Tagged: Italy

I fell in love with cannoli in Turin, Italy, at the Terra Madre conference a few months ago. The cannoli I bought were fat but small – like half a pencil long – crunchy on...

TURIN, ITALY –  Italy is sensory. It’s a feast for the eyes to take in the ancient architecture in proximity to modern Vespas (Italian motorcycles) buzzing around as a variety of people eat and...

I’m one of those incredibly fortunate people who’ve visted Venice before. The first time was the fall of 1996, on my honeymoon with a guy who didn’t want to ride in a gondola because it was...

More of us are eating at home trying to stretch food budgets to the limits. One of my favorite penny-pinching dinners is a big bowl of polenta. A true comfort food that not only...