Believe it or not, the Fourth of July is right around the corner. It's time to start planning your family barbecue and find some patriotic dishes for your menu. You've seen the flag cakes and the red, white and blue trifles, but I bet you haven't seen flag lasagna. This unique and creative dish is sure to wow your guests with its design and delicious taste.Read Full Story
Say no to take-out by making this easy pizza and enjoy the authentic taste of Italy from your own kitchen. Pizza is a favourite meal that's enjoyed by young and old alike. This home-made version is so easy and satisfying, you'll think twice about the same old take-out!Read Full Story
With a few simple tips, you can make authentic, perfectly cooked risotto at home. This recipe for saffron and butternut squash risotto – a modern take on traditional risotto Milanese – will keep you coming back for more.Read Full Story
Everyone's favorite guilty pleasure is back with a new season full of fun, fights, fist pumps and food. From sitting down for Sunday supper to enjoying a five-course mom-cooked meal, the cast's love for food runs deep -- especially their favorite food, Italian. Vinny Guadagnino explains to SheKnows just how important real Italian food is to him, and why.Read Full Story
Choosing wines for the holidays is a challenge. Holiday foods are richer and quite varied: rich, savory appetizers, dishes that combine sweet and savory flavors and many different desserts. So what wines can you pair with all these foods? And how can you make sure the wines appeal to everyone?Read Full Story
Italian wines are made to go with food. They have high acidity, which causes our mouths to salivate, cleansing the palate and preparing us for the next bite. So, enjoying Italian wines with food is a real treat for the taste buds. And, of course, the best food pairings for Italian wines are Italian foods.Read Full Story
There was no chicken parmigiana or spaghetti & meatballs on my table growing up. For me, the child of Italian immigrants, dinner consisted of lots of vegetables, beans and some form of pasta. My parents are the children of peasant farmers from a small town outside of Naples, Italy, called Cervinara -- and the American concept of Italian food did not exist as part of our native diet.Read Full Story
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