At Cucina Italiana every month is dedicated to an Italian region which we will meet and get to know around a table, with themed dinners, product and wine tastings, and cooking lessons. This is the updated calendar: Saturday 26th May COOKING WORKSHOP – The Italian dessert h 11.00 How to make the delicios Italian dessert...

We decided to dedicate dinners and cooking classes every month to an Italian region and with April we start from Puglia. Puglia can surely now take its place in the first rank of Italy's famous regions. The southern region forming the heel of Italy’s “boot,” is...

Hallo Eindhoven are you ready to taste the real Italian flavors? Cucina Italiana is now on Deliveroo: an out-of-the-ordinary dinner to savor true Italian food.  Just for real food lovers! ...

We are very happy to present our course proposals to introduce you to the marvelous world of the Italian cuisine. Here are all the details!   CALENDAR (from the end of September 2016) English classes: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (19.00 – 22.30) Italian classes: Thursday (19.00 –...

An amazing version of the stuffed pasta: the Piedmontesi Agnolotti del Plin. This recipe uses equal amounts of pork, chicken and rabbit for depth of flavor, but you can tweak the ratios depending on what you have on hand. This dish hearkens back to the...

Gorgonzola is a straw-white, soft cheese with greenish streaks deriving from a process called 'erborinatura' in Italian, that is the creation of moulds. This cheese is creamy and soft, with a peculiar, typical taste. Soft gorgonzola cheese is slightly spicy; spicy gorgonzola, whose curd is more...

In 1888, Friedrich Nietzsche lived in Turin for a few months. There, in addition to studying and writing his masterpiece “Ecce Homo,” he went completely out of his mind. In Turin, he also learned to appreciate good cooking, as evidenced by his letters to his mother...

Appetite sharpens the imagination. How can we enjoy the fruits that are scarce in wintertime, all the way till Christmas? From the Middle Ages on, various ways have been developed to conserve food even before the invention of refrigerators. Nevertheless, I praise the Italians of...

Orecchiette in italian means small ear, because of the shape of this home made pasta typical of Puglia, an amazing region of the South. There are many variations of ingredients used to make this pasta, traditionally it is made simply with a combination of fine...