Christmas Salt Baked Whole Fish

One of our favorite ways to incorporate fish into a tradition Sicilian Christmas dinner is by baking it to perfection in a dome of salt. Trapping moisture within its crust, salt baking a fish results in delicate, melt in your mouth bites of fish. Serve with our preserved lemon salsa to bring a fresh taste of the Mediterranean to your Christmas table this year.
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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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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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Cacio E Pepe

Easy, creamy and delicious, Cacio E Pepe is literally just cheese (cacio) and black pepper (pepe) and pasta. Call it an adult macaroni and cheese, call it a little bowl from heaven, or call it as it is.
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Sicilian Pizza Rolls

Nothing screams comfort food like Sicilian pizza rolls. These crowd-pleasers will leave everyone satisfied and asking for more.
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Chicken Ditalini Soup

Warm up with a bowl of hearty Chicken Ditalini Soup. Made from scratch with cubes of fresh vegetables, hand-pulled chicken breast, ancient grain Ditalini noodles and slurpy chicken broth, this soup is guaranteed to soothe the soul.
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