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Gingerbread Men: a Holiday Classic Cookie

Who loves Gingerbread men? For people who love Christmas, it's beginning the best time of year. The planning part of Christmas -thinking ahead to the advent calendars,...

Creamy Jerusalem Artichoke Soup with Little Fried Onion Rings

Every season has its own smells. Winter calls for a bowl of piping hot, creamy soup. In my kitchen are welcome all soups, minestre and...

Seasonal Recipe: Savory Cheese and Kale Bread

It is as crunchy outside as it's moist and soft inside. Savory cheese and kale bread is a simple, seasonal recipe for those of you...

Spreading White Chocolate Cream With Raspberry Sauce

This spreading white chocolate cream is an indulgent comfort food perfect for the weekend and every time during the week when you need a...

Mini Potato Pie With White Truffle: Emilia-Romagna’s Recipe

Who doesn’t love potatoes? Fried, roasted, baked and of course, mashed, the potato generously lends itself to thousands of different uses. Used most often as...

Italian Recipe: Pancetta and Tomato Sauce Ragù

Ah Bologna, “Bologna, The Red”! Red are its bricks and colors of many old Bolognese houses; two of the most important wines produced in the...

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Anybody who knows me will tell you how much I love the Michigan Fall. I go on and on about apple picking and Cider Mills, and the wonderful weather and colors. But this year, maybe because its a special anniversary, and I miss a little bit my hometown, I've been...
Hi all, today we are going to talk about a couple of yummy summer delicacies. First of all, one is already there, lurking in your backyard's garden. And it's growing bigger by the day. Of course, I'm talking about giant zucchini. Or better say: monster-zucchini! And then, what is the actual meaning of...

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In the United States, the Thanksgiving holiday, held on the fourth Thursday in November, has its roots in celebrating the bounty of food. Celebrating the harvest -the fact that crops planted in summer survived to be harvested and that there would be enough to last through the winter- was something common to both Native Americans who held corn festivals and the English who settled on the shores of New...
Halloween in Bologna! If you’re in Bologna around this time of year, among the pumpkin and ghost themed cookies and decorations in the window of your favorite forno or pasticceria, if you look closely, you will find a small, round cookie that resembles a sugar cookie. This is the traditional biscotto, or cookie called il fave dei morti that you will only find during the weeks leading up to November...

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