How to make Porchetta like a World Champion You’ll have to hear the irresistible crunch to believe it. I paid a visit to the award-winning king of Porchetta, Raffaele Venditti of Venditti Food. To reveal the best Porchetta recipe and share just how they do in Italy. In this video, Raffaele breaks down exactly …
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You’ve probably heard of chicken cacciatora (or more likely you’ve seen it as “cacciatore”). But, what does it mean? Thought to have originated during the Italian Renaissance, it literally translates as “hunter’s chicken,” as wild herbs, plants, and mushrooms were tossed in the pan along with the catch of the day. It’s a typical recipe popular in Italian cooking and can be prepared in multiple ways. We love it because not only is it easy to prepare, it is full of flavor. Make sure to have your scarpetta, or bread slice, ready – you’re going to want to mop up every last drop!
I want to share my amazing experience at a place in Abruzzo called Ristoro Mucciante which basically means a refreshment stop and Mucciante is the surname of the owners. The translation of this is funny for me…because it is so much more than a refreshment. For me, this place is the ultimate dining experience…in the middle of the mountain!
Grilling on Charcoal Hi Food Lovers! I am very excited to present this Vincenzo’s Plate brand new series, “COOKING WITH CHARCOAL”, created with BBQ expert Nick Angelucci from BBQ Aroma. Did you know that grilling on charcoal makes the meat taste incredible? You don’t get the same flavour experience on any other type of BBQ. …
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