“How To Recognize Them” – Italian Dry Cured Hams

Often outside Italy I hear people referring to “Italian prosciutto”, but that definition doesn’t mean much, and it doesn’t guarantee automatically if it’s a good product or not 🙂 there are so many varieties of cured ham in Italy, with different characteristics, that to be appropriate we should talk at the plural, and we have to…

Casoncelli Bresciani (Very Good Italian Filled Pasta)

As you know, in Italy we have countless types of filled pasta, each of them with different names, and often the same type can have different names from province to province or even from village to village sometimes 🙂 Casoncelli are one of those, they are the ones typical of my area of origin 🙂…

Duck Ham (Magret de Canard Séché)

This is a simple preparation to do at home, and it will give you a very good product to taste as appetizer, and if you have guests at home they will be surprised to see it 🙂 All you need is a duck breast, salt and spices 🙂 The duck you need is that kind…