A Soup Only Tuscany Could Make

The Minimalist from The New York Times
A dish that makes fantastic use of stale bread, sausage, ricotta salata, carrots and spinach, extracting the maximum flavor from each while blending them perfectly. WHEN you’ve gained enough experience cooking, you’re quite likely to "invent" ...
... a recipe that already exists in cuisines and even cookbooks. Especially if the ingredients are common, the techniques standard. But not this recipe, or at least I don’t think so. The ingredients are fairly common, but their combination is not exactly the kind of thing a non-Italian, or perhaps even a non-Tuscan, ...
Full Story: A Soup Only Tuscany Could Make; By MARK BITTMAN




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