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Join Flavor of Italy each week for a look at Italian food and recipes, Italian culture, travel and history through interviews with Italy's cutting-edge creators, food personalities, locals and anyone else who has a fascinating Italian story to share.

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Eggs in Italy: what you need to know - Episode 112

May 9th, 2022


Eggs in Italy – what you need to know, plus some curiosities about Italian eggs that'll surprise you: why are Italian eggs never refrigerated? Why …

Venice: insider's guide to the best wines + 4 wineries to visit - Episode 111

May 2nd, 2022


If you want to know all about local Venice wines then don't miss this episode!
Like the Venissa winery right in the heart of the Venice Lagoon. Make a day of it: the winery is a special and unique place to visit with a …

The Apollo and Daphne myth reimagined in a contemporary suspenseful debut novel, The Latinist - Episode 110

April 25th, 2022


The Latinist is a modern day reimagining of the Apollo and Daphne myth, a page-turning suspense novel of power, ambition, love and obsession. The …

5 artisanal Italian designers you need to know - Episode 109

April 18th, 2022


Five artisanal Italian designers you need to know: Manfredilab Rome, a shared venue to showcase 5 women Italian designers.

Manfredilab, Rome - where …

Pastiera Napoletana, a traditional Naples Easter cake from the 16th century - Episode 108

April 12th, 2022


Whenever I'm in Naples I make sure to head to a Neapolitan pastry shop so I can pick up some of the very best of Neapolitan pastries like Pastiera …

A brand NEW fresh and crisp organic Lazio white wine - Episode 107

April 3rd, 2022


Jacobini wine is a NEW fresh and crisp organic IGP white wine, produced in the rolling hills of Ariccia just south of Rome in the Lazio region.
The …

Archaeo culinary tours to Italy for a travel twist! - Episode 106

March 28th, 2022


Culinary tours tend to be repetitive so why not add a unique twist to your fabulous food week in Italy? 
Think about this: Italy is tied for the …

Mystery and intrigue in Venice: Tintoretto and the Paradise - episode 105

March 19th, 2022


Mystery and intrigue in Venice are the backdrop for Rob Samborn's debut novel about souls trapped in Tintoretto's Paradise and a Venetian secret …

Real American Bagels in Rome at Beehive Bagels - Episode 104

March 14th, 2022


A "pandemic pivot" born out of necessity turned into a whole new business, Beehive Bagels.
Beehive Bagels delivers real American bagels in Rome and …

The Via Elisa Authentic Italian Pasta company its backstory: from delicious pasta to financial crisis waste management - Episode 103

March 7th, 2022


Elisa's goal was to share authentic Italian pasta with Americans so they could experience delightful and delicious Italian pasta: fresh egg-based …

Anchovies the #1 Umami Bomb + the Top 10 Must-try Anchovy Recipes - Episode 102

February 28th, 2022


Anchovies are the number one umami-rich food and there are all kinds of ways to incorporate anchovies into your recipes – as the protagonist or as an almost imperceptible magic ingredient.
Anchovies are one of the most …

Who rings YOUR bell? Episode 101

February 20th, 2022


In the case of church bells in Rome it's unlikely there's anyone ringing the bells up in the bell tower because almost all Roman churches now have an …

Best 10 Italian food podcasts you must follow in 2022 - Episode 100

February 14th, 2022


This week the Flavor of Italy podcast hit a milestone: 100 episodes! We've been celebrating all week – head to the show notes  to find out how we've been celebrating!
AND a special Thank You to Feedspot for including …

The top guide to the best Lazio wines - episode 99

February 6th, 2022


Lazio is starting to rock as a wine producing region with some wonderful Lazio wine producers doing great things to raise the profile of Lazio wines. …

Cruising the Amalfi Coast with Blue Star Positano - Episode 98

January 31st, 2022


I'm an Italian coast and island person and I loved chatting with Elisabeth, Blue Star Positano owner about their private boat tours, daylong cruises and boat rentals that offer unforgettable Amalfi coast experiences.

