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  • Rivers, mountains, beaches and a sea teeming with fish. This UNESCO World Heritage Site starts at the temples and ancient Greek ruins of Paestum and comprises eighty towns and villages, sixty miles of coast, the tallest mountains and densest forests in the region, as well as dozens of vineyards, wine cellars and farming businesses that produce exquisite food.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Bianca Soria(April 09, 2015)
    A book about the foods of Italy, and about how food brings people together. It is also a book that tries to teach Americans the Italian approach to food: “In America we always ate to live, while Italians live to eat. They appreciate every facet of their food, they want to know everything about it…”
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    I. I.(February 13, 2015)
    “Mulino a Vino” (or Wine Mill) has just opened a few months ago and is already making the headlines. Writer and pleasure activist Fred Plotkin went there with the i-Italy TV crew to find out why. Find video interviews and the transcript of his conversation with Chef Davide Scabin.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Natasha Lardera(November 20, 2014)
    A beautiful book equally at home on the countertop and the coffee table, a rare gem first published in Italy in 2011 that has now been translated into English with a foreword by renowned Chef and Culinary Educator Cesare Casella.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    M. T.(November 06, 2014)
    Located in Chelsea at 546 Avenue of the Americas, Crave It is the perfect place to taste the most delicious Italian “cappuccino and cornetto” ...and much more. Eat.it, Love.it., Crave.it . Upon entering the shop, your nose picks up the scent of freshly baked cornetti and your eyes bulge at the sight of its beautiful and luminous display cases showcasing a pageantry of pastries
  • Life & People
    Giulia Madron(July 03, 2014)
    Diana Attianese is the creator of Italianavera, the brand she created a few months ago moved by two great passions: food, especially tomatoes, and fashion.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    I.T.C.(June 25, 2014)
    Italy is THE great protagonist of this year’s Summer show! 350 exhibitors and almost 30,000 square feet of display area at the Javits Center in New York City, host of the largest and most important food and beverage show in North America and one from the top five such events around the world, that opens on June 29 and closes on July 1.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Natasha Lardera(June 24, 2014)
    Italy will again dominate this year’s Summer Fancy Food Show at the Jacob Javits Convention Center. To know more about all this we visited the Italian Trade Agency in New York and met met Pier Paolo Celeste, Trade Commissioner and Executive Director for the USA.
  • PastaMania #1. "Fettuccine al ragù"
    Fettuccine literally means "little ribbons" and refers to the shape of the pasta. It's a flat, thick egg noodle popular in central Italy, and it is often eaten with ragù—a special, slow-cooked meat sauce. There are several regional variations of ragù in Italy, the most famous being Neapolitan and Bolognese. The one presented here is Bolognese, from Emilia-Romagna.
  • PastaMania #2. "Penne zucchine e gamberetti"
    In Italy "Gamberetti e zucchine" is one of the best known "mari e monti" dishes (Italian for "surf and turf"). Gamberetti cover the sea and zucchini come from the soil. This southern-Italian dish is very popular in the area stretching from Naples to the coasts of Sorrento and Amalfi, a very rocky coastline with mountains overlooking the sea.

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