This month: discover Emilia Romagna
The fertile Po River valley is home to many of Italy’s legendary food products.
A classic Italian cheese known throughout the world for its signature flavor and texture.
The history of Prosciutto di Parma dates back to the Roman period.
A complex balance of aromas - sweet and spicy, velvety but acidic - guaranteed by the Consortium of Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena Producers.
Traditional Recipes of Emilia Romagna
Traditionally from the region of Emilia Romagna, this type of fried bread (gnocco fritto) is served with sliced salumi and cheese.
This classic meat sauce from Bologna, famous throughout the world, is best tossed with fresh egg pasta.
The sweetness of pumpkin enclosed in home-made pasta: a refined and particular variant on filled pasta.
A fantastic dish of fresh egg pasta dough with a flavorful filling, tossed in butter and Parmigiano Reggiano.
A classic recipe from the Italian gastronomic legacy.
Piadina is a sort of flat bread, originally from Romagna, where it is usually filled with cheese and cured-meat and folded in two or rolled up and eaten like a sandwich.
Made with prosciutto di Parma and Parmesan cheese, these rich veal cutlets will melt in your mouth.
This meat dish is a symbol of the city of Parma, home of Lambrusco, Parmigiano Reggiano and prosciutto di Parma.
Rice, milk, sugar and candied fruit go into this delicious gluten-free cake from the city of Bologna.
Great served with a cup of coffee or a glass of sweet dessert wine, sbrisolona will win your favor with its crumbly texture and simple, yet irresistible flavor.
Soft and creamy, this ancient Italian dessert will capture all of your senses.