As this Italian saying goes, “Don’t let the farmer know how good cheese and fruit taste together!”

The point is, we’re all a little crazy for the endlessly satisfying combination of salty and sweet, and prosciutto e melone is one of those dishes that strikes the perfect balance.

The peculiarity of these  sweets is that they must be served and enjoyed strictly hot, even in the summer season.

Ramsay’s video recipe and photograph of the gloopy yellow-orange pasta dish has provoked a tidal wave of horrified comments on social media from Italy.

It’s nice, simple cake to celebrate Spring, a moist and dense cake, almost a light version of a cheesecake.

Historically an Easter dessert, this ricotta cheesecake is now eaten all year round throughout Italy and Spain as the household’s go-to quick weeknight dessert if the kids deserve a treat.

A delicious traditional Italian cake, for all special occasions !!

This dish is even nicer the day after it has been made and is delicious warm, cold and at room temperature!

Simple and delicious, tagliata is one of Italy’s most popular steak dishes.

Unlike Bistecca alla Fiorentina, a thick slab T-bone steak served blood rare, tagliata is a boneless piece of grilled beef, served in slices.

Simple flavours – onion and smoked cheese – that combine perfectly for a dish that complements practically all main courses.