True faith is always a work in progress for us, but well worth the positive rewards. After many years of living in my refound faith, I was contacted, just before the holidays last year, by the National Catholic Register which is a news service of the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN), America’s premier Catholic cable network. They wrote an article about me and my journey back to religion.
The Italian Tribune shares my passion for Italy and its cuisine. Please enjoy their article and discover how I combine those passions through Tavola Tours, a boutique travel company based in New Jersey that offers fun culinary and cultural adventures.
Tavola Tours and I are happy to share with you the exciting autumn adventure for our culinary and cultural journey to CALABRIA. Check out the uniquely-designed itinerary.
I highly suggest visiting the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Reggio Calabria to see the magnificent Riace Bronze Warriors.
Like many people I find chocolate hard to resist. Unfortunately though, chocolate is a touchy subject and is often regarded as an indulgent treat because it is mainly associated with weight gain and acne. Americans spend $10 billion annually on chocolate treats. It is not all bad news though; countless studies now show dark chocolate has […]
Check out in the latest issue of Entrepreneurial Chef. Here you can read about my entrepreneurial story along with great advice from many interesting chefs.
Giovanna’s Cafe serves delicious Italian-American food that evokes memories from my childhood. In keeping with that tradition, I will be demonstrating how to make Marinated Rack of Lamb, Asparagus Risotto, and Sauteed Escarole on April 1st, 2017. Please join us.
Menus have become a launching ground of advertisement for local growers and producers. Is the local movement a good thing? Yes, you bet it is! Locally grown and made products are the epitome of freshness. Buying them helps to keep local businesses thriving. But, as a chef I feel menus need not describe every local products point of origin and not feel that you are trapped in a local movement.
Things are heating up this June. We are heading into New York City with the rest of the food world to gear up for the annual Summer Fancy Food Show at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, sponsored by the country of Tunisia.