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Not Just Mac & Cheese (Maccheroni alla mortadella al forno)

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Yes, this baked maccheroni casserole is essentially mac & cheese, but on a whole different level -- as with much Italian food, it's a simple preparation, but with quality ingredients that make all the difference. It's a quick, easy, and immensely satisfying dish which can easily be a main course when paired with a green salad or any other vegetable side. Get the recipe:

Not Just Mac & Cheese (Maccheroni alla mortadella al forno) originally appeared on About.com Italian Food on Saturday, May 31st, 2014 at 18:08:43.

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The Top 10 Myths about Pasta

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It seems like one of the easiest things in the world to cook: You boil some water, throw in some pasta, set the timer for the minutes indicated on the package, add a little oil to keep it from sticking, the buzzer rings and voila! It's done. Throw it onto some plates, ladle lots of sauce on top and you have dinner. Simple, right? And yet, in my opinion, there is no worse mistake in Italian food than soggy, overcooked pasta (and it's far too common). Misconceptions about pasta and the best way to cook it still abound, while methods and tips that Italians consider common knowledge might be news to many. Read on for everything you always wanted to know about cooking pasta (but were afraid to ask).

The Top 10 Myths about Pasta originally appeared on About.com Italian Food on Saturday, May 31st, 2014 at 13:30:36.

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Street Eats, Italian Style

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Mangiamaccheroni in a street in NaplesStreet food -- in the form of pop-up stands or roaming food trucks -- is growing more and more popular in the U.S., but throughout the world and history, street kitchens have long been the primary type of public eating establishment, before the birth of the restaurant as we know it today. In Italy, street food has existed since at least Ancient Roman times, when counter-serve "snack bars" called thermopoliasold hot prepared dishes. And pizza and pasta, two of the most famous Italian foods, started out as on-the-go snacks. In 19th-century Naples, it was normal to eat maccheroni at street vendors -- with one's hands! Pasta is no longer considered a street food (or a finger food, for that matter), but quick eats persist to this day throughout Italy at kiosks, stands, and food trucks. Here are some recipes for typical Italian street foods, to recreate the experience in your own kitchen.

Street Eats, Italian Style originally appeared on About.com Italian Food on Saturday, May 31st, 2014 at 13:29:25.

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The Bean Eaters

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Il mangiafagioli by Annibale Carracci, 1584In the past, Tuscans were called mangiafagioli("bean eaters") by other Italians, a clue to how important a part the ""poor man's meat" played in the Tuscan diet. Beans don't have quite such a central role these days, yet still appear in many traditional Tuscan dishes. And now that we know what nutritional powerhouses they are -- rich in fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals yet low in fat, calories, and cholesterol -- it seems that bean-eating is due for a comeback! Here then, a couple of great legume recipes. (Image: Il mangiafagioli by Annibale Carracci, 1584)
 

The Bean Eaters originally appeared on About.com Italian Food on Saturday, May 31st, 2014 at 13:28:09.

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A Niçoise-style sandwich: Pane alla nizzarda

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Although I write about Italian food, I've just moved to France (Paris, to be precise), so the food traditions of the Mediterranean town of Nice (Nizza in Italian), with their strong Italian influences, are particularly interesting to me. The cuisine of the French Riviera town -- perhaps the most well-known examples being salade niçoise, tapenade, and ratatouille -- blends typical Provençal ingredients and cooking methods with those of the Italian regions of Liguria and Piemonte and often features olives, olive oil, anchovies, and plenty of vegetables. Think of it as French-Italian fusion! Read more and get the recipe...

A Niçoise-style sandwich: Pane alla nizzarda originally appeared on About.com Italian Food on Saturday, May 31st, 2014 at 13:27:37.

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The Perfect Dessert for Spring and Summer?

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Panna cotta with berries
It just might be panna cotta, which, despite its name (it translates literally as "cooked cream"), actually doesn't require much cooking, and certainly doesn't involve turning on an oven. This delicate cream-based spoon dessert, thickened with gelatin and served chilled, is also quite easy to make but makes an elegant impression when served at the end of a meal. You can serve it with fresh berries or a simple chocolate sauce, fruit compote or coulis. Recipe for Panna Cotta A traditional and popular Italian dessert originating in the Piemonte region. Get the recipe.

