Food & Wine

How to Have a ‘Sideways’ Visit in Tuscany

The wine that got Sideways's Maya into wine is grown in a single vineyard in southern Tuscany.

Searching for Italy with Stanley Tucci: Locations for Part 2 of Season 2

Stanley Tucci returns with four more episodes of his show Searching for Italy. Season 2, Part 2 episodes on Calabria, Sardinia, Liguria, and Puglia.

Searching for Italy: All the Places Stanley Tucci Went in Season 2

In Season 2 of Searching for Italy, Stanley Tucci visits Veneto, Piedmont, Umbria, London, Calabria, Sardinia, Puglia, and Liguria.

Searching for Italy: All the Places Stanley Tucci Went in Season 1

"Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy" is the perfect cure for wanderlust. Here is a comprehensive guide to all the places he visits in Season 1.

My Roman Diet: How I Ate Pasta Every Day and Still Lost Weight

I lost weight when I lived in Rome without cutting out pasta or wine. Here's is how I structured my days and my diet.

Tuscany’s Wine Windows – An Architectural Curiosity Makes a Comeback

First used during the bubonic plague in the 17th century, Tuscany's wine windows are reopening. Learn more about "buchette del vino" and where to ...

Sardinia‘s Su Filindeu: The Rarest Pasta in the World

Learn more about the Sardinian pasta su filindeu, the rarest pasta in the world.

Porcini Mushrooms: How Italians Ease Into Autumn

Some time between beach season and boot season, porcini mushrooms begin to arrive in the market, at road stands, and on menus. Though they are ...

The Best Things to Eat in Palermo, Sicily

I Can't Believe I Ate All of That On Such a Short Trip

Five Favorite Flavors From Ferrara and Modena

To ring in the New Year, my family and I rented a farmhouse for a few days on the outskirts of Ferrara. Thinking back to the trip, the timing wasn't ...

More Than A Mocha: Turin’s Sweet, Rich Bicerin

The bicerin is an important part of the coffee culture in Torino (Turin). Learn more about the bicerin.

Italy’s First Wine Fountain Opens in Abruzzo — and the Wine is Free

Wine lovers have a fun new reason to make a trip to Abruzzo.

Ancient Greek Temples and Mozzarella di Bufala in Paestum

If you tell a Roman that you are going Paestum for the weekend, invariably he or she will tell you: "Make sure you pick up some mozzarella di ...

Comfort Me With Potatoes: A Tale of Two Tuber Dishes in Italy

The potato is a vegetable that no one really associates with Italy but it features in two dishes that some consider comfort fo

Culinary Tour of Ravenna

Cooking school teacher and chef Angela Schiavina shows off the culinary riches of Ravenna in this "My City" video from The Guardian.

How to Eat Fish in Venice

Eat fish in Venice...but don't touch that lemon!

Five Favorites: Recipes from Rome

Five recipes from Rome that are easy to enjoy anywhere. Eleonora Baldwin shares her favorite Roman recipes.

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