Last month, we shared our wine map of Italy where you could see what kind of wines came from which regions. For national wine day, we’re going to focus on one of our favorite regions: Sicily. According to Greek myth,… Continue Reading For National Wine Day: Wine Grapes of Sicily
Scampi has come to be known as the delicious preparation for shrimp with garlic, butter, lemon, and parsley. But “scampi” is actually the Italian word for a type of tiny crustacean related to lobster. Italian-Americans used the same recipe but… Continue Reading Classic, Tasty, Easy Shrimp Scampi
Saluti! Pasta is a way of life for Italians—but so is wine. Rarely is a meal is missed without soothing, refreshing, or robust glass of vino paired with perfectly delicious and satisfying dish. Most Americans are familiar with wines like… Continue Reading Italian Wine 101: Wine Regions of Italy
In honor of International Carbonara day, we are sharing this beloved recipe that has ambiguous origins. Although there are other recipes using pasta, eggs, and bacon, we don’t know exactly where it came from, but it appears to have developed… Continue Reading What’s not to love about Pasta alla Carbonara?