The Perfect Dessert for Spring and Summer? originally appeared on About.com Italian Food on Saturday, May 31st, 2014 at 13:26:17.

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Buona Pasqua! Italian Easter Recipes

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Italians celebrate Easter in may ways throughout the different regions, but generally with chocolate eggs for the children containing toy surprises, roast lamb or goat, spring vegetables such as artichokes, and a colomba (dove) a cake made with the same dough as panettone but baked in the shape of a bird and topped with coarse pearl sugar and/or almonds. As a special Easter chocolate treat, together with a variety of traditional Easter recipes we have a recipe for decadent Bacio brownies, made with the famed chocolates from the Perugina brand. Buona Pasqua a tutti!

Buona Pasqua! Italian Easter Recipes originally appeared on About.com Italian Food on Monday, April 14th, 2014 at 11:22:56.

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Easy Weeknight Dinners

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Even in Italy, the land where the Slow Food movement originated, people are busier than ever these days. On a lazy Sunday you might have time to slow-cook your ragu' for hours, but on a weeknight, if you're just getting home from work, you're tired, and you don't have a lot of time or energy, you probably want something faster and simpler. Here are some dishes you can have on the table in less than 30 minutes, either start-to-finish, or by making them ahead of time and simply reheating!

Easy Weeknight Dinners originally appeared on About.com Italian Food on Monday, March 31st, 2014 at 13:03:49.

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Happy San Giuseppe's Day!

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The holidays in Italy seem endless, and each one has its special associated foods, which might differ from region to region. Part of the reason for so many holidays is the fact that every single day of the calendar year is the Feast Day of one or more Catholic saints. This doesn't mean that every day is a holiday in Italy, of course. March 17, for instance, the feast day of San Patrizio (better known in the English-speaking world as Saint Patrick), is not celebrated in Italy. (He is the patron saint of Ireland, after all.)

Food and the Feast Day of San Giuseppe
Today, though, March 19, the Feast Day of San Giuseppe (St. Joseph), is celebrated throughout Italy and in many Italian American communities. It's also Father's Day in Italy and it's traditionally celebrated with fried or baked pastries originating in Naples called zeppole (also known as bigne' or sfinge/sfingi/sfinci), They're usually filled with pastry cream or ricotta and dusted with sugar. Read more...

Fava Bean and Fennel Soup
One of the dishes traditionally served on the Feast Day of San Giuseppe, in Sicily, this velvety, flavorful puree incorporates the fava bean, considered a lucky charm as well as a token of St. Joseph. See the recipe for Fava Bean and Fennel Soup (Macco di fave e finocchietto).

Happy San Giuseppe's Day! originally appeared on About.com Italian Food on Wednesday, March 19th, 2014 at 10:00:56.

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Lorenzo

View Original Article Wed, 30 Jul 2014 06:24:46 GMT

Located in South Beach's Redbury Hotel, Lorenzo is James Beard Award-winning chef Tony Mantuano's first restaurant outside the Midwest.

Large portions and tasty Italian food served at Luigi's in Newport News

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Hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday-Saturday and noon to 10 p.m. Sunday.

New to Chinatown: Pazzo Chow

View Original Article Wed, 30 Jul 2014 01:20:56 GMT

Pazzo Chow serves up home-style Italian in a cosy little restaurant in Chinatown.

Gallo Di Nero Italian eatery arises from the ashes of Fired Up

View Original Article Tue, 29 Jul 2014 20:01:20 GMT

Gallo Di Nero, a casual upscale restaurant serving contemporary Italian cuisine, seafood, steak, small plates, wood-fired pizzas and hand-made desserts, is celebrating its grand opening by introducing a new dinner and dessert menu at its location in Denver's Golden Triangle neighborhood at 1135 Bannock Street.

Phantom Gourmet: Bella's Italian Food In Rockland

View Original Article Tue, 29 Jul 2014 17:47:58 GMT

Three's a spot on the South Shore that serves huge portions of family-style Italian food, and where it feels like Sunday supper seven nights a week.

