Italian Lifestyle

Italian Lifestyle

agnello alla greca

In Italy, beginning at midnight of 31st of December, people eat lentils, as an augury of money, cotechino or zampone (cooked spicey sausage) for abundance, and fruit, especially grapes, as a symbol of life.

Tracce di vino rosso

Continuing along the Wine Routes. Nutrito Magazine takes you to discover the Ghemme DOCG, in Piemonte.

Melissa Muller

Melissa Muller, a Sicilian-American chef, is someone who takes traditions very seriously. The menu she planned for Christmas Eve is somewhat traditional too


There are comebacks and comebacks on Italian tables: The comeback made by Montebore, the top-of-the-line cheese of Tortona has made a lot of noise

Fratelli Cicciò

We want to talk about Christmas in one of the best pastry shops in southern Italy, the Pasticceria Cicciò in Vibo Valentia.

Mirko Zago

In Moscow at the Syr, Mircko Zago he is letting panettoni rise in preparation of holiday dinners. How do he organises his holiday menu?

Bavarese Vegan

Savoury Bavarian Cream with celery on a potato and carrot puree, crunchy tempeh ‘bacon’ and crystal celery leaves (vegan and gluten-free)

Balsamica L'Acetaia di Elisa e Andrea

A stories takes place in Toano, in the zone of Reggio Emilia: the setting is a ‘small, family-run business’, our protagonist is Andrea Banchio


Italy alone celebrates between 34 and 35 thousand local festivals. Those involved number between two and three million. The man speaking is Adriano Facchini, agronomist, agricultural produce marketing expert

Stefano Masanti

Stefano Masanti è il primo dei quattro chef ‘Marco Polo’ a invitare a tavola i lettori di Nutrito Magazine per gustare uno speciale menu di Natale o di fine anno


Ilaria Guidantoni

The Mediterranean, for its characteristic of being a closed sea, feeds off the lands it touches upon in an intensely intimate relationship, fuelling a correspondence among them as well.