Food lovers go crazy for Italian, where simple dishes, high-quality ingredients and lots of passion rule the table. From pizza and pasta to sauces and sides, these are our favorite ways to cook, savor and enjoy the best of Italian cuisine.
A little something to whet the appetite,antipasti translates to “before the meal.” Begin your feast with these small bites, from simple roasted peppers to Italian salads and crispy bruschetta.
Los Angeles meets Tuscany as Debi Mazar and her hubby Gabriele Corcos share their love of authentic Italian food and of each other in Extra Virgin.
Serve it as a first course—or primo—like the Italians do, or as a satisfying main. Either way, our collection of pastas is perfect for dinner tonight.
You don't have to be an Italian grandmother to cook like one. Kelsey's step-by-step instructions make it easy.
David Rocco shares authentic techniques for making sauces simple and delicious.
Follow Mario Batali as he crosses the U.S. in search of his favorite Italian eats, from stuffed pizza in Chicago and Seattle’s best gelato, to the best Italian subs in Philly.
The stars of the show, secondi—or second courses—are simply-prepared dishes of fish, chicken and meat. Serve them as part of a big meal or on their own.
Giada grew up in a large Italian family where food was always at the center of life. Bring her family’s recipes to yours.
The meal isn’t over in Italy until something sweet, or dolce, hits the tongue. Go simple with fresh fruit and biscotti, or step it up with a rich Italian indulgence.
Gather your family and friends for a multi-course meal, just like they serve in Italy.
Recreate Italian street foods like thin, crispy pizza and pressed panini in your own kitchen with these authentic recipes.
Don’t take our word for it—plan your own trip to Italy and taste the very best! David Rocco shares his list of favorite things to do when in Rome.