Check out the latest posts and recipes from the Italian Reflections Food Bloggers including: Aglio, Olio e Peperoncino, Aroma Cucina, Cosa Bolle in Pentola, Delicious Italy, Ecco La Cucina, GT Food & Travel, Italian Food Forever, Katie Parla, La Tavola Marche, Lucullian Delights, Madonna del Piatto, Over a Tuscan Stove, Parla Food and Patience.
Aglio, Olio e Peperoncino is written by Eleonora Baldwin, an American born and Italian raised, global citizen. A food and travel writer, journalist, blogger, and wanderlust addict based in Rome, she divides her time between writing food and lifestyle stories, guiding foodie adventures, and designing culinary vacations in Italy.
Every Wednesday, my CSA delivers a box with bushels of asparagus, artich…
Aroma Cucina is the blog of Judith Klinger, a home cook, private chef, cooking instructor, writer, food blogger, photographer. Judith is also the author of the recently released CookVook, Cooking Simply the Italian Way.
Being a part of the community of our del Verz…
Cosa Bolle in Pentola is the blog of Kyle Phillips who began writing about Italian food, wine, and travel a number of years ago, drifting into the field (as most do) by chance. As Kyle says: “Today I’m still at it. I hope you like what you find. It’s a vast subject, much vaster than I realized when I started out, and we have many more things to discover.”
Philip Curnow’s Delicious Italy food and travel guide has been helping independent travelers discover the unique gastronomy, culture and history of the Italian regions for more than a decade.
Ecco La Cucina is Chef Gina Stipo‘s blog. Gina is an Italian-American, whose enthusiasm for the cuisine and wines of Tuscany inspired her to make Siena the base from which to pursue her culinary passions.
Gina Tringali‘s blog at GT Food and Travel is where she writes with passion about the people, places and regional cuisine of Italy. She travels across Italy meeting artisan food experts, wine producers and chefs. Uncovering wine & culinary history, traditional & creative food recipes and emerging food trends is an endless adventure!
Italian Food Forever is the website of Deborah Mele. Her love affair with Italian cooking began almost 40 years ago when she married into a large Italian family, overflowing with talented cooks.
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Jason and Ashley Bartner‘s blog, La Tavola Marche, is all about local seasonal Italian recipes, organic gardening, food festivals & markets, day trips in Le Marche, Tuscany, Umbria & beyond!
Lucullian Delights is written by Ilva Beretta, a professional food photographer who changed profession completely because of food blogging. She lives in Tuscany with her Italian husband and three children in a tiny village.
Right now it feels like I’m either posting about postings to come, photos from travels or Bread Baking Babes’ bread. I don’t know why I wrote ‘feels like’ when i…
Madonna del Piatto is Letizia Mattiacci‘s blog about Italian family food. Letizia lives in Umbria, high up on the hills near Assisi, in a beautiful medieval town with husband Ruurd where she runs a B&B and cooking school.
Over a Tuscan Stove is a blog written by Judy Witts Francini where she shares a little of her Tuscan life with you. She adores shopping the markets and being inspired to cook with local seasonal food and meeting the people that actually grow the food she cooks and uses in her cooking classes.
We will combine photography lessons from Nancy with my food and wine connections, touring small towns…
Parla Food is Katie Parla‘s personal blog where she gets to take a break from her day job of giving tours and writing for others to write about whatever she wants, mostly about food issues facing diners in Rome and in Italy.
Denise Soto Ferreira writes the Patience blog. As Denise says: “With 100% Portuguese blood running through my veins with an African heart. Born in Moçambique, growing up in Cape Town (South Africa) and then travelling to London I now find myself living in Milan (Italy) with my Italian husband and our naughty red-haired cat.”
There’s nothing better than waking up late on a Sunday morning and having a latish brunch.
Even though it has been raining for days, especially last night, I woke…