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Cooking with an Italian Accent
Mackerel Fest, Sicilian Style
Toni shares a Sicilian recipe for poaching mackerel in olive oil fragrant with rosemary, bay leaves, garlic and peppercorn.
Shirred Egg with Olive Oil, to Warm a Winter Night
Fall harvest Italian olive oil showcases shirred eggs at both breakfast and dinner.
Breakfast for One, Italian Style
Enjoy a recipe for Lemony Carrot Jam, which can be served for breakfast over a thin layer of ricotta on crusty country-style toasted bread.
Prosciutto: A Natural, Topped with Linguine and Pesto
A few ounces of prosciutto can make a gourmet ham and cheese sandwich, strew torn pieces over a salad or hot pizza slice, or add strips to an omelet or frittata.
Radicchio Stars in a Winter Risotto
A perfect solo meal for a chilly night, this risotto features nutrient-rich radicchio, a member of the chicory family that Veneto growers are marketing as “the winter flower.”
Why Anchovies Deserve a Second Chance
Anchovies from Camogli, a fishing village on Italy’s Ligurian coast, were split open by fishermen and deftly stripped out of their tiny, neatly formed skeletons. A recipe for Linguine with Anchovy Sauce is included.
Parmigiano Reggiano: A Staple for Solo Cooks
Although used most commonly for grating over spaghetti or risotto, think Grilled Ribeye Tagliata on Arugula Salad for that block of cheese.
Eggplant Shines in a Solo Spaghetti Dinner
Because of the different sizes of eggplant, this tasty vegetable can also work for solo cooking.
Fresh Take: Tuscan Tomato & Bread Salad
You can enjoy this version of Panzanella, a tomato and bread salad, originally from Tuscany.
Grilled Lamb Chops, in Mint Condition
Oil, salt, pepper and fresh herbs, such as mint, make these Grilled Lamb Chops with Fresh Mint special.
Coping with the Blues, as in Blueberries
Devour this summertime treat by the handful or with cereal, oatmeal, yogurt, ice cream or in this classic salad called Blueberry-Mango Macedonia.