Food Travels Through Italy
A Steak Pizzaiola Even A Roman Can LoveThis is my version of steak pizzaiola, it's tasty, easy to make and is pretty enough for a dinner party.
Siena Style Pork RoastWe visited a farm in Chianti/Siena area, for lunch they served an Arista di Cinta Senese (white belted pig roast). Very simple and delicious, you can be proud to serve it to family or guests.
Polenta with Garfagnana SauceThe Apuan Alps are a special place and the cuisine there is amazing. Formenton polenta come from an 8 row corn varietal that grows in this region. Regular polenta can be substituted.
Chianti Marinated Pork RibsAfter visiting the Chianti region we were inspired to come up with a recipe that would highlight the wine.
Truffled Pasta (Tagliatelle Al Tartufo)After going truffle hunting in Tuscany we needed to figure out what to do with all the truffles.
Tagliatelle With Guanciale and TrevisanoAnother recipe inspired by Tuscany and the wonderful produce and pork product.
Lardo Wrapped Pork Tenderloin With Roasted Potatoes And Swiss ChardLardo is a speciality of Colonnata, in the marble hills of the Apuan Alps. It's basically cured lard. If you're in an area where it's not available you can substitute bacon.
Who doesn't enjoy Italian food? Come with us as we travel through Italy and create authentic (and not so authentic) recipes from the fresh ingredients we purchase directly from producers.
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