Father’s Day

Father’s Day is a civil recurrence that is celebrated all over the world, even if on different dates. In countries of Catholic tradition, this feast is associated with St. Joseph, protector of the family fathers, and is therefore celebrated on March 19th. In the Anglo-Saxon countries, Father’s Day is held on the third Sunday of June. Whatever day is celebrated, this feast is very heartfelt: Children generally prepare something to give to their dad and a good idea would be to have them participate in the preparation of a nice dinner in his honor!

Some tips for super pasta dishes!

Pasta during Spring and Father’s Day? The typical menus for the Father’s Day are different according to the geographical areas. In many areas of our peninsula, we eat pasta and chickpeas, a dish typical of rural tradition, poor but rich in flavor. Lasagna is also very widespread, both in the classic version with ragù, as well as green, and cannelloni stuffed with ricotta and spinach. Other recipes made for this day are pasta in the oven and the tasty and creamy macaroni with cheese.

First dishes in Spring

Pasta during Spring and Father’s Day? Father’s Day also coincides with the arrival of the Spring season, so there are numerous recipes for first courses that can be made with typical seasonal products. Zucchini, asparagus, turnip greens, fava beans are just some of the ingredients that can enrich our pasta dishes. Therefore, from traditional orecchiette to turnip tops, pasta cooked with zucchini or asparagus sauces, or soups with broad beans or peas: You’ll be spoiled for choice!