Diana De Cicco is a food editor and writer based in New York City. She has a master's degree from New York University in Food Studies. Her passions are eating, traveling, and eating while traveling.
In many homes, Thanksgiving is mostly about the food, but you can enhance the experience by pairing wine with each course. Serve a few festive wines with your Thanksgiving meal that will taste delicious paired with turkey, potatoes, and all the trimmings.Read Full Story
Besides its delicious natural sweetness, honey can help keep alleviate cold and flu symptoms and keep you healthy during cold season. Get your fill of honey with these simple and tasty honey recipes to stay healthy and energized during the chilly winter months.Read Full Story
What better way to get in the mood for spring than with the classic Italian bread salad -- panzanella. This dish, typical of the spring and summer months in Italy, is made with fresh tomatoes and basil, good olive oil and vinegar, and crusty day old bread. Panzanella sings its best flavors with ripe tomatoes and fresh basil, bringing an early taste of the warm months just waiting around the corner.Read Full Story
Pizza is traditionally an Italian dish, but it can have lots of toppings inspired from many different global cuisines. As the weather gets colder, making homemade pizza with creative toppings is the perfect weekend activity for the family.Read Full Story
Here are a few family heirloom recipes from my long line of Italian family. Whether you sink your teeth into these recipes or some of your own, keep in mind that the number one secret of good Italian cooking is the joy and love that goes into it. So gather your whole family in the kitchen and mangia, mangia!Read Full Story
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