In the spirit of the season, Italy becomes alive as it celebrates the holidays. Cities and villages alike are strung with twinkling lights, bustling with holiday markets, and — most exciting for us — filled with delicious food and drink.
Acronyms like DOP and IGP matter. Get the specifics with our glossary!
DOP, IGP, DOC — these letters are often found on the label of your favorite Italian food and drink, but what are they?
Whether red, white, or rosé, brightly spumante (sparkling) or lightly frizzante (semi-sparkling), Italy’s effervescent vini will make you forget all about France’s Champagne.
While not an official public holiday in Italy, December 31 is widely celebrated across the 20 regions.
Created in Roma, this long oval flatbread is served on a wooden pala, or “paddle.”
Even within all the regional varieties of pizza found in Italy, you'll find a few unique specialties. Enter: la pizza a ruota di carro.
We sat down with the experts at Afeltra, a prize-winning historic pasta factory, to go behind the scenes and find out how pasta is made.
When he's not brainstorming with the bakers at Eataly, Fulvio Marino continues to work with his family, grinding organic whole grains over their natural old mill stones.
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