Posts from the ‘family table’ category

roman zucchini fritters with parmigiano cheese

An abundance of gorgeous summer harvest zucchini would always challenge us to create tasty new dishes that include this healthy and delicious ingredient. One of our…

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braised rabbit pappardelle with mixed spring vegetables

During my childhood years, the spring season was always a refreshing reminder of a cold, hard NY winter finally coming to an end. The chance to finally wear…

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kulcha: north indian flatbread

Dan and I love to explore and eat foods from all over the world. We make it a personal goal to try something new as often…

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zucchini-wrapped lamb koftas (kabobs)

I find myself seeking out new food and cuisines as I read my vast collection of food magazines and cookbooks. I recently ordered one of new…

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roasted chicken thighs with baby potatoes & artichoke hearts

Simple oven-roasted complete meals are perfect for both weekday dinners and busy weekends. I love the freedom of the combinations I can put together depending on what’s…

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insalata tritata: {chopped salad}

The cooler weather has finally descended upon us even here in the south. The cooler breezes and brisk evening temperatures are a most welcome respite from…

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BLT a la Italiana

The simpler the food the better. This has been my feeling since I began to understand how meals come together. How flavors combine and how we…

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eggplant involtini

This is a wonderful recipe that uses one of my favorite vegetables, the eggplant. There are so many varieties of eggplant depending on how you wish…

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roasted salt & vinegar potatoes

I adore vinegar. In many countries like Italy, Spain and France, making wine vinegar is a closely connected tradition to the wine making process each year.…

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koulourakia {greek sesame twist cookies}

My parents have told me hundreds of stories of when they first arrived in New York from Italia. They had to learn so much and were…

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