A big lifestyle adjustment that is definitely worth it! Art history lessons at the Musei Capitolini, visits to popular gelato spots, weekends in Florence, and writing homework on food and travel: here’s a little bit of what I’m expecting as part of the UW Rome in Residence study abroad program.Read More →

Placeholder while loading article actions If you’ve ever put a sauce and pasta together and thought the combination wasn’t quite right, there might be a reason: not all pasta is ideal for all dishes. There are over 300 pasta shapes, so you’ll be forgiven for the occasional misstep. “I getRead More →

Limestone source for Itinerary 7Crimson Mountains Camp for Hot Pizza CampAT miles: 24Total mileage: 1533.3Altitude change: Gain of 5121 feet, loss of 5384 feet As far as track days go, today was busier than most. Not only did I cross another state line, but I also eventually caught up withRead More →

Yoko Isassi, chef of the Japanese cooking class food history in Los Angeles, explained to HuffPost that noodles were historically made by women, and that the stiff dough of udon was extremely laborious to knead by hand in large batches. Kneading with the feet puts the whole body weight onRead More →

(Cassie Blount) Here, Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial kickoff to summer and barbecue season! And I think no matter where you live, we can all agree that the go-to barbecue side dish is pasta salad. Am I right? Not only these pasta salad recipes versatile, they are quite easyRead More →

The chef and baker of Oysterhead Pizza Co. has taken over the popular wood-fired restaurant in downtown Damariscotta. After a month-long closure for an ownership transition, chef Nick Krunkkala and baker Caroline Zeller reopened Oysterhead on April 28, adding breakfast and lunch sandwiches to the menu. The restaurant will nowRead More →

SPECIAL EVENT – Involved in the Philoptochos Society of All Saints Greek Orthodox Church’s “Pasta and Prayers” effort to benefit the Ukrainian War Relief Fund which raised over $5,000 were, front row, from left, Nick Tranto, Pearl Tranto, Violeta Turianyn, Natalia Turianyn, Vasyl Turianyn, Mika Turianyn, John Greco, Sue Greco,Read More →

IT was a huge success for a popular town center restaurant’s charity night, which raised thousands of pounds to help Ukrainians. Alex’s Pasta Bar, located in Carlisle’s Green Market, opened its restaurant on April 28 – every penny of the proceeds will help, not just the profit. Romanian-born owner AlexRead More →

Step into The Treehouse on the Stanford University campus and you might see a disc of dough flying through the air and spinning like a basketball on the finger of World Pizza Champions team member Matt Driscoll. Opening his first brick-and-mortar pizzeria is the latest leg of a pizza-making journeyRead More →

A New York pizzeria accused of underpaying workers for years has been ordered to pay nearly a dozen employees “cheated out of their salaries” $175,000, Attorney General Letitia James announced on Friday. At least 10 workers will receive payment after an investigation by James’ office found Gotham Pizza was paidRead More →

Everyone is talking about Nicolas Cage these days. With the release of his new film The unbearable weight of massive talent, the complicated actor made the rounds in the press, and it gave us a look at the actor like never before. And with that comes a glimpse of herRead More →

Published: April 27, 2022 Modified: April 27, 2022 by Modern Honey · This article may contain affiliate links · 2 comments Break-Up Pasta is a creamy 3 cheese spaghetti recipe made with butter, garlic, cream, broth, Italian cheeses, spices and tossed with spaghetti. This is the best creamy spaghetti recipeRead More →

One thing I plan to try in Rome this summer is cacio e pepe. It’s an authentic Roman pasta dish that only requires three ingredients: pasta, cheese and black pepper. Hence the name, cheese and pepper. How to describe it? Think of it as the Italian version of mac andRead More →

Many local businesses have closed in recent years. Another had done the same in the Utica area, the one you may have frequented in the past. They announced their news via Facebook, Rosato’s Pizzeria and Bakery on Champlin Ave in Utica is no longer in operation as of today, AprilRead More →

Lindsay Davis is Head of Markets at Atomic, a payroll connectivity company that enables consumers to unlock the power of their paycheck through user-authorized access to payroll accounts. Atomic’s APIs provide the infrastructure to connect consumers to their financial data for income and employment verification, direct deposit automation, tax withholdingRead More →

Illustrative photo from open sources Panettone is considered a traditional dish of Italian cuisine, usually prepared for Christmas and spring break. Usually the dough is prepared with a special leaven, so the process is delayed for several days. To shorten the cooking time, yeast is used, which does not changeRead More →

CHARLOTTE (QUEEN CITY NEWS) — You know them for their fresh, authentic food, but now the owners of Pasta & Provisions are hoping you’ll help one of the men responsible for creating their perfect pasta. According to owner Tommy George, their assistant pasta maker Thang Sum broke his neck playingRead More →

Live Oak Elementary School was undergoing extensive construction on campus and to show their appreciation for the school’s cooperation during construction, the Independent Building Inspector surprised students and staff with pizzas for the whole school. Friday, Bill Jameson of Independent Construction Inspection along with Shawn & Alisha Fonder and AminRead More →

Many pizza chains have thrived during COVID-19 shutdowns. With traditional restaurants closed and others charging an arm and a leg for delivery, pizzerias in the United States have seen some of their best numbers thanks to an integrated delivery system already in place. However, this did not turn out toRead More →

Sino-Italian co-production The Italian recipedirected by young Beijing filmmaker Hou Zuxin, will make a fitting world premiere as the opening title of this year’s Far East Film Festival, the pioneering event for Asian cinema held annually in the picturesque city of Udine, in northern Italy. A romantic comedy described byRead More →