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Romantic Getaways to Italy

Festa Italiana Milwaukee

 

Tuesday Oct 4, 2011 35:00 PM ET

Salt Lake City, Tranquility, And a Risotto with Truffles

An Unexpected Milwaukee

The Language of Food and A Not So Ordinary Quiche

Fritto Misto and a Visit to Fiumicino

Impressions of September: Fresh Fig Crostata

Even gelato has a literary past. The first gelato is said to have been invented by Sicilian Francesco Procopio de Coltelli, who in 1685 went to Paris to open a coffee bar, known as Cafe le Procope, where his version…
If home is where the heart is then it’s the details that count, the little things that make you feel comfortable and remind you who you are… a recipe, a sound, a fragrance – some of the things that…
In Sicily, granita is really an art. Who can blame the Sicilians for coming up with a way to enjoy a coffee in a place where summer temperatures regularly reach the 100 degree mark?
A month at my beach house, for me, means spending more time gathering local produce for fresh dishes since we are surrounded by farms and olive groves.
A quick dessert that takes advantage of pantry ingredients and conveys the essence of those last, lazy days of summer.
If you are in Italy or the south of France get to the nearest beach ASAP for the best display of summer as Italians celebrate Ferragosto.
Being a foodie, my memories are arranged by foods, and for me the best memory of a season is the fresh vegetables Mother Nature gives us. In winter, I am always wishing for the vibrant tastes and bold colors of…
Lemons have been used in many ways throughout history. During the Renaissance, the fashionable ladies used lemons as a way to make their lips red and pronounced. In the early 1900s, an elixir of warm water, fresh lemon juice, and…
Millions watched as Kate Middleton took her first steps out of the limo and into Westminster Abbey, transforming into a princess before our eyes. Her effervescent beauty illuminated from her ethereal veil – truly a vision of understated elegance. Many…
The time for powdered snow, dazzling lights, and sparkling presents nestled under a tree may seem a bit far away; however, for diehard Christmas lovers, the summer is the perfect time to celebrate.
It is no wonder that the beautiful scenery of Tuscany’s lush greenery and regal mountains inspired Italy’s rebirth. From the Renaissance birthplace of Florence, to the rolling meadows of Siena, the region of Tuscany is a bustling center of…
With temperatures soaring in the 100+ degree range in most of the US, children are eagerly staking out neighborhood corners with small booths, optimistically large glass jars, and handwritten signs as the height of lemonade stand season is upon…
A recent article in the Christian Science Monitor called the sudden interest in the theater of food and the culinary arts in America a sort of “Italian Renaissance in food … an intellectual elevation that is turned into something durable…
Rome – the eternal city, and a city with never-ending trends that fascinate the world. Rome is famous for beautiful architecture that makes people gaze in awe at magnificent works like the Coliseum and the Vatican. Rome is also famous…
Looking for an unusual way to add flavor and fragrance to your summer cooking? Look to lavender!
Try this coffee fit for a princess even if you aren’t entertaining visiting royalty.
Coffee has provided inspiration for many literary and artistic geniuses. Keep your inspiration cool in the summer by making coffee shakes.
For a yummy food/wine pairing, try a bubbly bottle of Braccheto D’Acqui with this fabulous chocolate dessert.
Picnic season is here and no one does it better than the Tuscans. From the elegant but simple buffet table to the rustic style – who can refute that they have turned simplicity to an art and science?

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