Italy expresses where my Mom’s from. Throughout my younger self, my mom and grandfather taught me Italian Cuisines. On this page I thought to share valuable information by Tasteatlas showcasing Italian sauces.

Amatriciana

Named after Amatrice, a provincial town in the Sabine Hills northeast of Rome; the iconic Amatriciana sauce is often considered a part of the “holy trinity of Roman pasta” — Read more …

Pesto Genovese

Pesto Genovese is a sauce with origins in the Italian city of Genoa. Traditionally, it consists of basil, garlic, pine nuts, olive oil, and cheeses such as Parmigiano Reggiano or Pecorino. Read more…

Ragù alla Bolognese

Ragù alla Bolognese was invented in the late 18th century by Alberto Alvisi, a chef of Pope Pius VII. Read more…

Next time you head to Italy, asking for Spaghetti Bolganaise they’ll look at you funny and may laugh, knowing you mean Neapolitan ragù . Now you’re aware that Spaghetti Bolognese is not traditional, in the way Italian’s see it, let me introduce you to the quick fusion of North American, most of us are familiar with here.