Culture & Tradition

  • 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.

  • The winegrowing region of Alto Adige is a multifaceted land, where unique wines are shaped by the Alpine landscape, tended to by experienced wine-growers, and prized throughout the world.

  • Discover the sweet story of Baci Perugina (think: a love affair in a medieval Italian town with the creation of a romantic chocolate).

  • Every year, people across Italy celebrate the feast day of Santa Lucia, the patron saint of the blind and her hometown of Siracusa, Sicilia, on December 13.

  • Ready for your next salami craze? Meet Culatello di Zibello DOP, a rare Italian product from Parma that is only now hitting American markets.

  • In this food lover's guide to Emilia-Romagna, discover the culture and cuisine of one of Italy's most famous culinary regions, then taste the food for yourself at Via Emilia, Eataly Boston's new limited-edition restaurant!

  • ITA, Italian Trade Agency, and Eataly, the largest Italian retail and dining experience in the world, are once again joining forces for the return of the Made in Italy campaign.

  • On June 2, Italians celebrate La Festa della Repubblica, or Republic Day. The national holiday commemorates the date when Italians voted to form a republic.