Professional bakeries began appearing in Italy around the 2nd century BC. Schools were put in place to teach technique to aspiring bakers. While Italian desserts today feature many unique ingredients,… [Read More]
Dolphin, whose meat is usually cut into strips and dried, served as an antipasto in Liguria.
Sweet; dolci cover pastries, cakes and other sweets of the Dolce course , or dessert.
“Lion’s teeth.” Dandelion greens, boiled or used in salads.
A Turinese rum-soaked chocolate cake with biscuits and almonds.
West Mediterranean sea bream or red snapper, a fleshy fish best broiled, grilled or roasted.
“Sweet milk.” A soft blue-veined cheese similar to Gorgonzola.
A general term for any small sweet cakes and cookies.
“Devil’s style,” referring to hot seasoning or cooking over red hot coals, as with grilled chicken called pollo alla diavola.