The original way to make carbonara. With simple ingredients, it is still a popular traditional tasty dish.
Food and wine from Italy.
A classic dressing for all types of salads that can double as a marinade for meat. This is a vinaigrette with parsley, basil, and oregano, garlic and, to taste, a little lemon juice.
A delicious recipe for days without meat, and a success because nearly everyone loves pasta.
Everyone seems to love Italian food. One favorite is Italian baked ziti. Pasta, tomato sauce, cheese, what's not to love? Unfortunately though, it can be quite expensive and inconvenient to visit an Italian restaurant when craving a plate of authentic Italian baked ziti if you are in the wrong part of the world. With a few simple steps, you and your family can be enjoying that delicious plate of baked ziti at home.
Who doesn't love pizza? Whether your eight or eighty, everyone seems to enjoy a good slice, or two, of authentic Italian pizza. Many variations of pizza have popped up over the years, but it all began with a basic cheese pizza. Because of the popularity of pizza today, it can be quite expensive. Even for just a "basic" tomato and cheese pizza. Wouldn't you just love to be able to recreate that fabulous pizza taste right from your very own kitchen? Well, it is truly not that difficult and not even that expensive.
Pasta e fagioli is an old Italian stew that the peasants ate because it was easy to make, inexpensive, and hearty. Serve with crusty Italian bread.
Everyone loves Italian tomato sauce. It is found on many different authentic Italian dishes such as spaghetti, pizza, ziti, lasagna, etc. Thankfully, you don't have to come from Italy or have a little Italian nonna to make a great tomato sauce. This is a simple recipe that will have you singing "That's Amore" and friends and family thinking you have been taking secret cooking lessons.