Got Milk? Then You Got Ricotta in Less Than an Hour!

What happens when you find the perfect ricotta recipe and there’s none to be found? Solution! Make your own! Yes, you can do it! I’ve done it several times and actually prefer the creamy texture and smooth, soft, rich taste to any store bought. I’d like to share a simple recipe courtesy of one of…

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Sicilian Sausage Gravy & Crisp Vegetables Over Toasted Bruschetta

A Sicilian-inspired dish offering many colors and flavors that exist under the Sicilian sun. This Italian twist on traditional Southern fare takes minimal prep and few ingredients. Yet, the taste leaves you dreaming of a market place stroll around the the narrow, medieval streets of Palermo. It’s THAT good! Serve with eggs over easy and Italian style…

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Ciabatta Bread the Pane of all Pane

Ciabatta Bread  There are few things as fragrant and flavorful as fresh baked bread! The aroma of baking bread brings back memories of hearth and home and the warmth and love provided there. The spongy inner crumb and crusty outer layer makes this bread suitable for all needs; it is superb sandwich bread, amazing toasted,…

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The “Sandwich” by Any Other Name…

        Old, but New – Panini, Crostini & Bruschetta As I mention in yesterday’s post, throughout the past, we Italians have always eaten bread with everything. In the history of Italian breads the concepts of a sandwich or as some know them “sangwich or samwich” most likely started out as peasant fare….

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