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]
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Sicilian mixed topping of herbs, garlic and olive oil for fish.
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.