But who stole the 4-foot tomato in the first place? Drunk teens? The mob? A Mack Lamoureux investigation.
Nonna Nerina lives in the village of Palombara Sabina just outside Rome, and while she's sheltering at home making pasta, you can be, too.
Joseph Gannascoli, who played Vito Spatafore in 38 episodes, will prep Italian food for as many as 50 guests and grill you on Sopranos trivia.
The "ravioli starfish" isn't the only sea creature that looks like something you'd find at a red-sauce Italian restaurant.
Don't order cheese on your crab pasta unless you want an Italian chef to tell you to “try Parmesan on cow dung."
Massimo Bottura, the Italian restaurateur and chef-owner of three-Michelin-starred Osteria Francescana, knows a thing or two about homemade pesto.
If you run to your nearest farmer's market, you can snag the last of the heirlooms and gorge like Chef Chris McDade from Brooklyn's Popina.
For the past 10 years, “CIBO” has protested the rise of the far right by painting images of Italian food and produce over the abundance of neo-fascist graffiti around his hometown of Verona.
You can eat whatever you want at the Pezzata di Capracotta, as long as it's mutton or lamb.
One hundred years ago, an avant-garde group set out to transform meals into performance pieces. Were they any good?
We’ve just discovered the Pasta Grannies YouTube channel AND WE ARE IN LOVE.