Blog Archives for tag olive oil

Cacio e Pepe Roasted Potatoes

It’s fun to take your favorite combination of flavorings from a classic dish and transfer those flavors over to another… Continue reading »

‘Baked Herby Carrots’

Just like yesterday’s post, yet another lovely slow-cooked Italian recipe!  I highly recommend the source for both recipes, a cookbook… Continue reading »

‘Striped Bass en Brodo’

Cooking anything en brodo simply means you are cooking it in a flavorful broth.  In Italy, this type of cooking is… Continue reading »

‘Turkey Spaghetti with Cream Sauce’

I highly recommend dog-earring this recipe to use with some of your leftover Holiday turkey! Everyone will swoon over this… Continue reading »

‘Olive Oil Cake’

This cake appears quite simple, when actually it is one of the most fragrant, moist and decadent cakes I know…. Continue reading »

‘Fennel ‘Confit’ with Grilled Lamb’

The culinary term ‘confit’ comes from the French verb confire which means ‘to preserve.’  It involves slowly cooking food, surrounded by… Continue reading »

‘Snapper with Oregano’

When you have a superb piece of fish like this wild red snapper, you don’t need to do much to… Continue reading »

‘Pecan-&-Raisin Parsnips’

This recipe would work very well with a number of root vegetables: turnips, carrots, or even rutabagas come to mind…. Continue reading »

Angel Hair with Ricotta & Tomatoes

The beauty of this summertime pasta is in the creamy, ricotta cheese-coated pasta strands mixed with the bright, fresh flavor… Continue reading »

Saltimbocca

Simple in its ingredients and preparation, yet anything-but-simple in its taste, Saltimbocca is as classic as Italian dishes get.  Simply… Continue reading »