Now that winter is a distant memory and the unpredictable spring weather is almost over, let’s welcome the summer sun and heat with some simple and delicious Italian dishes made with fresh, in-season ingredients! Pesto and its variations.
The mythical city of Venice – unique in location as it is in its cuisine. For a lover of seafood there is no better place to sample a wide range of underwater catches since Venice relies heavily on the bounty collected from its lagoon. The Rialto Market is overflowing daily, from tiny snails called bovoleti to razor clams called cape longhe. For those faint of stomach, fret not. Venetian cuisine is varied and the well-known tradition of sampling small bites over big meals will allow you to dabble rather than commit. The following list presents 10 of the most popular and typical dishes to be found in Venice. Evviva la cucina Veneziana!
Amore per la freschezza e per la qualità degli ingredienti. Attenzione ai prodotti locali. Grande esperienza internazionale. La celebre tradizione della cucina francese, la sua estetica raffinata e... il tocco italiano. Insomma, un asso in cucina. Questo è Riccardo Bertolino, giovane e creativo executive chef della Maison Boulud del Ritz-Carlton di Montréal, il ristorante più atteso dell’anno.
Summer days are either sunny or very sunny, and the average temperature is 34°C. Beaches are filled with sun worshippers melting in the heat of the scirocco wind blowing from North Africa. This is Sicily, the birth place of one of summer’s favourite treats, the glacial granules known as granita.
Olivier Poussier travaille depuis près de vingt ans avec les chefs des meilleurs restaurants gastronomiques du monde. Depuis dix ans, tout en cultivant son amour des vins d’Europe, il s’est passionné pour les vins des quatre coins du globe. Ces expériences multiples vécues sur la planète lui apportent un regard nouveau sur un secteur en pleine mutation.
Chef from Catanzaro talks about “la tradizione del maiale”
Red wine has been hailed as a powerhouse elixir since the early ’90s when research began into The French Paradox, a phenomenon whereby French people, who consume a diet high in saturated fats and cholesterol, remain remarkably healthy. The secret, research suggested, pointed to red wine, which contains the antioxidant resveratrol.