When we talk about food and cooking, the word “bianco” [biàn·co], white, is frequently used in the phrase “in bianco” and it means plain food without any colored sauces or additional spices.… Letter “B” :: (in) Bianco
In every single Italian house there is – at least – one. More often than not, many of them, in different sizes.… Letter “M” :: Set the Moka on fire!
I’m not sure how the butcher persuaded me to buy some turkey (you must know that I’m not exactly a turkey fan) but here I was, back at home, staring at a couple of big thighs. What to do?… Recipe: Here comes “Turketta”
You don’t need to be a musician to enjoy “spaghetti alla chitarra” [chitarra, pronounced key-tahr-rah, is the Italian word for guitar].… Pasta Lover on “Spaghetti alla Chitarra” that Strikes The Right Chord
The word confetti /kənˈfetiː/ is synonym for celebration. But don’t get confused with those tiny colourful paper shreds that are thrown at parties.… Did you say “Confetti”?
While in Trento (in the Italian North Eastern region of Trentino), and cooking with local Grappa, I came up with this recipe…… Recipe: The Drunken Venison Fillet