When it comes to ordering food and dining out at restaurants, every country has its own customs and traditions. We’ve collected some of the “rules” for how to order food in Italy that we’ve learned over the course of many trips to different regions. However, you’ll find that these rules aren’t rigidly enforced. That’s because…
Italian food rules are always a generalization but if you want to eat like a local, here are some of the Italian food rules to follow.:
Liguria, Italy, has its own specialty foods and wines that derive from its unique geography, history, culture, and traditions.
What is Italy known for? As we began creating a list of what Italy is known for, we realized that we could only scratch the surface.
Planning a family trip to il Bel Paese? You may be wondering about the legal drinking age in Italy and local drinking customs.
Stocking your pantry with imported Italian gourmet foods and condiments can evoke the tastes of il Bel Paese at home.
The flavors of the Aosta Valley and its artisanal products are showcased on the new food travel series, Le Petit Tour on MHz Choice. Here are some not-to-be-missed regional foods.
If you are a boomer, you may remember grocery store shelves lined with brightly-colored cans of Chef Boyardee or recall the TV advertisements.
You may be wondering whether it is safe to shop at farmers markets during the pandemic. The good news is that most markets have instituted new protocols for shoppers and vendors.