Cooking and traveling with Ursula Ferrigno - Episode 97

January 22nd, 2022


Cooking and traveling with Ursula Ferrigno: Italian culinary educator, cookbook author and leader of occasional small group tours to Italy.
Ursula’s …

Pamela Sheldon Johns: cookbooks, food itineraries, Tuscan accommodation and delicious organic olive oil - episode 96

January 18th, 2022


Pamela Sheldon Johns - travel itineraries, Tuscan accommodation, organic olive oil and cookbooks.
Pamela and her husband Johnny own and run Poggio …

Food historian and cookbook author Francine Segan - Episode 95

January 11th, 2022


Listen to today's fascinating chat with food historian and cookbook author Francine Segan: she's written six cookbooks and lectures worldwide on Italian food topics.
Mario Batali says that "food historian and author …

Is Venice disappearing? Probably yes. - Episode 94

January 2nd, 2022


The Flavor of Venice is cicchetti and an ombra (small glass of wine), chocolate & coffee tastings, Murano glass, Burano lace and color, gondolas.

The Joy of Fly Fishing in Italy - Episode 93

December 28th, 2021


Until I came upon Kenneth R. Rosen's article, the Joy of Casting in Italian Waters, I'd never associated the pleasure of fly fishing with Italy. It turns out that fly fishing is indeed a passion throughout Italy and …

Baj Panettone - made with 100 year old mother yeast - Episode 92

December 21st, 2021


The historic holiday Baj Panettone is made with a 100 year old mother yeast. Cesare Baj, the 7th generation owner of the Baj Panettone company, …

Italian Holiday Wines 2021 - Episode 91

December 13th, 2021


The chat today about holiday wines for 2021 with my go to sommelier Cynthia Chaplin delves into lots of wonderful wines, many new to me.
In this blog …

Cookbooks for Holiday Gifts and for your own Cookbook Collection - Episode 90

December 5th, 2021


Cookbooks make great holiday gifts and here's a round up of some to choose from, most of them with an Italian twist. If you're interested in building …

Black Friday Holiday Shopping, and my Number 1 Thanksgiving Turkey Pro Tip - Episode 88

November 21st, 2021


It's holiday gift guide time once again, just in time for Black Friday. If you subscribe to my newsletter you’ve already received my holiday gift …

Liguria by Laurel Evans, the best NEW cookbook in 2021 - Episode 89

November 19th, 2021


What I love to see in a cookbook are stories that give context and history to the recipes, great photographs that help tell the recipe stories, and …

American Academy the Rome Sustainable Food Program - Episode 87

November 14th, 2021


The Rome Sustainable Food Program (RSFP) at the American Academy prepares community style daily meals for the fellows and also maintains a rich organic garden and orchard. Head chef Kyle Pierce and I chatted about the …

Guido Ucelli: scientist, inventor and Italian Resistance partisan - Episode 86

November 8th, 2021


Most people think of Italy in terms of fashion, fabulous travel destinations and outstanding food but technological and scientific innovators, …

Roast Pig is the NEW Roast Turkey this Thanksgiving - Episode 85

November 1st, 2021


It's time to make the leap in 2021 for a Thanksgiving and holiday menu change: choose Roast Pig as the NEW Roast Turkey this year, and give your menu …

Culinary Walking Tour of Rome with Andrew Cotto, author and NYT food and travel writer - Episode 84

October 25th, 2021


The Flavor of Italy Culinary Walking Tour of Rome is the number one way to take a deep dive into the very best of Roman cuisine.
Today Andrew Cotto, …

Sicilian Food the Monsù Cuisine - Episode 83

October 18th, 2021


Sicilian travel designer Angela Macaluso shared the history of the monsù cuisine in Sicily. It dates back to the 17th century when French nobility traveled to Sicily, along with their chefs (the monsù), who created a …

Calabrian Citrons: the world's most ancient and aromatic citrus fruit - episode 82

October 10th, 2021


Citrons, the most ancient and aromatic citrus fruit, first came to Italy in 200 BC. It has almost no juice but the perfume and aroma of the peel and …

The annual Peperoncino Festival in Diamante, Calabria - Episode 81

October 4th, 2021


The annual Peperoncino Festival in Diamante, Calabria is a celebration of the local hot chili pepper, the Diavolicchio Diamante.
Calabrian tour guide …

