Most Famous Artwork at the Vatican Planning to visit the Vatican but unsure what famous artwork you should see? Don’t worry, we have run 10s of thousands of Vatican tours which makes us Vatican experts. Here is what we believe is the most famous artwork that you absolutely positively shouldRead More →

Pasta With Asparagus & Parmesan Fonduta Spring in Michigan is always interesting. Last week we had temperatures in the thirties with snow flurries, and this week our temperatures have risen to the eighties. Spring is my favorite season as I love to see my backyard come to life as aRead More →

Most Famous Sculptures at the Vatican Planning to visit the Vatican but unsure what famous artwork you should see? Don’t worry, we are Vatican experts so we have you covered. Here are the most famous paintings that you absolutely positively should not miss when visiting the Vatican. The Most FamousRead More →

Sourdough Focaccia With Kalamata Olives I did a lot of bread baking during the first six months of 2020, and as difficult as last year was, I did learn to bake with sourdough and perfected both my sourdough bread and my sourdough focaccia. I won’t detail making a sourdough starterRead More →

Meyer Lemon Poppy Seed Loaf Late winter, just before spring arrives, Myer lemons arrive in our stores. Myer lemons are a unique variety of citrus that are thought to be a cross between lemons and mandarin oranges. Myer lemons are smoother than regular lemons with a deep yellow skin andRead More →

Spinach Ricotta Cannelloni This delicious Spinach Ricotta Cannelloni is baked in a simple white sauce and sprinkled with grated Parmigiano. It is the perfect special occasion or just because baked pasta dish. So what do Italians serve on Easter? As far as pasta goes, it’s anything from Homemade Crepe Cannelloni,Read More →

Most Famous Paintings at the Vatican Planning to visit the Vatican but unsure what famous artwork you should see? Don’t worry, we are Vatican experts so we have you covered. Here are the most famous paintings that you absolutely positively should not miss when visiting the Vatican The Most FamousRead More →

Colomba di Pasqua {Easter Dove Bread} When I think of Christmas in Italy, I think of Panettone, and this sweet bread formed in the shape of a dove is what you find across Italy at Easter. Although Italians outdo themselves baking regional sweets for every holiday, this traditional sweet breadRead More →

Italian Seafood Pasta Recipe This Italian Seafood Pasta is the perfect combination of your favourite seafood mix, a few fresh grape or cherry tomatoes and spices tossed with spaghetti. Quick and easy, Italian never tasted so good!  With Easter just around the corner, Italians and Catholics around the world doRead More →