Category Archives: Italian

Rome for the Summer—A Guide to What, Where and When to Eat

When I moved to Rome for 6 months of university study last year, I had one thing on my mind, and one thing only. Food. Sure, spending my time engulfed in Italian grammar books, or attempting to infiltrate the university’s

Rome for the Summer—A Guide to What, Where and When to Eat

When I moved to Rome for 6 months of university study last year, I had one thing on my mind, and one thing only. Food. Sure, spending my time engulfed in Italian grammar books, or attempting to infiltrate the university’s

Recipe: Fresh Pappardelle in Tomato, Chilli, Bacon, Parmesan & Herb sauce

Making fresh pasta can be a time consuming process, but it’s well worth the effort and the more you make it, the faster you will get. A little elbow grease gives you flavourful pasta with more bite than the dried supermarket

Recipe: Fresh Pappardelle in Tomato, Chilli, Bacon, Parmesan & Herb sauce

Making fresh pasta can be a time consuming process, but it’s well worth the effort and the more you make it, the faster you will get. A little elbow grease gives you flavourful pasta with more bite than the dried supermarket

Restaurant Review: Greens Restaurant, Didsbury

Watching Simon Rimmer and Tim Lovejoy lark around on Channel 4’s ‘Sunday Brunch’ has become a weekend ritual of mine. Simon always seems to cook up a storm on the show (either that, or the various guests have been practicing

Restaurant Review: Greens Restaurant, Didsbury

Watching Simon Rimmer and Tim Lovejoy lark around on Channel 4’s ‘Sunday Brunch’ has become a weekend ritual of mine. Simon always seems to cook up a storm on the show (either that, or the various guests have been practicing

Bistro Review: WOOD. Wine & Deli, Manchester

Modern wine bar and bistro, WOOD. (formerly Fyg) on Manchester city centre’s trendy Tib Street exudes a warm and welcoming charm. It’s a lovely place to spend an evening, either sharing food with friends and family or sipping wine on

Bistro Review: WOOD. Wine & Deli, Manchester

Modern wine bar and bistro, WOOD. (formerly Fyg) on Manchester city centre’s trendy Tib Street exudes a warm and welcoming charm. It’s a lovely place to spend an evening, either sharing food with friends and family or sipping wine on

Restaurant Review: Da Agnese, Lake Albano

Not only does Ristorante Da Agnese have a superb view over Lake Albano and the encircling hillsides, it is also surrounded by towns famous for their top-quality produce: buffalo mozzarella from Circeo, porchetta from Ariccia and local prosciutto and salumi

Restaurant Review: Da Agnese, Lake Albano

Not only does Ristorante Da Agnese have a superb view over Lake Albano and the encircling hillsides, it is also surrounded by towns famous for their top-quality produce: buffalo mozzarella from Circeo, porchetta from Ariccia and local prosciutto and salumi

See Napoli & Eat: Neapolitan Specialities

From the rich and gritty culture of Napoli have emerged many of Italy’s culinary masterpieces. The city’s coastal location means that is has delicious, fresh seafood on its doorstep. Many of the neighbouring towns of Calabria have offered up delights

See Napoli & Eat: Neapolitan Specialities

From the rich and gritty culture of Napoli have emerged many of Italy’s culinary masterpieces. The city’s coastal location means that is has delicious, fresh seafood on its doorstep. Many of the neighbouring towns of Calabria have offered up delights

Pazza for Pizza in Rome

Pizza is without a doubt one of the worlds most popular Italian foods. The Italian pizza was born in Napoli, where the classic Margherita was invented as a tribute to their queen, using the colours of the national flag. Now,

Pazza for Pizza in Rome

Pizza is without a doubt one of the worlds most popular Italian foods. The Italian pizza was born in Napoli, where the classic Margherita was invented as a tribute to their queen, using the colours of the national flag. Now,