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#SicilyinRome: two delicious Sicilian food and wine events hosted in Rome in April to bring attention to the island’s best products.
Welcome back to The Herb Garden! Today we investigate marjoram, or as it is known in Italian, maggiorana.
Ideal Caffè Stagnitta has been around since 1928, and remains the oldest coffee roaster in palermno, still in its original location, and one of the only torrefazione still standing after all these years.
Welcome back to the Spice Cabinet series: today we investigate turmeric, which has become a staple in both medicine and spice cabinets around the world.
Frìtoe, Venetian dialect for fritters, are the gastronomic symbol of the Venice Carnevale festivity. Here’s an authentic recipe to make them at home.
The signs are clear: Italian take-out is here to stay and due to most probably markedly alter local dining habits.
Sicily’s treasured Marsala wine makes its way back into our hearts.
Welcome back to the “Our Italians” series of interviews. In these we focus on food artisans, experts and producers in Italy or abroad. These passionate individuals are committed to sharing the best in Italian food, wine and traditional products, through family-owned...
ProLoco Trastevere is the perfect place to stop for a cocktail after work; ideal for university students after a morning class session, or the place for a relaxed dinner among friends and family.
We’re excited and proud to announce our customized seven-day “When in Rome” food and culture tours, unique experiences that includes guided excursions, authentic cooking classes, shared intimate dinners and opportunities for individual exploration
Happy New Year! In Italy the holiday season isn't over yet. Ornaments and decorations don't come down until after La Befana on January 6th. Extending the holiday celebrations, we thought we'd share more party tips. This one is all about cheese. Gone are the days when...
All of us at Casa Mia wish our readers, supporters and followers our warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful holiday and a very happy new year. Buone Feste!
Worried that the Eternal City will shut down during the holidays, or that it will be impossible to find a table? Au contraire, fine meals can be had in Rome during the 2018-19 holiday season.
During our 4 hour lesson, we made tortellini, tagliatelle, strichetti, quadretti, maltagliata, and tortelloni.
‘Tis the season, but In Naples, it’s Christmas year round. Markets and traditional presepi to celebrate the holidays in Naples.