"Dolcetto" is a black Italian wine grape variety widely grown in the Piedmont region of Northwest Italy, mostly known as the Monferrato area and close by the city of Alba.The Italian word "Dolcetto" means "the little sweet one", however the name has no reference to the grape’s sugar levels,but it is possible that it derives from the name of the hills where the vine is cultivated. ...more
Well it is Saturday, the weekend is here. Most of us probably have more time on their hands to be spent between ingredients and a busy kitchen, to prepare delicious meals for friends and loved ones. We have a list of recipes we would love to try today, here are few of the ones on the list, not sure yet which will be the winner. ...more
Let's celebrate Father's Day the Italian way! We would love to see how you prepare this traditional recipe and we will love to see you and your family enjoy this traditional delight. Send us the best shots of your creations: #zeppolachallenge March is indeed a time of festivity and feasting in Italy. From celebrating new blooms to weather changes, March is also the time when Italians celebrate St....more
We're an Irish family: Potatoes are in everything, even our cupcakes. I turned leftover garlic mashed potatoes into these bite-sized potato cakes "frosted" with sour cream. We call them paddy cakes.
This is absolutely delicious and perfect for St. Patricks Day.. I promise your kids are going to LOVE this one. No food coloring, no added sugar, nothing artificial.. Just plain wholesome yumminess that is kid approved. The spinach is for Color - You will NOT be able to taste spinach at all.. Only Mint & Chocolate along with a frozen banana that gives a rich creamy texture all while keeping it vegan and dairy free. Makes a yummy breakfast or a delicious guilt-free dessert....more
St. Patrick's Day is tomorrow and I've got a recipe that will make your St. Paddy's Day meal rock this year!This recipe is one of the things I love about St. Patrick's Day, my mom's Irish Soda Bread. It's moist, mildly sweet, and has a sweet, crunchy crust that makes this bread my favorite.And it's so easy to make! It doesn't have any eggs or yeast. So no more waiting and hoping that your bread will rise. You just mix it up, place it in the oven, brush over the glaze, and BAM! A deliciously moist bread with a crunchy crust that will be the star of your St. Patrick's Day meal....more
Before I get into any critiques of what is or isn't Irish food, I'd like to list out my credentials:
I am roughly 65 percent Irish by birth.
I have been forced to listen to Irish folk music from the age of nine because whoever drove got to control the radio.
I attended Irish Fest in Milwaukee unwillingly for at least seven years in a row during my formative years. I've willingly gone back twice as an adult.
My father once gave Tommy Makem an instant Irish oatmeal pack.
I once sang "Danny Boy" at the top of my lungs at an Irish pub in D.C. with Ted Kennedy, who was only 40 feet away from me.
I really like Guinness.