Artisanal organic cheese at the Alba Farm in Molise - Episode 80

September 27th, 2021


Artisanal organic cheese made at the Alba Farm in the hinterland of the tiny Molise region is outstanding and a visit to the Alba Farm to sample …

Dante and the 700 year old Alighieri Wine Estate - Episode 79

September 21st, 2021


At the Dante Alighieri Verona-based wine estate, Possessione Casal dei Ronchi, the Alighieri's have been making excellent Valpolicello and Amarone …

19th Century Trailblazing Women in Italy - Episode 78

September 14th, 2021


What do you actually know about women in Italy who have done extraordinary things over the centuries, and in many different fields? Now's your chance to learn about two trailblazing women in 19th century Italy: Italian …

Spannocchia: an exquisite 13th century estate in Tuscany - Episode 77

September 6th, 2021


If you're looking for a spectacular holiday at a breathtaking estate in Tuscany with outstanding food and wine just a short drive to both Siena and …

10 must-try Sandwiches and Panini in Italy - Episode 76

August 28th, 2021


Don't leave Italy without trying these delicious iconic Italian sandwiches and panini. My top ten you have to try before you leave Italy!!
Today we also chat about some other great sandwiches and panini worldwide, …

The intriguing history of Palazzo Farrattini and Amelia, Umbria - Episode 75

August 24th, 2021


Three books by Ettore Farrattini go hand-in-hand to represent his family history, and the history of Palazzo Farrattini and Amelia.
And this history also extends to Rome: did you know that the Piazza di Spagna used to …

Leonardo da Vinci's Winery - Episode 74

August 16th, 2021


Leonardo da Vinci's Vineyard & his Malvasia di Candia Aromatica Wines: the "wine" side of the genius. He invented the corkscrew, the spit, and …

15 tips for perfect food and travel photos - Episode 73

August 10th, 2021


For perfect food and travel photos you can't go wrong if you follow these 15 simple tips shared by professional food photographer, Terri Salminen.

Deruta Hand-painted Pottery Ceramics - Episode 72

July 24th, 2021


Deruta hand-painted ceramics and pottery began as far back as the Renaissance and for the past four generations Giovanni Baiano and his family have been a key part of this local artisanal industry. Giovanni's wife, …

Summer Pasta Recipes - Episode 71

July 17th, 2021


Great summer pasta recipes for delicious and easy summer entertaining or family meals: the top 20 summer pastas from Italian food influencers @mangiawithmichele and @flavorofitaly.

Rome's Trevi Fountain Neighborhood - Episode 70

July 11th, 2021


Ditch your Rome bucket list and explore Rome by neighborhood instead, starting with the amazing Trevi Fountain neighborhood. You always think Trevi Fountain when you're in this area and then you head to other major …

Best Summer Dessert Recipes of 2021 - La Vita è Dolce - Episode 69

July 3rd, 2021


For the best summer desserts of 2021 look no further than Letitia Clark's new book, La Vita è Dolce (Life Is Sweet). Letitia wrote the book during …

The OTHER side of the Vatican Saint Peter Square: the Cavalleggeri neighborhood - Episode 68

June 29th, 2021


Don't miss out on Rome neighborhoods like the Cavalleggeri: it's just on the other side of the Vatican & St. Peter's Square & half the price!

9 tips for eating vegan in Italy - Episode 67

June 20th, 2021


Eating and traveling vegan in Italy: the top 9 tips for joyful vegan eating in Italy to make your Italian food experience amazing! 
Listen to today's …

Rimessa Roscioli Wine Food Experiences in Rome - Episode 66

June 13th, 2021


Rimessa Roscioli Wine & Food Experiences in Rome: the most recent delicious addition to the four Roscioli food venues in Rome that opened just a …

Violinist Robert McDuffie and his Guarneri del Gesù violin - Episode 65

June 8th, 2021


If you want to experience great music in Rome check out violinist Robert McDuffie (Bobby), his rare Guarneri Gesù violin & the Rome Chamber Music …

