats, which delight with chewy bits of fruit amid their twice-baked, nutty crunch. If you can't find blue cornmeal, replace it with the yellow variety. Continue...
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Source: Cafe Lynnylu
Peppers and Pasta Lael Hazan
Sant'Erasmo, a small island in Italy's Venetian lagoon, is known by the locals as the "vegetable garden of Venice." Thanks to the unique characteristics of its sand-and-clay soil, the prized produce cultivated there is particularly toothsome. Continue...
Classic Italian American Recipes
Cocchi Americano The Editors
Cocchi Americano is an Italian aperitivo of fortified Moscato d'Asti wine steeped with bitter, quinine-rich cinchona bark, citrus peel, and other botanicals.
Art of Antipasti Dana Bowen
Is there a better way to start a meal than with an abundant antipasti platter?
Full Steam Ahead Beth Kracklauer
Beth Kracklauer looks at the modern history of sandwich-making, from early italian grocery story sandwich-making assembly lines to James Joyce's Ulysses.
The best way to understand the importance of seafood on the Sicilian table is to visit the fish market in Catania, which is as old as the ancient city itself.
Home for the Holidays Roberta Corradin
by Roberta Corradin I'm a good Italian girl: no matter where I am when I wake up on December 22—and, since I work as a food and travel writer, I might be very far away—I catch a flight back to my mother's house to help her prepare Christmas lunch. Mom still lives in the town where I was born, in the Alpine village of Oulx, nearly 50 miles west of Turin. Oulx is technically in Italy (specifically, in the region of Piedmont), but it's only eight miles from the French border, and until the late 19th century the area belonged to France. As a result, the local culture is a mix of Gallic and Italian influences. When it comes to food, you're as likely to find fantastic crepes as you are lovely handmade pastas. Keep reading »
Different Types of Pasta Ben Mims
Tagliatelle might be the classic accompaniment for ragù alla bolognese, but we found a number of other pastas that possess shapes and textures that make them excellent partners as well.
Cooking with Nonna Diane Kochilas
A skilled author follows Italian grandmas into the kitchen-sometimes too literally.
Barbera at the Gates S. Irene Virbila
A "lesser" wine from Piedmont is becoming a new Italian star.
Italian Food You've Never Dreamed Of Colman Andrews
The cuisine of Genoa is ornate, appetizing, and very, very different.
Where and what to eat in Jackson Hole, from upscale Italian to offbeat bar snacks.
Toss them with pasta, braise them with other vegetables, or turn them into a bright spring soup.