Bresaola dalla Valtellina IGP
Campanelle with Sautéed Asparagus, Diced Tomato and Basil
Canestrato di Moliterno IGP
Canestrato pugliese DOP
Capocollo di Calabria DOP
Casciotta di Urbino DOP
Cavallucci (o morsetti) di Siena
Cheese Medallions with Asparagus Tips and Quail Eggs
Created by Academia Barilla
Ciliegia di Vignola (MO)
Coppa Piacentina DOP
Coppia ferrarese IGP
Bresaola della Valtellina is salted and slightly aged beef that is can be eaten raw. It is cylindrical in shape, dark red in color with a delicate aroma and moderately ...
Tags: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Meat and sausages, Lombardia
Burrata is a cheese with a fairly recent history. It was first made at the beginning of the 1920s in the area of Andria on the farm of the Bianchini ...
Tags: Spring, Cheese, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Puglia
Caciocavallo podolico is semi-hard, pear-shaped, pasta filata (pulled-curd) cheese. It is made using milk from the big podolica cow breed – an ancient Asian breed that reached Italy during the ...
Tags: Spring, Basilicata, Cheese, Summer, Autumn, Calabria, Campania, Winter, Puglia
You can never go wrong with sautéed asparagus, tomato and fresh basil on Campanelle.
Tags: asparagus, basil, Classic Blue Box, Easy, fresh tomato, Main course, Parmigiano Reggiano Cheese, Spring, 20 minutes, Short shapes, Summer, 10 minutes, 10 minutes
Canestrato is a type of pecorino made in the commune of Moliterno, located at the intersection of Campania, Calabria and Basilicata.
Tags: Spring, Cheese, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Lazio
Canestrato Pugliese is a sheep’s milk cheese with a cylindrical shape and a brownish-yellow rind. The cheese itself is straw-colored, compact, friable and fairly dense.
Capocollo dates back to the time of the colonies of the Magna Graecia, when stuffed pork sausages were introduced to Calabria. Still today, pork and pork products are made throughout ...
Tags: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Calabria, Winter, Meat and sausages
Casciotta di Urbino, from the term “cascio”, is a cheese with an ancient past. It was produced and consumed during the time of the Dukes of Montefeltro, when it was ...
Tags: Spring, Cheese, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Toscana
Castelmagno is a cheese of ancient origin. It has been made since the year 1000 and gets its name from the area in which it is produced. The quality of ...
Tags: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Piemonte
Cavallucci are traditional, rustic biscotti (cookies) that date back to the 16th century when they were frequently given as gifts at special occasions.
Tags: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Sweets and pastries, Toscana
A tasty hot cheese appetizer from Friuli that goes well with eggs or cured meats.
Tags: Anniversary, Appetizer, asparagus, Montasio, quail egg, Spring, Boiled, Medium, 45 minutes, Asking for forgiveness, Grilled, Buffet, 25 minutes, Impress guests, 15 minutes
Ciauscolo is not your average Italian sausage. It has the texture of a paté and is eaten spread on a piece of bread. It is believed to come from the ...
Tags: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Meat and sausages, Marche
Around 150,000 quintals of cherries of 150 different varieties are produced in Italy each year.
Tags: Spring, Emilia Romagna
Coppa Piacentina is produced in the Arda Valley near Piacenza. It is made with a big, round cut of pork that runs from where the shoulder meets the neck to ...
Tags: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Emilia Romagna, Meat and sausages
Coppia Ferrarese is a type of regional bread from Ferrara. According to the Statuta Ferrariae, a communal statue made in 1287, the bread had to have a signature scroll shape ...
Tags: Bread-pasta-rice-flour, Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Emilia Romagna