The Food of Calabria and Rosetta Costantino - Episode 64

May 31st, 2021


If you’re looking for recipes that reflect the wonderful food of Calabria then the book for you is Rosetta Costantino‘s My Calabria. Think amazing …

Travel to Italy opens up finally! Time to learn Italian - Episode 63

May 24th, 2021


Everyone has missed travel to Italy this past year and a half and  lots of you want to take a deeper dive into Italy and the Italian culture than you …

Italian Hand-painted Ceramics - Episode 62

May 15th, 2021


The top 5 places in Italy to buy gorgeous hand-painted Italian ceramics: towns that are a MUST to visit, in five different Italian regions. Learn about what makes each of these towns unique, and the regional items …

Black Gold of Modena: DOP Balsamic Vinegar - Episode 61

May 5th, 2021


If you’d like to experience DOP balsamic vinegar, known as the black gold of Modena, there’s no better way than to take a deep dive into one of the …

Piedmont Wines - Episode 60

May 1st, 2021


Piedmont is a remarkable wine region and produces more DOCG wines than any other Italian region, including the three outstanding lesser known reds …

Vatican Museum Art Access for Blind Deaf Visitors - Episode 59

April 22nd, 2021


Many may think that art access to the wonders of the Vatican Museums from the paintings to the sculptures and the gardens can only be enjoyed by …

Discover Sardinian Food: Letitia Ann Clark's Sardinia-inspired cookbook, Bitter Honey - Episode 58

April 17th, 2021


Discover Sardinian food: Letitia Ann Clark, gifted painter & illustrator, & author of the acclaimed Sardegna-inspired cookbook, Bitter Honey.

Cookbook author Domenica Marchetti Abruzzo Food – Episode 57

April 12th, 2021


Cookbook author Domenica Marchetti is all about Abruzzo food, her Abruzzese heritage and her cookbooks, classes and food tours to Italy.
Domenica is an Italian American with 100% Italian blood lines that trace back to …

Andrea Smith: still-life paintings of Rome's market produce - Episode 56

April 2nd, 2021


Andrea Smith's still-life paintings feature wonderful seasonal vegetables like artichokes & fava beans for Vignarola.
When I came across her …

A Chat with Tina Prestia: 3 Emilia Romagna regional recipes + Classic vs Tweaked recipes + Ideas for your Easter table - Episode 55

March 29th, 2021


In this Flavor of Italy Podcast episode Tina Prestia and I chatted about three classic Emilia Romagna regional recipes, Classic vs Tweaked recipes …

Interview with Teri Turner- No Crumbs Left - Episode 54

March 19th, 2021


Listen to this deep dive interview with food and lifestyle blogger Teri Turner of No Crumbs Left, and the secret sauce of her success. Photos and links in the show notes at

Author Andrew Cotto Italian Food, and his latest book: Cucina Romana - Episode 53

March 14th, 2021


The driving force behind everything author Andrew Cotto writes is food, and almost exclusively Italian food. This week Andrew and I chat about his latest book, Cucina Romana, plus lots of other things Andrew has written.

A Food Guide to Italy's Le Marche Region - Episode 52

March 7th, 2021


Last week James Martin and I chatted about our travels through the Le Marche region and in today’s episode we share the best of the region’s food and local recipes.
The region has a long Adriatic coastline and inland …

The Best Things to Do in Italy's Le Marche Region - Episode 51

March 1st, 2021


Le Marche is one of Italy's top regions where you can still experience the "real" and genuine Italy: its gastronomy, exquisite Adriatic coastline and mountainous areas all filled with monasteries, caves and artisans at …

Puglia Stories - Episode 50

February 17th, 2021


Holly Grabow has been charming me for years with her delightful Puglia Stories mostly centered around the ordinary life of her wonderful in-laws. …

The Valtènesi in the Lake Garda wine region and some unusual local grapes - Episode 49

February 16th, 2021


Time to explore the often overlooked Valtènesi in the Lake Garda wine region, the Conti Thun Winery and two unusual local grapes: groppello and marzemino. Sommelier Cynthia Chaplin takes us to this amazing wine region …

Six surprising Trevi Fountain facts you didn't know - Episode 48

February 5th, 2021


I don’t think there’s a single visitor to Rome who doesn’t have the Trevi Fountain on their bucket list, and yet there are six surprising facts about the Trevi Fountain you’ve never heard before. In today’s podcast …

