Orange scented yeast cake bursting with apples, dried fruit and nuts, Pinza is one of the oldest, but still best-loved sweets of the Veneto region. 
Yes, the holidays are over and for many of us January is the month of diets and resolutions, but in Italy it is also a period in which fried treats are enjoyed guilt-free, as Carnevale draws near. So…
In Puglia and Basilicata, ravioli called panzerotti, which means “tummy” in the regional dialect, are irresistible bundles of sweet crisp dough filled with mashed chickpeas and jam.
Cicerchiata takes its name from cicerchie, a small, chick pea-like legume used in Abruzzese cooking that bears a passing resemblance to the pellets of fried dough.

Cookery Schools in Italy

Featured Articles about Food & Wine

What other are saying about Food & Wine

@Mjharrison asks:

Hi, how can I order a hard copy of the magazine?

@Trentino asks:

How to make Pesto with Eggplant?

For those who don't have time to cook every night, a slow cooker is a great tool for making easy meals that yield loads of leftovers: Think soups, stews, and much more. Plus, they're surprisingly affordable and super easy to clean, as most models are dishwasher-safe.