by Grazia Solazzi   There is no better time than fall for visiting Italy. The weather is mild. It's low season, and autumn foliage brings some additional charm to the already captivating Italian countryside. Also, many of the food products that have made Italy famous are ready now: wine, mushrooms, truffles... Fall is perfect for a gastronomic to...

By Lori Fredrich   Lidia Bastianich is one of the best-loved chefs on television. Her Emmy Award-winning public television programs have delighted audiences for over 17 years, capturing both her love and respect for authentic Italian cuisine.   And Bastianich's popularity is warranted. She has spent more than three decades building a...

Here's a stunning bar and trattoria with Old World bronze-trimmed elegance that outclasses its East Village location. It's the work of the Church Group, which creates themed bars, several in the same neighborhood. Nearby, the group's Kingston Hall is Jamaican, Shoolbred's is as Scottish as its hot toddies, and Ninth Ward, which is closed temporaril...

Si è fatto carico di una buona causa il ristoratore di Mosciano Sant'Angelo Gabriele Marrangoni, patron e "scièf" (come ama scherzosamente definirsi) della country house Borgo Spoltino: il 27 gennaio 2013 ha cucinato abruzzese per i 300 partecipanti al Galà Abruzzo & Molise organizzato dall'associazione Italian American Spirit a Philadelphia.La...

For Italian-Americans, it was the moment when the meatballs got big.We speak of the 1950s, when at least some of the thousands of immigrants who had poured into New York City from impoverished regions of Italy finally began to see the postwar fruits of their sacrifice. Prosperity was within reach, and they expected their meal at the neighborhood re...

di Piero Armenti   La Pizzeria San Matteo, nel cuore dell'Upper East Side, rappresenta un motivo d'orgoglio per la città di Salerno. Lontano dalle sponde del Mediterraneo, i suoi guru culinari, i fratelli fondatori Ciro e Fabio Casella, sono riusciti in un'impresa importante: ricreare qualcosa della piccola città capofila della costiera amal...

by Michael Gebert   Mario Batali may be the most celebrated Italian restaurant chef in America at the moment. He's unquestionably the most recognizable—imposingly big, bookended by orange hair at one end and his trademark orange clogs at the other end, equally trademark vest in between.   Having established his image visually, not to...

by Lauren Saria   Sure, you've already had Rita's Italian Ice on Mill Avenue, but now Tempe-ites have a second spot dedicated to serving Philadelphia-style Italian Ice. Joe's Italian Ice opened at 2019 South McClintock Drive in mid-December, bringing a menu of more than 50 flavors of Italian ice to Tempe. This is Joe's first location in Ari...

You are cordially invited to attend a special presentation by Fiorella DiCarlo RD, CDN titled, The Health Benefits of Eating Italian Style at the Italian American Museum on Thursday, May 29.   Fiorella is a Registered Dietitian in private practice in New York City and born in Naples, Italy. She is also founder of a food blog called Fiorella...

One of the best Italian dinners in town will be served by CSI Culinary Arts students at the 12th annual Italian Buffet from 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 2 in the College of Southern Idaho's Desert Cafe. The event tests the skills of CSI's Culinary Arts and Hospitality students as they prepare and serve a buffet for the general public. The evening's menu inclu...