And they called it Maccheroni! Don’t get me started, but the word macaroni is the English spelling of the Italian word maccheroni. In America, macaroni is synonymous with elbow shaped… [Read More]
What’s boring, gray, and has a thousand crow’s feet? That’s right: my 25th class reunion at Colgate University. No, seriously, everyone looked incredibly well preserved (Botox), was in great shape… [Read More]
So we beat on, boats against the current, borne ceaselessly into the past.” Frankly, I am not sure that the story is really a tragedy. Other than his untimely death,… [Read More]
Tastes great, less filling. The breakfast of champions. Low in calories. Rich in antioxidants. Part of a healthy diet. A good source of fiber. Helps support regularity. Supports brain function…. [Read More]
I am happy to announce that red bell peppers will soon be back in season. Full of vitamin C, lycopene and carotene, fresher and sweeter red peppers will soon be… [Read More]
One of the best and most unusual varieties of garlic in Italy. It is known for its large head and light-red membrane, which covers its cloves.
Any dish or condiment made with crushed garlic, bread and vinegar.
Sicilian mixed topping of herbs, garlic and olive oil for fish.