Healthy Chicken Parmesan

View Original Article Tue, 29 Jul 2014 17:47:57 GMT

Everyone knows the hunger dance. It's something that we do almost every night. It's when several people argue over what they should have for dinner.

Century Club: Clara 'Nunny' Franceschini's secrets: Put others first and dress well

View Original Article Tue, 29 Jul 2014 00:59:47 GMT

Clara "Nunny" Franceschini, who will turn 100 years old Aug. 14, has several recipes for a long life.

East London food festival celebrates Italian cooking

View Original Article Mon, 28 Jul 2014 14:43:03 GMT

Harnessing the latest trend, beer brand Birra Moretti is taking traditional Italian cooking to the streets on Thursday with an exciting new festival.

Joe Piscopo, 'Cake Boss' cast members, Deanna Martin among...

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Comedian Joe Piscopo at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, N.J., on June 5, 2011.

Summer Deals: Family-Style Italian Dining at Uncle Louie in Scottsdale

View Original Article Fri, 25 Jul 2014 14:08:19 GMT

So far we've shown you a lot of great places for date nights and two-person dinners for cheap eats in Phoenix, but Uncle Louie The Restaurant is offering something up this summer that's fit for a family of four.

Restaurant review: Giovanni's, Cardiff

View Original Article Fri, 25 Jul 2014 08:48:39 GMT

The Taste Team headed to Giovanni's for a two-course pre-theatre Italian dinner and still had time for dessert From Welsh legends like Tom Jones and Katherine Jenkins to errr, not-so friendly faces like Vincent Tan, the wall of fame at Giovanni's is massive.

Feast and play at 29th annual Festa Italiana

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Sure, there’s plenty of good pizza in restaurants around town, but lovers of Italian cuisine can go beyond that staple and into more interesting fare at Festa Italiana.

Success beyond kitchen

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Portrait of John Collura, chef and owner of Cibo e Vino, with his Pistachio crusted Sea Bass, July 8, 2014, in his Scottsdale restaurant, 34522 N. Scottsdale Road.

Luigi's offers Italian food in GonzalesLuigi's offers Italian food in ...

View Original Article Thu, 24 Jul 2014 07:50:17 GMT

Luigi's offers Italian food in Gonzales Ricardo Diaz describes the extensive menu at this new South County eatery Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/1rCYnrK I decide to veer off of the freeway and stop at Gonzales' newest Italian restaurant - Luigi's on the corner of Alta and 4th Streets.

The Feed: Austin Restaurants: Italian

View Original Article Wed, 23 Jul 2014 23:36:17 GMT

Each week in Austin360, we offer a rotating list of places to eat right now. This week: Italian restaurants.

10 Things to Eat and Drink in Chicago

View Original Article Wed, 23 Jul 2014 22:31:20 GMT

This time of year, conversations at Chow Bella staff meetings tend to turn to who's eaten what and where.

Acero Ristorante

View Original Article Wed, 23 Jul 2014 18:07:14 GMT

St. Louis has approximately 1 million Italian restaurants, but nothing like Acero.

Meet Louie & Chan's New Chef, Kevin Chun

View Original Article Wed, 23 Jul 2014 17:07:12 GMT

Louie & Chan attempts to bring together the Lower East Side histories of the Italian and Chinese immigrants that passed through the neighborhood, and back when it opened, it's kitchen was under the control of a native of Italy, who was somewhat relentless in his authenticity, down to importing a pizza-maker from across the Atlantic.

Now, this is Italian cuisine

View Original Article Wed, 23 Jul 2014 12:57:12 GMT

Hey, Baltimore, in the mood for Italian tonight? How about a nice veal piccata or chicken Parmigiana with a side of linguine? Instead, we're having pork cheeks with celeriac puree and pea shoots, a local melon salad with peaches, red onions and brioche croutons, and spinach tagliatelle tossed with blue crab meat and ... buttered popcorn.

Giovanni's Kitchen Has Quality of the Hill without the Bill: Review

View Original Article Wed, 23 Jul 2014 11:52:35 GMT

Giovanni's Kitchen Hours: 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Several years ago, my friend and I got all gussied up and treated ourselves to dinner at Giovanni's on the Hill .

 


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