Baked with a fresh tomato sugo
Flourless Biscotti Di Mandorla (Almond Biscuits)
Tangy amarena cherries on Italy's favorite biscotti.
Gnocchi w/ Sugo di Pomodoro Fresco (fresh tomato sauce)
In Italian, the word Gnocchi means little knuckles. Many people are under the impression that it is difficult to make gnocchi at home....but nothing could be further from the truth. In my opinion, they are one of the easiest types of pastas to make. Once the potatoes are cooked, you can have them ready in … Continue reading Gnocchi w/ Sugo di Pomodoro Fresco (fresh tomato sauce)
Olives need no introduction....nonetheless.... Many moons ago, I had the privilege of sitting under the shade of an enormous and ancient olive tree, near the banks of the Gardon River in the south of France. It was here that I started making mental notes on all the attributes of this wonderful plant. Throughout the centuries, the … Continue reading Marinated Olives
Pan Cooked Fish w/ capers, tomato & olives
This would have to be one of our favorite Sardinian inspired fish dinners. It combines the classic mediterranean flavours of tomatoes, caper, onions, olives and anchovy on a bed of finely sliced potatoes, to create a dish which is wonderfully gratifying to the senses. When purchasing fish for this recipe, ensure to use a white fish, cod is … Continue reading Pan Cooked Fish w/ capers, tomato & olives
What to make with left over pasta sauce? Arancini of course!
Summer Zucchini & Pesto Pasta
Get your Zucchini on... It's Summer!
Insalata di Radicchio (Radicchio Salad)
A delicious bitter sweet salad made using Radicchio, Apple, Almonds & Gorgonzola
It's the recipe for real pesto, taught by our Ligurian aunt and a nostalgic memory which takes us back to our family Summer holiday's.