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Cooking With Rosemary

Cooking With Rosemary

Cooking With Rosemary Throughout history and literature, rosemary (rosmarino, in Italian) has been associated with a variety of qualities and virtues, and inspired a host of poetic asso

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Cooking With Bay Leaves

Cooking With Bay Leaves

Cooking With Bay Leaves Sacred to Zeus in ancient Greek mythology, the laurel tree (also known as the bay laurel or the bay tree) is omnipresent in the Mediterranean region. Long before

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Cooking With Basil

Cooking With Basil

Cooking With Basil The leaves of this plant are so delightful and habit-forming, you have to marvel that it hasn’t been made illegal. Basil is undoubtedly the most loved and popul

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How To Make Meatballs

How To Make Meatballs

For most Italian families, spaghetti and meatballs are a no-fuss dish that graces the family dinner table at least once a week. But the tricky thing about learning how to make meatballs is t

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The Best Sauce Recipes

The Best Sauce Recipes

The Best Sauce Recipes The All-Inclusive Best Sauce Recipe Guide In Italian cooking, it’s all about the sauce. True partners in deliciousness, pasta, and sauce go together like&helli

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How To Choose Olive Oil

How To Choose Olive Oil

How To Choose Olive Oil Choosing an olive oil at the grocery store can be a daunting task, but if you follow some basic principles you will find the freshest and the best offered.

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Olive FAQ

Olive FAQ

Olive FAQ Detailed answers to some of the most pressing questions you might have about the extraordinary stone fruit. How are olives made ready to eat? Why do some olives have slices in

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Fresh Herbs And Spices

Fresh Herbs And Spices

When it comes to seasoning your recipes with herbs and spices, we recommend you keep it fresh. Using fresh instead of dried herbs and spices during the cooking process is going to g

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Cooking With Thyme

Cooking With Thyme

One of the many fresh herbs used in many Italian kitchens. The aromatic flavor of thyme complements Southern Italian sauces of hot peppers and eggplants, as well as being a primary herb in so

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Cooking With Sage

Cooking With Sage

“Salve!” is one of the most common ways to greet someone in Italy – more or less the equivalent to “Hi!” in the United States. The Italian word for sage, salvia,

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Cooking with Canned Tomatoes

Cooking with Canned Tomatoes

Cooking with Canned Tomatoes Canned tomatoes are easily one of the most valuable items in your pantry, but which tomatoes work best in your recipe? Do you need fresh tomatoes to make a gre

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