When I was living in France after college, my kitchen was very, very small. It consisted of two hot plates, a sink, and about six inches of counter space. With no oven and very few pots and pans, I was forced to get creative with […]
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Italian food is wonderfully classic, rustic, and comforting. Many of my Italian recipes are inspired by the week-long cooking I recently attended in the southern part of Italy, called Puglia. From fresh pasta to homemade zeppole, there’s something here for everyone!
Italian frittata is just about as easy and versatile breakfast dish you could ask for. It’s endlessly customizable, sustaining, and has none of the complexities of quiche or omelettes. Once you add frittata to your breakfast repertoire, you’ll find yourself making it again and again. […]
What to do when you got your hands on fresh mozzarella, and you want to make caprese salad but it’s not yet tomato season? Yea, yea I know you can buy tomatoes year round at grocery stores. But we’re talking about a dish with under […]