It’s the world’s most popular cuisine and people everywhere appreciate its stunning simplicity. The key to cooking great Italian recipes at home is to put as much thought into the ingredients as possible. Many of these dishes don’t require hard-to-find ingredients, but things like the quality of your extra virgin olive oil will make a huge difference to how your Italian food will taste. Here’s what to cook this weekend.
Get the definitive Italian carbonara with this traditional recipe. Tried and tasted.
Parmesan Risotto Recipe
Learn how to make creamy parmesan risotto with this unmissable recipe from Michelin-starred chef Riccardo Camanini. Through The Eyes of The Chef will teach you how to cook this classic Italian parmesan risotto like a pro.
From 28-30 October, join Fine Dining Lovers for a celebration of young culinary talent, when 12 global finalists will battle it out in Milan for the title of best young chef in the world - plus, join our first edition of Brain Food forum. See what's on.
Fine Dining Lovers teams up with the Culinary Institute of America, James Beard Foundation and Black Food Folks on the Better Business project to build stronger, more sustainable business practices for the industry.
How to make the food from 'Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy', episode 1 in Naples and the Amalfi coast, from Neapolitan pizza to fried zucchini and spaghetti with lemon delight cake for dessert, here are the recipes.
Ragù is the mother of all Italian sauces and the best-known food from Bologna in Italy. However, ask an Italian how to make ragù and you'll get a different recipe every time. In the first of a series looking into generational recipes, we focus on this most fascinating of Italian sauces.
Episode three of CNN's 'Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy' features Italy's beloved food valley, Emilia Romagna, home to Prosciutto di Parma, Parmigiano Reggiano, ragu alla Bolognese and so much more. Discover the world-famous flavours and recipes from the region.
Italian chefs and pizza makers launch a campaign to keep cooking alive in the city of Milan sharing video recipes online as their restaurants and pizzerias are forced to close during the coronavirus pandemic.