Sheet pan dinners — for Sunday Dinner or Sunday Supper — seem to be “all the vogue.” For this, we used a roasting pan! You’ll enjoy this simple recipe, perfect for a relaxing evening at home. And it’s even better Continue reading Sunday Supper with Fish, Fennel, and Argento Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Our friend Donata Origo, of Chiarentana has provided three heart-healthy, traditional Tuscan recipes for us to share with you. For each recipe she recommends her favorite extra virgin olive oil.
FAIRFAX, Va., Feb. 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Olio2go.com announces a distribution partnership with Il Palagio, the Italian estate owned by musician Sting and his wife, Trudie Styler. Il Palagio extra virgin olive oil is now available at Olio2go.com. Olio2go.com will offer Continue reading Olio2go Now Offering Sting’s Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Il Palagio
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.
Sooner or later, much of the country will be inundated by a storm. At this time of year, snow storms and blizzards reign. Is your pantry ready to make the most of your time at home? Recently, more than Continue reading Prep Your Pantry: Blizzard Ready Foods from Italy
Is it time to celebrate the new olive oil harvest? Is this a good year for celebration? The season is now upon us and it is time to consider the predictions of a year with an overall decline in production of Continue reading Olio2go: Notes on the Harvest, Good and Bad
For a fabulously satisfying dinner, we recommend this Nero di Seppia Spaghetti with a quick tomato sauce and grilled scallops.
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
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