Italian Cooking & Living is a bi-monthly magazine of Italian food and lifestyle rife with fast and easy dishes, tricks and tips, step-by-step recipes, and useful articles on how to appreciate and select foods and wines. It's intended for busy people, who may not have the advanced skills nor the time to cook long homemade meals or shop for hard-to-find ingredients.

Current Issue: October-November 2006

Bites: Read about Tuscany’s culinary wonders and celebrate truffles in more ways than one!

Tricks & Tips: Learn how to create beautiful presentations to showcase the food you prepare.

Minute Meals: Delicious and distinctive dishes in just minutes!

The Origin: The intense history of the Middle Ages is reflected in a legendary recipe for roasted duck.

Primer: Everything you need to know to cook risotto.

Menus: Ready-made menus to make life a little easier.

Regional Recipes: Savor the diverse flavors of Molise, Le Marche, Sardinia, Umbria and Basilicata.

Heirloom: Elena’s Pasta with Artichokes translates to many unforgettable memories of Siena.

Sauces: Flavor your winter dishes with sage.

Cheese: Indulge in the robust and creamy flavor of Gorgonzola.

Entertaining: Welcome winter guests with these tasty and inventive recipes.

San Miniato: Hunting Tuscan Truffles: Discover and enjoy this exquisite Tuscan delicacy.

Sips: Fabulous new products for uncorking, preserving, storing and chilling wine.

Wine of the Month: A round up of this month’s notable wines.

Wine Focus: Amarone: Enjoy the distinctive characteristics of this red wine.

Land of Prosecco: Conegliano-Valdobbiadene: Learn why Prosecco is becoming an international darling.

ICI: Many delicious events at the ICI in October and November!

Chef Interview: Chef Jason Brumm of Radius 10 in Nashville shares the roots of his culinary passion.

Creative Cooking: Colorful salads, luxurious linguine and a delicious recipe for eggs.

Book Review: Discover The Glorious Soups and Stews of Italy.

Q & A: We’ve got the answers to all of your culinary quandaries.

Mangiamo in Italiano: Learn the proper pronunciation and attributes of essential types of pasta, rice and meat.

And much, much more!

The Magazine of La Cucina Italiana