Orange mousse, a fresh, light dessert for any occasion   The days begin to get longer and even hotter. A fresh orange mousse can delight the palate of foodies and is a good compromise for those looking for something fancy, light and in line with the winter season. To prepare the orange mousse, prefer the most subtle and

An original recipe for your home-made bread. Two ingredients that are geographically distant but perfect in combination   Making bread at home can be challenging, but it is also an opportunity to travel between different countries, experimenting with unusual flavours and combinations. Flour, Finnish nettles and Sicilian dried tomatoes. The ingredients are all there to make a tasty home-made bread. When we start to

Risotto: the Piedmontese tradition and the inspiration of Chiara Caprettini   Rice and risotto are a classic of Piedmontese cuisine. The cultivation of rice in Piedmont dates back to the late Renaissance. The Baraggia Biellese and the Vercelli area are renowned for their production of high-quality rice: this territory is characterised by clayey soils, rich in iron, and by the abundance

Today we cook the Caponata, a typical recipe from Southern Italy appreciated all over the world.   Hello! My name is Paola Maggiulli – The Tiny Italian. I’m an Anglo Italian food blogger and I’m in love with Italian food, whether that’s eating it, cooking it or obsessing reading every Italian recipe book on the planet. Born and bred in London, I

A journey to discover the excellence of Italian food and wine: Sicilian cheeses included in the Slow Food Presidia   Hello everyone! We are Roberta Lo Cascio and Laura Martino and together we have founded the Saporite blog, where we focus on discovering and sharing Italian food & wine treasures and in particular those of our region, Sicily. Sicily is one of

Italians on holiday: the purchase of local food as holiday souvenirs is a rapidly developing trend encouraged by the growing of opportunities for the enhancement of local specialities.   Nearly three out of four Italians on holiday (71%) at the sea, in the mountains or in the countryside during summer 2018 have chosen to visit olive oil mills, mountain huts, wineries, farms, “agriturismi” or farmers’ markets to

A fascinating trip to Italy on board of his blue Fiat 500 – Jasper sommelier’s point of view on Italian wine and food   Allow me to introduce myself! My name is Jasper and I am what you call a “wine geek”. Since I was allowed to work with wine, I did. I made a study of

Montefalco Sagrantino is the red wine that has made Umbria famous around the world.   Describing what makes this red wine so unique requires more than one word: it is its charisma, its essence and its mystery. Sagrantino is grown exclusively in Montefalco, a village of ancient Roman foundation, and in the towns of Bevagna, Gualdo Cattaneo, Giano