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Southern Italy in my (Northern) dish: ‘nduja and smoked scamorza risotto

In Earth first course, First course, Risotto On March 22, 2011 446 Comments

Yesterday I ended winter seasonal cooking with a Northern recipe for origin (Trieste) and influences (goulasch is a typical Hungarian dish, spread throughout Central and Eastern Europe), so… Read More »

If I were.. a clam?!

In First course, Pasta, Sea first course, Shellfishes On March 17, 2011 604 Comments

How many times as a child I played the "if I" game, and sometimes I still play it now, especially if someone triggers me off .. and it's… Read More »

Cooking with herbs: pine nuts and marjoram pasta

In Cooking for dummies, Dried fruit, Earth first course, First course, Herbs, Pasta On March 15, 2011 427 Comments

This is absolutely the most for dummies recipe I know of, because its easiness is disarming … I'm pretty sure that if my dog had opposable thumbs, it… Read More »

The green that entice: pesto, potatoes and green beans lasagna

In Earth first course, First course, Pasta, Single course, Vegetables On March 6, 2011 426 Comments

I always heard about children who turn up their noses at green food, who throw a tantrum at it or, simply, who refuse to eat it. This behavior… Read More »

Cream of pumpkin soup for all season

In First course, Soup, Vegetables On March 3, 2011 428 Comments

Obviously I'm talking about all seasons where you can find a fresh pumpkin: as in a short time it will be out of season, let's prepare a tasty… Read More »