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Plan Your Italian Garden!

Homegrown is alright with me. It’s never too early to plan a garden, and these days, with all the info on the Internet and all the mail order catalogs there is plenty to sift through. In just a few weeks it will be time to actually plant. Now is the time to do a little […]

On Sunday, occasionally – No. 1

Welcome to my newest feature. In my virtual peregrinations I find articles that are informative, entertaining and just downright beautiful. Some are by professional food writers, others by amateurs. I’ve decided to post my favorites here on my site. This way you can see what I see. Most of what I post here will be […]

Sweet Pea and Fava Crostini with Herbs and Ricotta

More with Pace da Poggio Etrusco Extra Virgin Olive Oil The baby vegetables are in the Farmer’s Markets. The herb garden is planted, and tiny peas in their pods have made an appearance. My mint plants are already giving forth, their new leaves packed with fresh flavor. Spring has arrived, and with it have come […]

Foolproof Frazzled Mamma Cheesecake or The Pope Made Me Do It

A Culinary Comedy of Errors and Experimentation Adri’s Great Blog Cook-a-thon #7 This is the story of three women, eleven pounds of cream cheese and two Popes. It started innocently enough when I read a post by Trisha Thomas, AKA Mozzarella Mamma. “Dear Blog Readers — I’m seeing RED. I’ve become obsessed with Cardinals. I […]

Blood Orange and Bella di Cerignola Salad with Solerno

Gather ye rosebuds while ye may, Old Time is still a-flying: And this same flower that smiles to-day To-morrow will be dying. …Robert Herrick It’s as true of blood oranges as rosebuds. Winter will soon be gone, and with it this most glorious citrus fruit. So juice up the Lenten season with blood oranges. There’s […]

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