Bergamo, Italy • Oven Baked at La Bergamasca

Real pizza is from Naples, half way down the boot. But if you find yourself in the top part of Italy, you don’t need to despair. You can visit my friend Alan and feel safe in his hands. In fact, using his hands and an oven, Alan can basically cook pretty much anything! Giancarlo & Mariella,…

Cecima, Italy • A Farm on Top of the Hill

When we first arrived to this place, a bunch of people were paragliding down the beautiful Piedmontese hills;like eagles flying in the skies, it all looked very peaceful. The farm is on top of a hill, and right next to an observatory. Later on, I learned from a good friend that the place is well…

New York City – True Sicilian Is Hard to Find

You may know what Italian food is in general, but a select few can actually point a finger on what Sicilian cuisine stands for. Having visited Sicily last December, I can give you a quick rundown of what you are looking for: culturally diverse, passionate, fresh, abundant, and rich food. Think of Sicily’s soils, one…

Italy – Como’s Hidden Gem

If you find yourself in the Como Lake area, you will not have trouble eating well. But if you are like us and want to feel at home eating authentic regional Lombardy food, you will have to stop by Patrizia & Massimo. The Car to Farm team arrived on a sunny weekend in July, hungry…

New York City – Enjoy Italian Food, Gluten-Free

If you are celiac or any degree near that on the allergy spectrum, you will feel blessed when you finally run into Senza Gluten. This New York City restaurant not only serves a 100% gluten-free menu, but the whole place is gluten-free itself. There are many things that I personally like about this place: location, menu,…