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Recipes by Frank Fariello (Page 8)

Carote al latte (Carrots Braised in Milk)

Carote al latte (Carrots Braised in Milk)

A fine side dish for roasted or braised meats, these carrots are a snap to make. Just combine baby carrots,…

Dec 2012
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Broccoli strascinati (Dry-Sautéed Broccoli)

Broccoli strascinati (Dry-Sautéed Broccoli)

One of things that most fascinates me about cooking is how a very slight change in technique, even using the…

Dec 2012
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Rotolo di Tacchino (Roast Turkey Roll)

Rotolo di Tacchino (Roast Turkey Roll)

Turkey is a popular meat in Italy, often providing a less expensive alternative to veal in dishes ranging from…

Nov 2012
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Pizza di scarola (Escarole Pie)

Pizza di scarola (Escarole Pie)

The word pizza in Italian has a broader meaning than it does in English. Besides the savory disk we all know and love, it also refers to both savory…

Nov 2012
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Trippa con patate (Tripe and potatoes)

Trippa con patate (Tripe and potatoes)

Tripe is one of the most misunderstood parts of the cow. Although classified as an organ meat—part of the…

Nov 2012
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Spiedini e arrosticini (Italian Kabobs)

Spiedini e arrosticini (Italian Kabobs)

Summer may be drawing to a close here in the Northern Hemisphere, but there’s still time to get in some more…

Oct 2012
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Pizzette fritte (Little Fried Pizzas)

Pizzette fritte (Little Fried Pizzas)

I’ve said before and I’ll say it again: is there anything more primally satisfying than fried dough? If there…

Oct 2012
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Scamorza alla piastra (Griddled Scamorza Cheese)

Scamorza alla piastra (Griddled Scamorza Cheese)

Scamorza is a cousin to the more familiar mozzarella. Like its famous relative, scamorza is a cheese made from…

Oct 2012
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Scarola aglio e olio (Sautéed Escarole)

Scarola aglio e olio (Sautéed Escarole)

One of the oldest nicknames for the people of Campania was mangiafoglie, or ‘leaf eaters’, because they were…

Oct 2012
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Columbus Day Special: Chicken Parmesan

Columbus Day Special: Chicken Parmesan

It’s become a tradition on this blog to dedicate a post every Columbus Day to Italian-American dishes like the…

Oct 2012
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