The sweetness of a summer ripe tomato combined with the subtle saltiness of fresh mozzarella is heaven.
In a very small motor boat galley, Kurtis Denison of Hartford likes to whip up fresh ricotta as an appetizer, or to pair with bolognese sauce, also on this page. “There’s just nothing quit like homemade ricotta,” he says. We agree. It’s ridiculously easy, leaving us wondering why we buy it!
From Faith: He’s on a run, our contributor Anthony DeSerio is, using fresh fruit and vegetables in his cocktails, though this time he’s created something that will make the Italians red with envy — Beetal Mania. Featuring beet juice, which is available in the produce section of your supermarket, or a health food store, this drink […]
From Faith: When I asked our new contributor, Connecticut bartender Anthony DeSerio, to come up with a healthy, low-cal cocktail that wouldn’t cost a fortune, he knew just what to do. I love his Bloody Healthy Mary Martini because it’s a riff on an Italian Caprese Salad. How did he come up with it? “If you […]
From Chris Prosperi — This is ridiculously easy to make; it involves chicken, chopped vegetables, corn starch and a slow cooker. In six hours, dinner is served!
When Food Schmooze® listener Danielle Padula sent us this one, we started drooling over the ingredients. Crispy bacon, almonds, dried cranberries, orange zest…and it’s all done on the stove-top. Faith’s sister, Sally, just laughs because Faith insists she’s also bringing this to family Thanksgiving. (That would bring her total to 17 dishes.) (Food Schmooze® listener […]