One of our top rules in the kitchen? Always, always, always use the highest-quality ingredients available. Especially when you’re cooking a seasonal fall harvest recipe made with just a few ingredients.
You may think the best time to buy fresh seasonal produce is during the warmer months, but fa...
A simple dessert recipe combining some of our favorite flavors of Northern Italy. Made with broiled fruit, rosemary-infused honey, whipped Mascarpone cheese, and crumbled amaretti cookies, it's so easy to make but so flavorful!
On my first trip to Italy, I'd religiously finish the day with a cone of straciatella gelato while the adults would sip on ice-cold Limoncello. Though I didn't ever try more than an eyedropper full of the stuff, the intensely sweet, floral lemony flavor stayed with me and inspired these very adult Limoncello Creamsicle Popsicles.
The best way to toast the height of summer? Around here we think it's with this twist on a classic Bourbon Smash Cocktail where we add in loads of fresh mint, not one but two types of citrus, and the ripest peaches you can find!
Raise your hand if you're as into the chocolate-hazelnut combo that is Nutella, Baci, and Gianduja! This ice cream nods to that and goes big on the chocolate-hazelnut flavors with chocolate ice cream combined with toasted hazelnuts and layered with a chocolate-hazelnut sauce swirl.
This is a recipe that screams summer in Italy. We're talking happy hour (aka aperitivo) time when you're sipping on Prosecco or Spritzs and noshing on olives, potato chips, pistachios, and little crostini. This recipe is inspired by one of our favorite places of all time to do aperitivo – we're talking the rooftop of the Principe Hotel in Forte dei Marmi.
A one-pot recipe inspired by Italy and delicious any time of year, the secret to this dish is to cook lemons and garlic in olive oil before adding in the chicken, artichokes, and loads of basil. Serve this with roasted potatoes or over polenta for a complete meal.