By Tanji Patton   Columbus Day kicked off our love of all things Italian on Goodtaste.tv. Timeless recipes, how-to videos and more authentic eats from big names like Lidia Bastianich, including a sampling of the dishes she prepared for the Pope on his recent U.S. visit. I've worked with Lidia several times (once in MY kitchen), and I believe...

By Janelle Nanos I'm an Italian by marriage, and every meal with my extended family ends with stories of Grandpa Mario, a first-generation Italian-American who lived his life fast and bold. After attaining financial success, he often spent lavishly on his friends and loved ones.   He was a good Catholic, but was so notoriously impatient tha...

"Truffles & Treasures of Italy" is an exclusive culinary tour, which will focus on Italy's celebrated white truffles, exquisite regional cuisine, and artistic treasures in Umbria, Emilia-Romagna and Tuscany. Mirepoix USA, a leading online purveyor of specialty gourmet foods, has announced that the company's tour is confirmed for October 20 – No...

S.Y. Kitchen and Luca Crestanelli, executive chef and partner, are hosting "Godfather Night," a special "Family" dinner Tuesday, April 1, inspired by his Italian-American immigrant tradition. Reservations start at 5 p.m.   For one night only, S.Y. Kitchen will be transformed into an Italian eatery of the past, complete with red checkered ta...

New Jersey Italians invites you to attend our inaugural OPERA APERITIVO! June 26, at Spuntino Winebar in Clifton, New Jersey - 7:00 – 10:30 PM Meet friendly people and make new connections! Practice your Italian and La Dolce Vita Enjoy a live performance by the Montclair Opera Group!NJ Italians, in collaboration with the Montclair Oper...

by Eddie Small   talian pastry and coffee shop Palombo will soon replace the Burger King near Yankee Stadium, DNAinfo New York has learned. The cafe, which has been on Arthur Avenue for several years, aims to open on East 161st Street and Walton Avenue by next Easter, according to building property manager Paul Mingrino. He said the caf...

You are cordially invited to attend a book presentation and signing by author and purveyor of fine Italian foods, Lou Di Palo, at the Italian American Museum this Wednesday, December 17th.   The Wall Street Journal said, "Mr. Di Palo acts as a voluble and disarming tour guide. He takes the reader on a trip through 20 regions of Italy, from S...

Welcome to "A Tavola," Bostoniano's newest food column, dedicated to taking readers on un giro culinario in search of Massachusetts' prime locations for authentic Italian cuisine. It seems that Massachusetts is rife with Italian eateries, all of which claim to serve real "Italian classics," but for experienced foodies and casual diners, alike, find...

by Pete Allman   In Italy, people enjoy every moment of life. The pace of everyday living is much different than life in America. This style of life, encompassing good wine and authentic Italian cuisine is what Italy is known for. For the last 10 years Giorgio Pierangeli, Mario and Raffaele Sabatini, two brothers from the region of Abruzzi,...

by Janice Worthen   On the corner of Santa Clara Avenue and Fifth Street sits a little deli that's easy to miss, but its sandwiches — stuffed with a generous serving of meat on a wonderfully fragrant choice of breads — are hard to forget. Just take a step inside this classic corner eatery, and you'll see why Santoro's Italian Market & De...