Zuppa di Verdura — Vegetable Soup

What better way to warm up during the holiday season than with a bright delicious bowl of comforting, vegetable-filled soup! Here’s a take on my mom’s recipe that I grew up on. It’s easy to make, tasty and good for you too!  I like to serve it with  and .  Print Zuppa di Verdura — Vegetable Soup […]

Stuffed Zucchine

Some of the tastiest meals are those that are loosely improvised from an initial recipe “inspiration” and this version of Stuffed Zucchine is just that! As we improvised a lot based on what we had… we invite you to do the same! Did you know…. here in the states we say “Zucchini” but the original […]

Salsicce e Patate Fritte…

I like simple food.  In fact most of my favorites are things my mom would make when she didn’t have a lot of ingredients and needed to whip something up really quick.  I can still remember the first time she made this classic and I love putting my own spin on it for my family. […]

Salsa di pomodoro… Tomato Sauce!

{also known as Salsa Semplice— Simple Sauce} This is the first type of sauce my mom taught me how to make. Every good Italian Mamma has a version. Here’s mine: Print Salsa di Pomodoro – Tomato Sauce This is the first type of sauce my mom taught me how to make. Every good Italian Mamma […]

Ciamella all’anice // Ciambella Sorana

A delicious braided bread that has the consistency of a bagel and a hint of anise flavor— perfect as a snack or with a simple arugula salad for lunch or dinner! Print Ciamella all’anice This bread recipe comes from the Lazio region of Italy and has been passed down from my paternal grandmother, Cesidia Di Carlo. My cousins […]

Soffritto

Italian Soffritto is similar to the French mirepoix… In Italian, it means “underfried,” which refers to the fact that each element is lightly browned. It is composed of onion, carrot and celery. Some recipes call for 2 parts onion to 1 part carrot and 1 part celery, but Patricia says her ratio is probably closer […]