Perfectly Panettone

Is panettone bread or cake? What's in panettone? How do you eat panettone? Discover the history of panettone and the answers to all of your panettone questions.
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Slow-Braised Ossobuco

Made with cross-cut shanks of beef or veal, this is one Italy's most renowned (and of course delicious) braises. Serve with risotto, cripsy prosciutto and Grana Padano. Discover what you've been missing.
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Busiate alla Trapanese

Not all pestos are green. Pesto comes from the Italian word Pestare, meaning to grind. In Sicily, the most famous pesto is pesto allá trapanese, from the Mediterranean town of Trapani, Sicily. Adding tomatoes and swapping pine nuts for almonds, Sicilians took the pesto alla genovese and made a dish that's uniquely their own.
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Chef Series: Limone Market

Enjoy this delicious Casarecce pasta dish with sausage, peppers, and fennel. An approachable and familiar recipe with a little twist of toasted breadcrumbs with wild fennel. Sausage and peppers are Italian-American classics, which result in a comforting and satisfying dish, especially for a fall night when a chill starts to creep in the air.
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Insalata Caprese

Summer’s bounty brings an abundance of fresh and flavorful tomatoes to be savored in a variety of dishes. The pomodoro is a blessing of the season and a staple of Sicilian cuisine, one of the first regions of Italy to incorporate the tomato into its food. This classic Caprese recipe features the perfect balance of rich, salty, sweet, and savory.
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Chef Series: Meatballs From The Market Maui

Our partner The Market Maui, located in Wailea, Maui, shares the recipe for their ever-popular Market Meatballs featuring Bona Furtuna organic olive oil, Aglio E Oglio Herb Blend, and Wild Foraged Fennel Pollen. Buon appetito!
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