The View from Italy In the Valpolicella for the MDR – AIPO Olive Oil Conference A view of the Valpolicella Valley. Last week we had the opportunity to participate in the Associazione Interregionale Produttori Olivicoli (AIPO) Conference in Verona. Our Continue reading Perspective→
Burrata is a fresh, creamy semi-soft Italian cheese. Let’s call it a cousin to fresh mozzarella. Burrata’s outer layer is fresh mozzarella, while the inside is creamy. The soft, stringy curd is milky and buttery. Somehow it is both indulgent Continue reading End of Summer Burrata Salad→
Springtime Asparagus, Peas, and Lemon Risotto Risotto is a great base for all kinds of vegetables. The goal is al dente rice and a loose consistency. This risotto makes the most of the favorite spring vegetables: asparagus and peas!
Hey, we’re Italian. We cook with a bit of this and a bit of that. Our recipes are merely guidelines, with lots of flexibility! Baby Stuffed Peppers Breadcrumbs (homemade are best)*, 1 1/2 cups Chopped herbs: parsley with basil and/or Continue reading On the Grill: Baby Stuffed Peppers→
Spend a few hours at Trudie and Sting’s Il Palagio. Together they have created an amazing estate. Simply enchanting. Depart Florence via the A1 toward Rome and in less than 45 minutes, you’ll take the exit for Figline Valdarno. The Continue reading On the Road from Tuscany: Il Palagio→
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→