Considered by many as the king of the sea, swordfish has been the star of recipes all over the world for centuries thanks to its tasty and nutrient-dense flesh.
The octopus is the most renown cephalopod mollusc and, despite its unique taste and texture, it is one of the most consumed seafood.
Salmon is amongst the most renowned and appreciated fish in the world and its tasty, firm and tender flesh has made it the main ingredient of many recipes by gourmets and Michelin-starred chefs.
Many of our traditional meat-based recipes feature less noble cuts of meat, which still allow you to prepare extremely tasty and nutrient-rich dishes.
Smooth, firm and marbled with white fat, pork meat is a delicious and healthy food which has been part of human nutrition for thousands of years: according to historical sources, the first domestication of livestock dates back to the Neolithic period.
Many consider shrimps the fifth essence of cooking: the nice appearance and sweet, delicate taste make them the star of restaurant menus all over the world.
The squid is a whitish and high-quality mollusc, which can be easily prepared in many different ways and always be satisfying to the palate. It is for this very reason that it has appeared in lots of menus of Michelin-starred restaurants in recent years.
A sweet and fragrant golden cream, a mixture of tradition and simplicity which has made it one of the most popular and most appreciated Italian desserts all over the world: the zabaglione.
Maintaining all of the properties of food, preserving colour and enhancing flavour and fragrance. This is the challenge that cooks, chefs and restaurateurs face every day when preparing a meal or a gourmet recipe.
Native to South America, it is one of the most anciently cultivated plants. We are talking about the pumpkin, the autumn vegetable par excellence, one of the main ingredients of folk cuisine, which has over time gained a very important place in the best restaurants of the world, thanks to its sweet taste, delicate aroma, […]