Emilia Romagna is an unbeatable destination. This guide to the Emilia Romagna region offers tips on what to see, do, and eat during your visit.
Restaurants in Fredericksburg are part of Texas hill country’s culinary, cultural and historical treasures.
“Celebrating with panettone is one of the ways Italians bring a sense of joy and love around the table with family and friends,” says Chef Vincenzo Giangiordano, an Abruzzese now cooking at Terza Ristorante in Rochester, Minnesota. “Like so many other Italian traditions, enjoying panettone is a special treasure reserved just for the holiday season,”…
The Israeli Wine Producers Association (IWPA) has launched a “Sip for Solidarity” initiative to raise funds for Israeli relief.
Pinsa is a Roman flatbread with a light, airy crust that is often topped off with many of the same toppings you would find on pizza.
Choosing the best food cities in Italy really depends on where you are and what you like to eat! Here are some iconic foods to consider.
If you love Prosecco, you’ll want to explore the 50-mile Prosecco Wine Road (La Strada del Prosecco) in the Veneto region of Italy.
Wine tasting in Italy is one of the cultural allures of the Bel Paese that drives so many tourists to the country. Each region offers different wines, landscapes, foods, and other historical and cultural attractions.
Chianti Rufina is the smallest, but perhaps most prestigious, of the seven DOCG wine subzones in the Chianti wine region in Tuscany.