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Easy Italian Pulled Pork

Nutella Bread for Dessert or for Breakfast!

 

Tips for Homemade Marinara Sauce

Breakfast Fruit Walkaway is a family favorite

Make Homemade Limoncello

 

These Aren't Pasta Noodles - They're Zucchini Noodles!

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A Delicious Vegetarian Dish: Pasta alla Norma

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Eating Our Way Through the Amalfi Coast

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Make Whipped Cream That Lasts

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Tuesday
Jan272015

Sara Jenkins' Italian Porchetta

 

What do you do when you miss a dish that you can get in Italy but doesn't exist here? If you're Chef Sara Jenkins, you open your own storefront and start making and selling that dish. That's how Porchetta was born, a tiny storefront in the East Village in New York City that sells heavenly servings of porchetta, a pork dish that is found all over central Italy.  In Rome, it's sold frequently on the street in food carts.  It's pork that is stuffed with herbs, slow roasted and piled high on a bun.  And it's outrageously delicious.

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Tuesday
Jan062015

Winter Caprese Salad

Have you ever wanted to fix a Caprese Salad during the winter months but didn't, because you knew it just wasn't going to be any good with bland, anemic winter tomatoes?  Well, if you use this method you can have a tasty Winter Caprese Salad.  The secret is to slow roast the tomatoes, removing the moisture from them and concentrating the flavor.  You get a very intense tasting tomato out of a mediocre winter tomato.

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Tuesday
Dec162014

Homemade Layered Peppermint Bark

This homemade candy not only looks so pretty but it's absolutely delicious, and I'm not even a big peppermint fan. Making it yourself is quite a fun project and you can make it quite a bit ahead as it keeps well in the fridge or the freezer. I remember the first time I ever made it and tasted it and could not believe how addictive it was - so it makes great gifts at the holidays! 

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