Tag: Italy

Aug 01
The ABC’s of Campania Food & Wine: P

P is for Patata novella: The image of Italy may recall baskets of tomatoes, plates of…

Jul 25
The ABC’s of Campania Food & Wine: O

O is for Olive Pisciottane: The olives of Pisciotto, Salerno are possibly the oldest…

Jul 11
The ABC’s of Campania Food & Wine: N

N is for Noce di Sorrento: Walnuts were brought over to Italy centuries ago from the…

Jul 04
The ABC’s of Campania Food & Wine: M

M is for mozzarella di bufala campana DOP: Mozzarella cheese has been carried around…

Jun 19
The ABC’s of Campania Food & Wine: L

L is for limone: The IGP limone of southern Italy, Campania is known as the best lemon…

Jun 13
The ABC’s of Campania Food & Wine: K

K is for kaki: The kaki vaniglia fruit, also spelled “cachi” or…

May 02
The ABC’s of Campania Food & Wine: I

I is for impepata di cozze: Fresh seafood in Campania is an abundant treat that…

Apr 22
Food & Wine Word of the Week: Cerasuolo

Cerasuolo can be a sticky term in Italian wine as it has a few different uses.  In…

Apr 20
Frijenno Manganno – Antipasto e’ Fuia Fuia

  We asked many of our native Italian friends for the meaning of fuia fuia in…

Apr 18
The ABC’s of Campania Food & Wine: G

G is for gragnano pasta: Gragnano (grah-nyah-no) pasta IGP indicates a high-quality…

Apr 04
The ABC’s of Campania Food & Wine: E

ABC's of Campania Food & Wine. Eating & drinking through Campania one letter at a…

Apr 01
Italian Food & Wine Word of the Week: Tomino di Melle

Nestled in the foothills of the Alps sits the tiny, sleepy village of Melle from…