Chicken is the ultimate crowd-pleaser. Check out our favorite Italian-American chicken dishes.
Christmas is the time of traditions—like the Italian-American Feast of the Seven Fishes.
More than merely turkey and stuffing, an Italian-American Thanksgiving brings plenty of pasta and sauce to the table.
Hot and piping from the oven, there’s nothing quite like a delicious pizza with your favorite toppings and pizza sauce.
Pay no attention to the bad reputation—Italian anchovies are a powerhouse ingredient with intense flavors perfect for sauce!
The most tubular of Italian meats, the mighty sausage has been a staple of meal time since it was first stuffed into a casing.
Adding red pepper to classic tomato sauce, Fra Diavolo is known for bringing hot and spicy flavor to Italian cuisine.
National brand loyalty isn’t what it used to be, as a new generation of shoppers seeks quality and value from private labels.
An all-day Sunday sauce needs meat for deeper flavor, and braciole is a delicious option that also happens to bring the family together.
Pasta and sauce were made for each, especially in these classically legendary Italian dishes.
How a rustic seafood stew made the trip from Italy to the shores of America and eventually to the west coast.