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Southern Italian Antipasto

Southern Italian Antipasto - - ball burrata cheese, Provolone cheese , cut into bite - sized pieces, hot so pressata, thinly sliced, sweet sopressata, thinly sliced, fresh figs, quartered, fresh ricotta cheese, Easy Homemade Vanilla...

Sicilian Halibut Fish Stew

Sicilian Halibut Fish Stew - - extra virgin olive oil, red onion, diced, celery stalks, diced, carrots, diced, zucchini, diced, garlic cloves, minced, Sea salt and black pepper, to taste, dry white wine, can chopped tomatoes , with...

Roasted Artichoke and Mozzarella Salad

Roasted Artichoke and Mozzarella Salad - - extra virgin olive oil, divided, can or jar artichoke hearts, drained and rinsed, dried Italian seasoning, divided, garlic cloves , minced, Sea s alt and black pepper , to taste, fresh...

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Featured Recipes

BAKING SUBSTITUTIONS: The A-Z of Common, Unique, and Hard- to- Find Ingredients

In the entire list of Jean B. Macleod’s How-To publications, BAKING SUBSTITUTIONS: The A-Z of Common, Unique, and Hard-to-Find Ingredients is perhaps the most interesting. In creating a catalog that provides suggestions that allow the replacement of less easily sourced ingredients,...

Cooking with Bear: A Story and Recipes from the Forest

It’s been a long winter, and even though it’s still a bit chilly out, Bear is ready to get up and find some food! He starts off with a big pot of soup, but then his friend Fox comes to visit. When Bear discovers that Fox wants to learn some new recipes, the two venture out into the...

Peach Frangipane Tart

Frangipane is a sticky almond cream. Have you ever had an almond croissant? Typically the croissant is filled with frangipane. It bubbles and puffs as it bakes and becomes cake-like, but still moist in the areas underneath the fruit.And almond is the perfect flavor pairing with...

Everyday Dorie: The Way I Cook by Dorie Greenspan

Here is a beautifully produced, promising cookbook with a huge selection of recipes. Author Dorie Greenspan promises in her introduction simple dishes that are “comforting, satisfying and inviting.” Everyday Dorie only partially fulfills this promise. The recipes are anything but...

The Everything Keto Diet Meal Prep Cookbook

Full revelation: I cook and eat primarily at home and have dropped thirty pounds on a rather casual Keto regimen. On a Keto diet, boredom can become an inhibiting factor. This book offers a most promising counter to that boredom. In standard “keto” practice, there are widely available...

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Differences between Northern and Southern Mexican Cuisines

Over the years, Mexican regions have topped the list of the most visited destinations during holidays. What’s good there? The region attracts both food lovers and sun seekers. In case you are planning to visit this beautiful country, ensure you sample the wide range of flavors and tastes that both the Northern and Southern Mexico offer. It is quite interesting how a country with little topography can boast of a rich culinary culture that leaves you thirsting for more.

The 3 “B”s of Piedmont Wines: Barolo, Barbaresco, and Barbera

Without question, Italy is one of the most esteemed wine producing countries in the world and the Piedmont (Piemonte) region in northern Italy ranks near the top in terms of the quality of wines it produces. Any discussion of Piedmont wines would be incomplete without shining a spotlight on the 3 “B”s of this region – Barolo, Barbaresco and Barbera.

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