The Nurturing Hearth
The Italian Pantry
In The Garden
Italian Meal Journal
The Fundamentals of Italian Cooking
Italian Culinary Creations
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Homemade Home Decor
Wood Kitchen Cabinets
Home And Garden
Kitchen Dining Rooms
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Wood Plank Ceiling
An earth friendly kitchen in stone, wood and tile. The stone wall in this rustic kitchen is highlighted by salvaged wood beams and white tile. Floor made from flagstone and reclaimed hemlock wood mirrors the stone wall panel and timber ceiling.
Turning your scrumptious pan drippings into a delicious and simple pasta sauce is easier than ever. In Italy it is sugo d'arrosto, 'a touch of roast'.
Crisp pan roasted chicken with rosemary, sage, and white wine. Learning to watch the moisture level in your pan is the easiest way to crispier skin.
5 Ways To Improve Your Homemade Neapolitan Pizza- The Nurturing Hearth
How about an asparagus frittata or egg scramble with onions and asparagus. A little milk, parmigiano, salt, pepper, and fresh herbs and you have a meal.
Concerend your kids might not like pork cheek? Time to try bucatini all' amatriciana then.
Chili Con Carne
Stracciatella soup is delightful, refreshing, and elegant. Popular in the Lazio, it is commonly served around Easter, but can be enjoyed all year round.
Each Spring brings to us an abundance of growth and promise, and an opportunity to create a wonderful Easter dinner. Here is simple menu that will delight all.
Italian Style Kitchens
When I think of Italian Cooking I think of my materie prime - raw materials. One must start with the highest quality ingredients in the Italian kitchen.
A wonderful creamy asparagus with risotto, that is topped off with parmigiano, asparagus tips, and pancetta. A new twist to an old spring Italian classic.
Hojiblanca Olive Oil- Moving Beyond The Fake Stuff
Spring time means foraging for dandelions. Dandelions are overly abundant, easy to ID, packed with nutrition, and can be used medicinally.
Homemade Peanut Butter
Last night we dined on a quick traditional Italian meal at home- simple, fresh ingredients, paired nicely together, with little to no planning at all.
The Fundamentals of Italian Cooking Part 1: Emotion, Memory, and Taste
The Fundamentals of Italian Cooking Part 2: Building a Flavor
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