The “traditional” Italian diet features lots of starches, oils, red meats, and wine, but it doesn’t seem to stop many Italians living to a ripe old age.
There are a few secrets to taking homemade pizzas from being misshapen oddities to things of beauty. Here’s how to make pizza that’s perfect every time.
No two regional Italian cuisines look quite the same – even the classics can differ. Here are the most important Italian recipes from across the country.
I was lucky enough to spend the first five years of my life in Italy, and what I ate in those formative years has shaped my palate and the way I eat.
Why not let the children have a go at some of these ideas for making bread, pizza and pasta at home when they’re off school?
We all love pizza night because it’s fun; how can you not enjoy spending time together, listening to music, and creating something edible?
Why not put out a whole selection of toppings and rolling pins, give everyone a ball of dough and throw a pizza party?
By Ren Behan Having just spent the week in Emilia Romagna, exploring some of the towns and cities nestled in the heart of the Tuscan-Romagna Apennine Mountains, I can happily say that we enjoyed going out for a pizza or two. Pizza is the perfect family-friendly food. In fact, I’ve yet to meet a person Read the full article…
Leigh Purnell tells us about having her Jamie Oliver Wood Fired Oven delivered after winning a competition on JamieOliver.com.
If you’ve not eaten pizza from a wood-fired oven before, you don’t know what you’re missing – if you have it’s probably one of the best things you’ve eaten.