Wild Mushroom Risotto

Foraging for mushrooms is ritualistic and requires immense patience. After hours spent tromping through mushroom territory, you may come home bearing pounds, ounces, or none of the marvelous treasure. Filled with the earthy nuances of wild fungi, this mushroom risotto balances rich textures with umami flavors with a bright pop of lemon, fresh herbs, and aromatic fennel pollen. A wonderful dish to serve throughout the year, it is particularly nice during the holiday season.
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Feast of the Seven Fishes

Some cook seven courses; some just put seven types of seafood in a stew and call it a feast. Many families abide by their own traditions, but all Italian-Americans can agree that seafood is a part of Christmas Eve. The ancient tradition of eating fish on Christmas Eve dates back to the Roman Catholic belief to abstain from meat and dairy produc...
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Chef Series: Casarecce with Sausage, Peppers & Fennel

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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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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