RECIPE. Topinambur & Cauliflower Cream Soup. For all you vegetarian and vegan lovers, this soup is for you!
PANZANELLA. This is the ultimate Italian recipe for the hottest time of the year.
Fresh, light, and bursting with natural flavour. You can’t help but feel good after eating it!
RECIPE! Zucchini ripieni, stuffed zucchini, are a timeless classic recipe for all Italian dining tables for a Sunday lunch. There are so many varieties of stuffing you can make that it’s hard to ever get tired of them.
Summer (pomodori) Tomatoes 101 It’s the most wonderful time of here in Italy for fresh produce but especially…… for fresh tomatoes of all shapes, sizes, and colours. Here are some recipes we’d like to highlight today!
RECIPE! Fig Bruschetta. Everyone knows and loves the traditional tomato and olive oil bruschetta that we have surely seen in all Italian restaurants known to man, but have you seen this one yet? Fig, stracciatella cheese, prosciutto crudo and honey!
Ok guys, here it is! Your go to Italian panino for all weekends at home in front of a soccer match! Slow cooked veal, either boiled or roasted, make for a fulfilling bite to satisfy your game day cravings. Or this panino option is also a perfect leftovers solution if you have left over veal…
Brightening up our plates and hoping spring will be here sooner than later with this fancy dish! Scallops are delicious simply grilled or pan seared, and elegant for any dinner party menu. What else we love about scallops is just how fast they are to cook and the vast variety of dishes you can pair…
Need a quick fix for your Christmas or New Year’s menu? Here are a few simple appetizers that are beautiful to serve with cocktails or at the table to kick off your holiday dinner.
Pumpkin Armaretti Parmesan bowl – a yummy aperitivo Italian dip thaty has a nice touch of sweet and salty that goes great with a glass of prosecco!
It’s no secret that Italians show and share their love through their cooking. It is believed that one can not cook well if there is no love in their cooking – amore & cucina – go hand in hand. So who else better than to take a tip from than the Italians on to know…