A simple yet immensely delicious recipe, Linguine with Clams. Incredibly easy to make: first the sauce, then the pasta, then you combine – and that’s it. The only trick: it has to be served hot. Enjoy! 🙂
A really simple, delicious and trouble-free “pesto” sauce using walnuts and parsley instead of basil and pine nuts. (Yes, it’s possible.) 🙂
Eggplant Parmigiana or Parmigiana Di Melanzane is a traditional 3-ingredient recipe from Sicily, Italy. Contrary to what we would all think, “Parmigiana” does not mean “Parmesan cheese”. Parmigiana comes from the Sicilian word parmiciana which means “latticed” and it describes the way we arrange the eggplant slices in the baking pan or casserole prior to baking. Enjoy!
Yes, Pasta with Butter and Cream – a.k.a. Pasta all’ Alfredo – has very little to do with the all-millennial “tuna salad” lunch or dinner; yet, good food is good food and there’s no two ways about that. 🙂 This is an easy and fast pasta recipe to make – and you don’t need to eat a lot of it to feel satisfied. Enjoy!
Busiate Pasta with Sicilian Pesto. Busiate or Busiati is a spiral shaped pasta. Check the reference here. If you can’t find Busiate then you can either make them yourself (yes, it is possible, check the Notes below) or use whatever type of long and twisty pasta you can find.
Spaghetti with Artichokes, Lemon and Capers. Artichokes are abundant and much revered in Italy, and elsewhere. This is a classic, mouthwatering spaghetti with artichokes dish from Southern Italy. Enjoy!
Pasta alla Carbonara. “Alla Carbonara” means “the coal worker’s style”. No one knows how this recipe got its name – some maintain that charcoal workers in the Italian mountains cooked spaghetti this way, others that the very generous dash of black pepper makes the dish look like charcoal. Whatever the case, this is a very classic Italian dish, presented here in its original form, with eggs instead of cream. Enjoy!
A yet another classic Italian recipe, this time from the region of Umbria, Gnocchi with Cream and Red Wine Sauce is something that’s worth cooking. Enjoy!
One can make Gnocchi – and other pasta – at home. Here’s a recipe on How to make Gnocchi.
How to make Busiate pasta.
Pasta with Butter and Cheese is an Italian, hearty, classic and so simple a pasta recipe it’s almost… unbearable. Enjoy!
Baked Beans with Tomatoes and Mushrooms – Italian Style. Another hearty, wholesome recipe from Italy’s Tuscany. Baked Beans with Tomatoes and Mushrooms actually taste better the next day.
Italian Baked Beans with Tomatoes and Ham or Bacon – a hearty, winter day’s recipe for beans and meat. It actually tastes better the next day.
Pasta Bolognese – Variation in S Major 🙂 There are many variations of this predominantly red meat sauce Italian recipe. Some variations are complicated, some are simple; some are fast and others slow. We chose a simple, slow cooking variation (the “S” in “S Major”) that’s simply… memorable.
Beef Shank with Red Wine in the Pot. Cooked in a pot, casserole or an iron dutch oven – a quick & easy variation on Osso Buco (which is an Italian traditional classic dish).
Fresh Tomato Sauce for Pasta or Dip. Equally good as a pasta sauce or dip. Your choice. 🙂