/Naples & Campania
13 01, 2011

The Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare

January 13th, 2011|Categories: Food & Wine, Naples & Campania, Restaurants|0 Comments

Photo from BrooklynFare.com While my January 5 dinner at the Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare was in progress, I thought to myself "this is the best meal of the year". Chef Cesar Ramirez's just received two Michelin stars and dinner that night will be the meal to beat in 2011. (more on Scatti di Gusto...)

13 10, 2010

Campotti, New From Pastificio dei Campi

October 13th, 2010|Categories: Carbs, Gastronomic Traditions, Naples & Campania|12 Comments

My friends over at Pastificio dei Campi have recently launched a new type of pasta called the campotto (plural, campotti). The name comes from “Campi” combined with otto, the word for 8 in Italian. In fact, when they are dry, they look like little 8s. When I saw them for the first time […]

16 05, 2010

Where to Eat and Drink in Naples

May 16th, 2010|Categories: Culture, Fish, Food & Wine, Gastronomic Traditions, Naples & Campania, Restaurants, Sweets & Dessert|0 Comments

Lot’s of visitors to Italy skip over Naples, heading straight for the Amalfi Coast, squandering precious culinary opportunities in the process. Naples has one of the best food cultures in the country and its specialties scratch nearly every […]

17 03, 2010

Pastiera Per Pasqua

March 17th, 2010|Categories: Carbs, Culture, Gastronomic Traditions, Naples & Campania, Rome & Lazio, Sweets & Dessert|7 Comments

In honor of the upcoming Easter holiday and one of my favorite cities, I present an alliteratively titled blog post about pastiera napoletana. This classic Napolitan Easter pie is made with ricotta, cooked grain, orange-flower water, vanilla, […]

15 03, 2010

Published in Southern Flourish Magazine

March 15th, 2010|Categories: Basilicata, Culture, Food & Wine, Gastronomic Traditions, Naples & Campania, Puglia, Sicily|0 Comments

Today, the premier issue of Southern Flourish Magazine, a digital publication all about life and culture in the American South, went live. When the editor asked me to contribute a piece about the Italian south, I naturally wrote about eating […]

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