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For an elegant #cookout, on the 4th of July or any time!
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If you want to make a big impression at your next cookout, try an Italian grigliata mista di carne , or mixed grilled meats platter.
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Summer's here and you know what that means... ICE CREAM!
Let’s continue our exploration of Italian frozen desserts. We have already gone over the basic recipe for the elegant sorbetto, so today we’ll take a look at the basic recipe for everyone’s favorite summer dessert: ice cream! The Italian version ...
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Incredible as it may seem, after nearly six years of blogging—my blogiversary is coming up later this month—I realize I’ve never written a post about cannelloni. That’s an incredible omission, since cannelloni is probably the easiest stuffed pasta you can…
In this light vegetarian version, the cannelloni are stuffed with a mixture of ricotta and spinach and topped with a light tomato sauce.
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Probably the best known asparagus dish in the Italian repertoire... and it's no wonder why!
-*+Asparagi alla milanese, or Milanese asparagus, might just be the best known asparagus dish in the Italian repertoire. True to its Northern roots, it features butter and cheese, whose sweetness is the perfect offset to the somewhat astringent, slightly grassy ...
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It may come as a surprise that this famous, elegant dessert from the Piemonte region of Italy is so very easy to make. Panna cotta, or “cooked cream”, is nothing but warmed (not actually cooked) cream sweetened with sugar and infused with vanilla, then…
It may come as a surprise that panna cotta, literally "cooked cream", the famous, elegant dessert from the Piemonte region of Italy, is so easy to make.
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To many people the idea of pairing pasta and potatoes comes as a shock. Carbs with carbs? And in these carb-phobic times, it’s not only unheard of, it sounds down right unhealthy. Well, healthy or not, this iconic Neapolitan dish in true cucina povera…
Pasta and potatoes is a tribute to the Italian frugality and talent for making something delicious out of the humblest of ingredients.
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Here’s a sweet that’s so simple you could almost describe it as a non-recipe: Chocolate Covered Figs—dried figs stuffed with almonds and dipped in dark chocolate. It’s a combination that was truly meant to be, in my opinion far more appealing than the…
Chocolate Covered Figs—dried figs stuffed with almonds and dipped in dark chocolate—is a combination that was truly meant to be.
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We all know that breaded cutlets and chops, whether veal, pork, lamb or—that all American favorite—chicken, make for awesome eating. But did you know that vegetables can prepared as cutlets, too? And if you ask me, eggplants are the perfect veg for the…
Eggplant Cutlets are just as satisfying as their meat cousins: perfectly round, golden brown and crispy on the outside, meltingly soft on the inside.
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Grilling season is baaack! Here's our step to step guide to grilling the perfect Florentine Steak. 
-*+One does not always associate steak with Italian cooking, but one of the glories of Tuscan cuisine is, indeed, a simply prepared Porterhouse steak, grilled rare, over a wood fire: bistecca alla fiorentina, or literally Steak Florentine. The dish is so ...
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Supplì (Roman Rice Croquettes)

Supplì —deep fried rice croquettes—are a classic Roman antipasto. Along with olive ascolane (meat stuffed olives), they are a fixture on pizzeria menus all over town, a little something to nibble on while you wait for your pizza. Supplì are obviously very…
Supplì —deep fried rice croquettes filled with mozzarella—are a classic Roman antipasto, a fixture on pizzeria menus all over town.
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Val d’Aosta is a tiny region nestled among the Italian Alps in the northwest corner of Italy, at the intersection of France, Switzerland and Italy. It is the smallest and least populous region of Italy, and French is one of its official languages, along…
Carbonade valdostana may sound like other beef stews, but its use of butter, herbs and spices lends it a mellow but intriguing flavor well worth trying out.
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It is said that the three pillars of Puglia’s agriculture are wheat, wine and olives, and all three make their way into this simple but tasty Puglian snack. Flour, white wine and olive oil are mixed to make a simple dough, formed into rings and, much like…
Taralli are a simple but tasty snack made with flour, wine and olive oil made into a simple dough, formed into rings, simmered and baked til golden brown.
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  • New York University School of Law
    JD, 1983
  • Brown University
    BA, magna cum laude, 1976 - 1980
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Lawyer by day, cook by night
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I’m an international lawyer by day, but when I get home at night, there’s nothing I like better to do than cook. I write one of the better known Italian food blogs on the web, Memorie di Angelina

I’ve always loved to cook, ever since I was barely tall enough to peer over the top of a stove. Cooking is the best way I know to unwind from a stressful day’s work. And sharing the dishes I make is a profound way to connect with friends and loved ones.

You can read more about me on the About page of my blog Memorie di Angelina.
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  • International Fund for Agricultural Development
    Special Adviser to the Vice President
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Irresistible y FÁCIL receta de pollo a la crema
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No se qué te parezca a tí, pero soy de la idea de que cuando un hombre cocina de verdad, no hay quien se le pare al lado. Tal es el caso...

Entra en calor con esta FÁCIL receta de estofado de carne de res con tub...
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Focaccia al rosmarino (Rosemary Flat Bread)
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Gelato: The Basic Recipe
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The ABCs of Making Risotto
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