Broccoli Rabe With Potatoes Cima di Rape con Patate ~ This is one of those easy homey recipes that one imagines that the people out in the farmlands of Italy eat. Rustic, country cooking at it’s best. This vegetable dish is great with grilled sausages, or a nice roasted chickenRead More →

Easter Menu Easter Sunday in an Italian home is a joyous occasion spent with family and friends. Typical of Italian cuisine, most holiday tables are planned around seasonal favorites, and springtime is a wonderful season for doing just that. Artichokes, fava beans, baby peas, and asparagus fill the market standsRead More →

Easter Easter remains one of Italy’s most important yearly celebrations. The post Easter appeared first on Life in Italy. Source: Easter Download article as PDFRead More →

Roasted Garlic Focaccia Focaccia is so easy to make and the potential ways to flavor focaccia are endless. You can use a larger pan and create a crisper, thinner focaccia that is great to snack on or use a smaller pan to create a thicker, softer focaccia that can beRead More →

Pasta Carbonara With Nduja One of my favorite aspects of Italian cuisine is its regional differences. Almost every region in Italy has its own specialties, and although some dishes are shared between adjoining areas, the cuisine from region to region is uniquely different as well. My husband’s father is fromRead More →

Jokes about Italians Everybody knows about  British humor, but Italians have their very own kind of humor, too. See below the jokes about Italians and funny Italian jokes that will make you laugh! You’ll find all jokes in Italian with translation in English. It’s a mix of simple, self-deprecating jokesRead More →