Chewing the Fat - Part 2 - Episode 47

January 29th, 2021


The lure of the Mediterranean Diet: what is it, where did the expression come from and how does Italy fit in - or not? This is one of the topics we cover in Part 2 of Chewing the Fat. 
Be sure to catch Part 1 and head to …

Chewing the Fat - Episode 46

January 25th, 2021


In this episode, the first of two parts, I chat with Karima Moyer-Nocchi, author of Chewing the Fat, an Oral History of Italian Foodways from Fascism …

Umami in Italian Cuisine - Episode 45

January 18th, 2021


Although umami is most frequently associated with Asian cultures and foods some of the most umami rich foods in the world are inherent in Italian …

Italian Buffalo Mozzarella, the Pearl of the Table - Episode 44

January 11th, 2021


Deep dive into Italian Buffalo Mozzarella:
Delicious milky and soft buffalo mozzarella cheese is made from Italian water buffalo milk (not to be confused with the North American concept of a buffalo which is actually a …

Cristina Bowerman, Michelin Star Chef Glass Hosteria Rome, Part 2 - Episode 43

January 2nd, 2021


My conversation with Cristina Bowerman, the Michelin star chef from Glass Hosteria in Rome, is divided into two podcast episodes. In part 1, Episode 42, Cristina and I chatted about her background, what brought her to …

Cristina Bowerman, Michelin Star Chef at Rome's Glass Hosteria - Episode 42

December 29th, 2020


Cristina Bowerman, the Michelin star chef from Glass Hosteria in Rome, marries her rich culinary heritage from her growing up years in Puglia with …

Rimessa Roscioli and the Wine Club - Episode 41

December 20th, 2020


If you’re looking for a wonderful place to eat in Rome that has incredible and unique wines with a vast cellar, plus its very own bespoke Wine Club …

Traditional Italian Christmas Cookies and Holiday Desserts - Episode 40

December 12th, 2020


Holiday baking is one of the cornerstones of the holiday season and many of us have recipes for traditional Italian Christmas cookies and desserts …

Holiday Gift Guide for the Chef Passionate Home Cook - Episode 39

December 7th, 2020


It’s holiday gift giving time and I’ve got you covered with tons of great suggestions! I reached out to chefs, culinary professionals and passionate …

Soupified: Ditch the Dish and Embrace the Bowl - Episode 38

November 29th, 2020


When winter rolls around most of us are heavily into soups; and we often wish that all our favorite dishes were just a soup.
Michele Di Pietro in her …

Best Traditional Dishes in Genoa - Episode 37

November 22nd, 2020


If you’d like to sample some of Italy’s tastiest foods then make sure you try these 9 traditional dishes from Genoa.
Genoa, in the Liguria region, is …

Italian Balsamic Vinegar - the real deal - Episode 36

November 15th, 2020


One of the favorite and most used condiments in Italy and abroad is Italian balsamic vinegar. It’s used to dress salads, as an ingredient in many dishes and to drizzle on top of foods like strawberries and Parmesan …

Thanksgiving Celebration in the Covid Era - Episode 35

November 9th, 2020


Guess what? Your Thanksgiving celebration will be just as wonderful this year but you’ll need to make some menu changes, and adapt how you gather. …

Italian Olive Harvest - Episode 34

November 2nd, 2020


When you conjure up the Mediterranean diet in your mind the first thing that probably comes to you is olive oil, and quite likely Italian olive oil. …

Vios Cooking - Exclusive Rome Cooking Class Experiences - Episode 33

October 25th, 2020


Noblewoman Violante Guerrieri Gonzaga offers exclusive rooftop cooking class experiences in a historic family palazzo in the center of Rome with …

Luxury Italian Shoe Designer Alessio Spinelli - Episode 32

October 19th, 2020


When people think of Italy what comes to mind is fabulous art, monuments, amazing food and beautiful designer luxury goods – especially Italian …

