A Lasagna in Tofuland: An Italian-American girl from New Jersey finds herself in L.A. with her goombahness intact. Recipes, stories. Great style.
Bleedingespresso: An American from Pennsylvania moves to her ancestral village in Calabria and falls in love with Southern Italy. Great seasonal recipes. Lots of atmosphere.
Briciole: A woman from Perugia blogs about the origins of Italian words that are related to food. A great place to go for Italian food history and recipes, and it’s written in English.
BuonItalia: A good source for salt-packed Sicilian capers and anchovies, regional oils, Setaro artisanal pastas from Naples, and other fine Italian specialty items.
City Harvest: Collecting unused food from New York restaurants and stores to donate to the hungry.
Carolegbert: This Vermont blogger will soon be posting food blogs from the beautiful city of Ortigia, Sicily, so all you Sicilian food fans, please check her out.
De-Vino Wine Boutique: Gabrio Tosti di Valminuta knows his wines from all over Italy, and you’ll make discoveries either at his store at 30 Clinton Street in Manhattan or at his website.
DiPalo: The best Italian cheese shop in Manhattan.
Divinacucina: ‘Diva’ writes of food and life in Tuscany, with especially interesting posts about the food markets of Tuscany.
Finding La Dolce Vita: An Italian-American writes about food, family, and memories. Lovely, traditional recipes.
Foodmaven: Arthur Schwartz’s site for great New York food news and recipes, plus the culinary vacations he offers in Southern Italy.
Gustiamo: An Internet purveyor of highest-quality Italian imports, including extra-virgin olive oils from around Italy.
Heritage Radio Network: Online radio programming devoted to sustainable food issues and cooking.
ILovePalermo: If you love Sicily, especially Palermo, and adore the food, this is the blog for you. In English
Inmamaskitchen.com: A site that celebrates home cooking and includes many recipes for Italian dishes.
Italiamerica: A site dedicated to Southern Italian-Americans and their history. It also provides help for Italian-Americans seeking dual citizenship.
Italian American Museum: Opened in 2001 in the old Banca Stabile building in Little Italy, this charming space is dedicated to documenting the myriad contributions made by Italian-Americans to the United States. Excellent changing exhibits and readings.
Italianfood.about.com: About.com’s guide to Web sites concerned with Italian cooking.
Italianfoodforever: Beautiful Italian recipes from a passionate lady who has spent a long time in Italy
L’osso e la Lisca: Beautiful, contemporary Italian recipes. Written in Italian.
LucullianDelights: A Swede living in Tuscany creates great Italian-inspired recipes with an emphasis on health and seasonal cooking.
MagnaGrece: A blog devoted to all things Southern Italian, written in English.
Novena: A site devoted to the lives of the Saints, with beautiful artwork and devotional prayers, and a monthly feast day recipe written by me.
Prouditaliancook: Beautiful photos and a great, improvisational attitude toward Italian cooking.
Ravidà: The site for Ravidà olive oil, my favorite Sicilian oil, family-owned and estate-bottled. The site includes the history of the family and its oil and information about Sicilian cooking classes, olive oil tastings, and lodgings.
Sauté Wednesday: A fine food Weblog that offers a comprehensive guide to culinary Web sites.
Seeds from Italy: Seeds for unusual and heirloom fruits and vegetables from all over Italy, available in the United States.
Slow Food: The worldwide organization devoted to preserving traditional ways of preparing and enjoying food, “for the defense of and the right to pleasure.”
Vino Italian Wine and Spirits: An excellent New York wine store that emphasizes Southern Italian regionals and offers classes.
Volpetti: The best cheese and salumi shop in Rome, located in the Testaccio.
Zingerman’s: A great source for fine imported Italian olive oils and other hard-to-find gourmet items, including Martelli and Rustichella pasta.