Here is February’s Monthly Italian food round up of the best media and articles out there!
Its been mighty cold this February; we’ve even been blanketed in snow. All you really need is food that comforts your body and soul. Here are a couple of comfy belters out this month.
I love a soup in the winter and the Tuscan vegetable bread soup, Ribollita is an absolute banger. Here is Anna Jones’s hearty ribollita recipe with winter greens
Rachel Roddy’s recipe for a potato and porcini bake just alludes to amazing Italian home cooking…. as always.
And if you saw earlier this month, I cooked up a Fennel Lamb Stew with Potato cakes A total soul comforter. Something I will be cooking up again very soon it was that good.
And after you have comforted your soul with savoury foody goodness, get naughty and indulge in a little Nutella and try one of these Olive magazines best Nutella recipes
The Italian region of Campania has been popular this month. Delia Marinelli, an 87 year old woman, is one of the original ambassadors of the Mediterranean diet and has recently decided to open her first ever restaurant in a small coastal town, 2 hours from Naples.
Food and Travel Magazine have also written a guide on what to do, stay and eat in 48 hours in Sorrento, Campania
The Telegraph Travel section shares a list of gorgeous unknown islands off the coast Italy for you to explore.
Finally, Olive magazine have done all the hard work for us and put together a guide on how to plan a trip to the beautiful island of Sardinia.
Last month on the Delicious podcast there was a discussion on the production of Parmesan in Italy. Listen to Giorgio Locatelli’s opinion on the matter.
If you have ever wondered the story behind the popular pasta dishes in Italy, Great Italian chefs have put togther a great summary of their history. From the sauce: the stories behind Italy’s famous pasta dishes
A new pasta venture Fat Tony’s is starting a two month pop up at Bar Termini Centrale, on Duke Street, before opening their restaurant in South London. Read about their launch at Hot Dinners Fat Tony’s fresh pasta pops up for two months at Bar Termini Centrale