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A Vino Aperitivo for the Season It’s early on Christmas Eve when the phone rings in the parish office, and the caller asks “What time is Midnight Mass?” Honest. Every year at parishes around the world inquiring minds want to know. A friend who was a parish administrator herself said that she fielded dozens of […]
More with Fonte di Foiano Pendolino Extra Virgin Olive Oil Stuffed tomatoes are the quintessential summer dish, and they are easy to put together. They are perfect for any meal, casual or elegant, and are incredibly versatile, moving easily from day into night. Serve them with a crisp green salad and white wine for an […]
Emilia-Romagna is the home of world famous sfoglia, rich fresh egg pasta rolled paper thin. From that divine pasta comes garganelli. Ridged tubes of pasta formed from a square of pasta rolled around a bastoncino (stick), and passed over a ridged tool known as a comb or pettine (PEH-tee-nay), garganelli are one of my favorites, […]
Spinach Corzetti with Gorgonzola Sauce This is Part 3 of a series – The Corzetti Files For detailed information and photo essays on how to make corzetti, along with recipes, please delve further into The Corzetti Files: Edible Art, The Corzetti Files – Part 1 The Intagliatore of Chiavari, The Corzetti Files – Part 2 […]
Pumpkin Lasagna with Four Cheeses This one needs a Family Tree. So here goes. I have been a fan of Domenica Marchetti for quite some time. Lucky me, I won a copy of her newest book, The Glorious Pasta of Italy from Paula Yoo of Write Like You Mean It. (Great name, Paula. Great site.) […]