Sweet, acidic, and jammy, tomatoes confit in Extra Virgin Olive Oil elongate the life of the sun-sweetened fruit, and make for an exceptional sauce. Serve over whipped yogurt as an appetizer, spread into your favorite sandwich, or as a side to grilled beef.
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.
Created in the eastern Sicilian city of Catania, Pasta alla Norma is quintessential Sicilian cuisine. While the recipe may vary depending on the household, the core ingredients of this classic remain the same: eggplant, basil, tomatoes and a wonderfully salty ricotta salata.
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.
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.