Dishes saved from Italy’s era of necessity ~
"Italian meals makes a lot from a little.
The line separating high-end Italian fare and rustic family meals it's gone as dishes made with cabbage, beans, stale bread and other inexpensive but healthful ingredients are appearing on fine Italian restaurants' menu, and re-appearing on the tables across the Italian peninsula."
My paternal grandmother, Desdemona Theresa DeMartin DeLorenzo, whom we all call Nana, had an enviable education in Italian cooking. ...
Read more: Dishes saved from Italy’s era of necessity; boston.com
In the Picture: Zuppa di fagiolini e polpettine (Green bean and meatball ‘soup’); boston.com
Bread, the gratification of making-it at home
"Flour, yeast and water, the hot oven and the irresistible aroma that pervades the kitchen. ..." (Full Story in Italian)
Farina, lievito e acqua, il forno caldo e il profumo irresistibile che pervade la cucina....
Continua: Pane, il gusto di farlo a casa; da L'Espresso Food & Wine
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