Truffle & Wild Mushroom Pici
Hand-rolled rustic pici are paired with truffle oil and wild mushrooms for a decadent, plant-based dish that's sure to impress.
Three Reasons Why We Love Brass Pasta Tools
Are brass pasta tools just for looks? Not exactly. While these lustrous utensils are pretty to look at, there are a few practical reasons pasta makers prefer to use them.
Cuccidati: Sicilian Fig Cookies
A Christmas tradition in Sicily, these fig-filled treats are essentially a grown-up version of fig newtons.
Popular throughout Germany, Austria, and Italy's Alto-Adige region, these spiced star-shaped cookies taste just like Christmas.
Tortellini in Brodo
A classic dish from Emilia-Romagna, tortellini in brodo are tiny pockets of pasta filled with a mixture pork and cheese and served in a warm broth.
Delicate, crumbly, and packed full of almond flavor, amaretti morbidi, or "soft amaretti," are Italian cookies that you'll no doubt want to add to your holiday dessert tray.
Bicerin: The Iconic Drink of Turin, Italy
Bicerin is a rich and decadent drink hailing from Turin, Italy. It is served hot in a clear glass so that the layers of hot chocolate, coffee, and lightly whipped cream are visible.
Miniature versions of the sweet Italian Christmas cake called Pandolce Genovese, these cookies are dense, crumbly, and speckled with dried fruit in each bite.
The Peculiar History of the “Pettine” Pasta Comb
The garganelli pasta comb is one of Italy's most unique pasta tools around.
How to Make a Taralli Wreath
Learn how to make a festive, edible taralli wreath made from the popular Italian ring-shaped snack.