A Look at the Italian Saffron Harvest - Episode 30

October 1st, 2020


Italian saffron cultivation is prolific in a number of areas in Italy like the Abruzzi and Sardegna, and now it’s expanded into Sicily, San Gimignano …

Hidden Towns and Perched Villages in Liguria - Episode 29

September 28th, 2020


Explore the dozens upon dozens of hidden towns and perched villages in the coastal region of Liguria in northern Italy, along with its rich history, cuisine, natural beauty and breathtaking views. There are a few ways …

The Rome Opera House (Teatro dell'Opera di Roma) - Episode 27

September 14th, 2020


The Rome Opera House is fast becoming the cultural pride of the City of Rome. It's full of fascinating and rich historical facts and oddities so …

Flavors of the Liguria Region – its Best Food and Wine - Episode 26

September 4th, 2020


Today we dig deep into the Liguria region's fabulous food and wine!

Right up at the top of Italy along the coastline as Italy curves left above the …

Molise Region Food Wine Guide and the 5 Foods you must try - Episode 25

September 1st, 2020


The Molise region, although very small, has a culinary heritage all its own and there are five foods you absolutely must try. Lori DeSanctis was my …

Roundup of Favorite Easy Summer Recipes – Episode 24

August 25th, 2020


We’re just about ready to head into September so it’s time to share a Roundup of Favorite Easy Summer Recipes that you can hang on to and use once …

The Best of Sardinia (Sardegna) – Episode 23

August 18th, 2020


Sardinia is one of Italy’s two largest islands and it’s nothing other than magical. Its history dates back not centuries but millennia and its rich …

The Best Palermo Street Food...and More - Episode 22

August 11th, 2020


When people visit Sicily they often fly into Palermo and use that as a starting point for their travels throughout this fabulous island. But if you …

Perfect homemade pasta and the Ultimate Pasta Machine Cookbook - Episode 21

August 4th, 2020


If you’re interested in making perfect and easy homemade pasta then the Ultimate Pasta Machine Cookbook is a must for you. It’s a great book that not …

Italian extra-virgin olive oil - 2020 Gambero Rosso Guide, plus an award-winning producer in Puglia - Episode 20

July 28th, 2020


If you love Italian extra-virgin olive oil then don't miss this chat with the owners of the generations old award-winning Erredi Perrone organic …

Pasta Art and Origami - Episode 19

July 21st, 2020


Traditional Italian pasta becomes an edible art form in the hands of Laurie de Filippi from Baltimore Home Cook as she creates her pasta art and …

Best Beaches Surf Spots in Italy - Episode 18

July 14th, 2020


If you want to learn about the best beaches and surf spots in Italy then don’t miss this episode. I chatted with Steve Brenner, co-owner of The Beehive in Rome, and surfer who describes himself as a surfer who never …

The Magic of Pasta Grannies: a Chat with Creator Vicky Bennison – Episode 17

July 7th, 2020


Don’t miss this wonderful chat with Vicky Bennison, owner and creator of Pasta Grannies. Her videos of octogenarian (and older) Italian women making …

Not-To-Be-Missed Hidden Gems of Alghero, Sardinia - Episode 16

June 30th, 2020


If you visit Alghero on the northwest coast of the island of Sardinia you can count on amazing hidden gems: archaeological remains dating back 6,000 …

Molise, Italy's Magical Secret Region - Episode 15

June 23rd, 2020


Molise, Italy's Magical Secret Region, despite its tiny size is not short on culture, history and rich cuisine. Find out more on today's podcast …

Eating Your Way through Sicily - Episode 14

June 16th, 2020


Sicily is a haven of art and architecture, millennia old monuments and incredible history and food, and Eating Your Way through Sicily is a divine …

A Chat with the 6th Generation Owner of the Oldest Modica Chocolate Company in Sicily - Episode 13

June 9th, 2020


In today’s podcast episode I chatted with Pierpaolo Ruta, the sixth generation owner of the oldest Modica chocolate company in Sicily, L’Antica …

How Italy Protects its Food and Wine - Episode 12

June 2nd, 2020


What are all the Italian food and wine acronyms and classifications, what do they all mean and why do they matter anyhow? They are all part of how Italy protects its food and wine. 

In today’s podcast episode Michele Di …

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