It is no joke when I say that Spaghetti alla Puttanesca has a history almost as rich as the dish itself. Supposedly crafted in Southern Italy mid-20th century, the dish’s… [Read More]
As the name may indicate Bolognese originated in Bologna, Italy in the early nineteenth century. This ragu is traditionally made with tomatoes or tomato paste and heavily laden with meat…. [Read More]
Who doesn’t like bacon and eggs? And those of you who do not, please refrain from raising your hands. I believe that you are the minority in this situation. Bacon… [Read More]
Once again, I was in an interminable, unnatural, and indecent bind. I did not enjoy the pain. Soft music played in the background as a soft voice commanded me to… [Read More]
The definition and preparation of a Neapolitan ragù can vary from town to town, house to house, person to person. The Italian word ragù, from the French word ragout, is the… [Read More]
Masciarelli’s reds brim with a cheerful core of red fruit that isn’t overly ponderous and satisfy the neophyte and collector alike with their toothsome deliciousness.
Cantine Moser makes solid wines that show beautiful lilac strains. Check out their Sanzorz bottling.
Teroldego Rotaliano is rightly defined as “the Prince among Trentino wines”, as it fully embodies the character, the generosity and the quality of the oenological resources of the Trentino region…. [Read More]
Pojer & Sandri is a company dates to 1975, when young Fiorentino Sandri inherited a parcel of vineyards at the alpine village of Faedo and with his winemaker friend Mario… [Read More]
The standard bearers of Teroldego are Elisabetta Foradori’s wines. Her wines are also the most widely available of this grape type. Her entry-level Teroldego Vigneti delle Dolomiti is varietally true and… [Read More]