So you know and love panettone, a sweet fluffy bread served for Christmas in Italy. But did you know about its Easter cousin, colomba?
The most prestigious expression of the Nebbiolo grape, Barolo wine hails from a village of the same name located in the region of Piemonte.
Discover how to eat an authentic Italian breakfast in Eataly Magazine's delicious, cappuccino-filled guide.
Explore Italy's traditions of the flame, then try grilling all'italiana this summer with these six ideas.
Everything you need to know about orange wine. How it's made,how it taste and much more. Visit Eataly.com and get our definitive guide!
Discover the Italian tradition of enjoying enormous, intricate, and delicious chocolate Easter eggs, and find them at your local Eataly.
You've probably enjoyed Parmigiano Reggiano dozens of times grated atop your pasta. But do you know how this world-renowned cheese is made?
What do Italians eat for Christmas from north to south? Get all the traditional Christmas recipes on Eataly.com!
In Italy, March 8 is la Festa della Donna, or International Women's Day. Discover the history, then learn how Italians celebrate the feminist holiday today.
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