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Recipes by Frank Fariello

Garofolato (Roman Pot Roast)

Garofolato (Roman Pot Roast)

Northern Italians may have their brasato, and Tuscans their stracotto, but Romans have their own version of pot roast, which they call Garofolato.…

Jan 2015
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Riso e lenticchie (Rice and Lentils)

Riso e lenticchie (Rice and Lentils)

I love lentils. My favorite pasta when I was growing up was the pasta e lenticchie (Pasta and Lentils) Angelina…

Jan 2015
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Sciatt (Buckwheat Cheese Fritters)

Sciatt (Buckwheat Cheese Fritters)

Sciatt are cheese-filled buckwheat fritters from the Valtellina, the same region where the buckwheat pasta…

Jan 2015
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Biancomangiare (Blancmange)

Biancomangiare (Blancmange)

A dish dating back to the Middle Ages, biancomangiare, meaning ‘white dish’, is a simple cooked dessert, essentially milk infused with spices and…

Dec 2014
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Cinghiale in agrodolce (Sweet and Sour Wild Boar)

Cinghiale in agrodolce (Sweet and Sour Wild Boar)

Genuine Italian cookery generally has straight-forward taste profiles. As I’ve said before, one of the best…

Dec 2014
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Zuppa pavese (Pavia Style Soup)

Zuppa pavese (Pavia Style Soup)

A humble soup in the cucina povera tradition, zuppa pavese from the Lombardy city of Pavia has a regal history behind it. Legend has it that French…

Nov 2014
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Crostini di fegatini (Tuscan Chicken Liver Crostini)

Crostini di fegatini (Tuscan Chicken Liver Crostini)

Crostini di fegatini—bread slices topped with a savory chicken liver paste—are the iconic Tuscan antipasto. In…

Nov 2014
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Frittelle di mele (Tyrolean Apple Fritters)

Frittelle di mele (Tyrolean Apple Fritters)

I’ve written about before—I don’t have much of a sweet tooth. Dessert at home is usually a piece or two of…

Nov 2014
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Verza stufata (Braised Savoy Cabbage)

Verza stufata (Braised Savoy Cabbage)

With all the focus today on trendy vegetables like kale and Brussels sprouts, we tend to forget about good old…

Nov 2014
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Trippa alla romana (Roman-Style Tripe)

Trippa alla romana (Roman-Style Tripe)

Tripe was once a common part of the Italian diet, and no where more so than Rome. The inhabitants of the…

Oct 2014
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