Carciofi alla Romana

Since the 1400s, artichokes have been a Roman staple, appearing on menus and in homes every spring in abundance. Pan-fried and steamed to perfection, these simple carciofi alla romana bring the flavors of Roman spring straight to your kitchen.
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Pistachio Crusted Cod

Grown on the volcanic foothills of Mount Etna, Sicilian Bronte pistachios are coveted for their stunning appearance and superior quality. Vibrantly green, Bronte pistachios add a sweet and nutty crunch to this stunning pistachio crusted cod.
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Sicilian Tuna Meatballs

In the early days of summer, Sicilian fishermen embark on Mattanza, the ancient practice of driving schools of tuna fish into a carefully arranged system of nets. As a result, tuna is heavily featured in traditional Sicilian fare. Discover the traditional Polpette Di Tonno Fresco recipe featuring Sicilian Tuna Meatballs in our delicious Puttanesca Sauce.
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Wild Mushroom Ragù

Patiently simmering for hours as its contents slowly break down, adding caramelized depth to a saucy medley of flavor, ragus are complex and beautiful. Whether you're cutting back on your meat consumption, are already eating mostly plant based, or are just looking for a quick, easy and delicious ragu, this wild mushroom ragu is for you.
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Braised Lamb Hock

Slowly braised so to fall-off-the-bone, this rich and luscious braised lamb shank can be served over polenta, with roasted potatoes, or alongside your favorite grilled spring vegetables.
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Valentine's Day Beet Ravioli

When we think of romantic dinners for two, visions of dimmed lights, flickering candles, and soft music spring to mind. Why not extend the romance past the enjoyment of a meal to include the preparation? We've put together a delicious, romantic, and playful way to celebrate Valentine's Day together this year.
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Squash Caponata: The Perfect Thanksgiving Side

Bringing influences from Arabia, Greece, Spain, and France, Sicilian caponata is an expression of the islands history. Stewed into a deliciously tangy, sweet and sour agrodolce sauce, eggplant is traditionally the hero of the classic dish. This adaptation swaps eggplant for hearty squash, making it the perfect dish to serve for the holidays.
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5 Best Pizza Combinations We Can't Get Enough Of

Whether you’re throwing together a pizza for one, trying to impress a date, or gathering some friends for game night, there’s always a good reason to make a homemade pizza. Flavor your night right with these artisan pizza topping ideas for a magnificent taste of Italy.
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