Buoni Amici,On Saturday, February 23rd, Olio2go’s, Luanne Savino O’Loughlin and Italian Products’ Cecilia Ercolino, presented Stocking Your Italian Pantry to over 90 attendees at the Smithsonian Associates in Washington DC. Our session centered on four topics: Balsamic Vinegar, Extra Virgin Continue reading Olio2go at the Smithsonian Associates→
Add sunshine with citrus! You can get this great recipe at ProudItalianCook’s Blog. This salad is fresh and flavorful! Arugula, your favorite citrus, fresh mozzarella and more. Our favorite drizzle? Tenuta di Capezzana Olio Nuovo! The Prosciutto & Persimmon appetizer, on Continue reading Sunny Winter Salads→
It’s after Labor Day. The garden is almost done. But there was a tomato. I got the seeds from Archie about three years ago. He got the tomatoes at the farmers market. The first couple of years the tomatoes I Continue reading Farewell Summer Tomato→
Minestra di Farro Recipe Courtesy of Pamela Sheldon Johns, recipe from her cookbook, Parmigiano! This perfect winter soup becomes buttery and creamy with the simmering of the Parmigiano-Reggiano rind, together with beans and farro.
What does it take to win a top score in Flos Olei 2017? The rankings are based on a comprehensive evaluation and tasting of the olive oils submitted by each farm (and not all are from Italy!). For “The Best” Continue reading Top Scores in Flos Olei 2017→
Lazio, the Region of Rome, is known as Latium in Latin. It is the region of the Etruscans – the founders of Rome and Viterbo. Outside of Rome, the region’s rural economy is dominated by agriculture, including cultivation of wine grapes, Continue reading Lazio, The Region of Rome→
The History of Laudemio in Tuscany. It all began in the winter of 1985 with a terrible freeze that killed thousands upon thousands of olive trees through Tuscany. The losses suffered by many in the region became the focus for Continue reading The History of Laudemio in Tuscany→
On our recent trip to Italy, we met with a range of olive producers. In the town of Montegiovi on the hillside of Monte Amiata, we spent time with Davide Borselli and learned about his artisanal production. Giorgio Franci’s line Continue reading Dievole: the Magic of Chianti Classico→