Saltimbocca alla Romana

This recipe comes courtesy of our friends at Eating Italy. We made it during our a cooking class while we in Rome – Cooking With Nonna (Grandmother). The name of the dish translates loosely to “Jump In Your Mouth” celebrating the full flavors of this dish. Ingredients: 8 veal cutlets 8 slices prosciutto 8 sage leaves flour spread on […]
Cimi I Tomba

Tossa De Mar Fisherman’s Stew

 CIM I TOMBA This dish has its origins in Tossa De Mar, a small community in the Costa Brava Region of Spain. Fisherman who needed to stay at sea for several days would prepare this dish with the leftover pieces and parts of the fish from their catch. The name implies the technique used to […]
Spaghetti Pancetta

Spaghetti with Pancetta, Pecorino and Arugula

This is a fun, easy adaptable recipe inspired by our time in Italy. The key is to use just a few ingredients and make sure that they are fresh and full of flavor. We chose Pancetta bacon because it’s easy to find and inexpensive in Italy, but crumbled bacon would work too. Pecorino cheese is preferred […]
Jewish Style Artichokes

Jewish Style Artichokes

Jewish Style Artichokes are a staple in Roman cuisine when the favored choke is in season. Here’s a simple recipe to make them at home courtesy of Eating Italy. Like with most Italian cuisine, the number of ingredients is small, while the flavor is large. CARCIOFI ALLA GIUDIA  (Jewish Style Artichokes) Prep time: 20 minutes • […]
Tiramisu Recipe

Tiramisu – Delicious and Easy to Make

This recipe comes courtesy of Eating Italy from their “Cooking with Nonna” class. The impressive smooth and creamy dessert is packed with flavor without being too sweet – and is so easy to make. Prep time: 20 minutes and a minimum of 2 hours resting time in refrigerator  Ingredients: 60g / 1⁄4 cup caster/superfine sugar (and an […]