One of the oldest and most fascinating feast day celebrations in Italy is the Festa of Sant’Agata which takes place from the 3rd to the 5th of February each year.
Ancient Romans believed that for optimal health, one must bathe daily, eat well, exercise frequently, and have massages often. In modern day Italy, Italians continue to hold onto this ancient philosophy of well-being. Here is a list of 5 wellness resorts that you need to check our on your next trip to Italy.
One of the United States’ greatest and oldest Italian enclaves is found in Pennsylvania. The earliest contact between the Philadelphia region and Italy occurred during the 17th century. Philadelphia became a magnet for northern Italian immigrants to British North America, who could profit by connecting the city to ports such as Genoa. Many of these skilled Northern
The world’s largest pasta producer has introduced a new limited edition heart-shaped pasta. The new pasta, with the name “Barilla Love”, is inspired by the brand’s Mezzi Rigatoni.
Hailing from Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, Rossella Rago has become a household name for Italian Americans by popularizing authentic Italian cuisine. She is best known for cooking alongside her maternal grandmother, Nonna Romana. Rossella’s love of food, family and entertainment was her inspiration to launch the show, Cooking with Nonna.
There is one way to have Italy at your fingertips no matter where you are – food, of course. The diversity in Italian cuisine is exciting, captivating and will always keep you coming back for more. If you can’t jump on a plane to Rome or Naples at a moment’s notice to soak up the insatiable flavors of Italy, you can enjoy them at home.
We love our cani (dogs) like members of our own family. Choosing the best breed or rescue dog for your household is an important decision. Here is a secret to picking the perfect pup…make it Italian!