“With each passing generation we lose a part of our Italian culture. We must pass our traditions to our children, we must teach them to make homemade pasta and to cook with love, for our families. To be proud of their nationality and to keep the traditions and memories alive … Take time for Sunday dinner with your family, make food like your grandma did. Tell your children stories, they will be proud to be Italian too … It’s the simplest things that bring the greatest pleasures in life. It’s all about love, food and respect. We show our love through the food we make.”
- The oldest Italian restaurants in the US
The oldest Italian restaurants scattered around the US opened at least a hundred years ago.
Italian-American traditions in the US.
- Celebrating San Martino in Italy
The day of San Martino is a time of change and new beginnings: change of season and the moment where the fruits of the latest harvest start to be enjoyed.
- A day in Venice
A video shot in Venice: the buildings, the canals, the vaporetti and gondole, the crowds.
- Italian American Women
Lives of Italian American women who left a sign.
- Italians in America: from Discrimination to Adoration (or almost)
In the early years of the Italian migratory movement to the US, our compatriots faced enormous levels of racial discrimination, of solitude and of social isolation.
- Transports in Italy
Italy transportation system.
- Pisa Video
Video of Pisa, its famous leaning tower, and Piazza dei Miracoli.
- Florence Video
A video of sightseeing activities in Florence.
- Venice Video (Venezia)
Nice video about Venice and its most interesting places to visit.