Italian Food Myth No.4 – It’s Not A Myth

I'm writing this hot....and hot under the collar, from a trip out to see if MY perceptions of how I envisage the portrayal of Italian food in Britain and the wider world is correct. As I looked back at the four articles I'd written over the last few weeks, I found myself thinking:   "Am … Continue reading Italian Food Myth No.4 – It’s Not A Myth

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Italian Food Myth No. 1: “Dip Thi Bread”, as we say in Yorkshire…but not in Oil and Vinegar. Please.

I was a little unsure where to start this series. "At the beginning is usually best" I hear you yell. Ma non! What I mean is, where IS the beginning of the meal? To the English/American lover/violater of Italian food it would be bread....and oil....and vinegar. To an Italian it would be conversation with the … Continue reading Italian Food Myth No. 1: “Dip Thi Bread”, as we say in Yorkshire…but not in Oil and Vinegar. Please.

Italian Food Myths – A Prelude

Before I launch into this little series  (actually thinking about our propensity for bastardizing Italian food it could be a big series), a thank you to Jane @kouzinacooking for allowing me to pinch her idea from Greek Food Myths. I want to nail my colours to the mast before we start. I'm not a food snob, … Continue reading Italian Food Myths – A Prelude