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DeLallo Eats

Welcome to DeLallo’s blog, your resource for new how-to’s and cooking tips to step by step instructions for gourmet entertaining. Don’t forget to share with us your creations using the hashtag #DeLalloEats!

DeLallo Eats

Welcome to DeLallo’s blog, your resource for new how-to’s and cooking tips to step by step instructions for gourmet entertaining. Don’t forget to share with us your creations using the hashtag #DeLalloEats!

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How To: Homemade Fresh Pasta

Recipe: Fresh Italian Egg Pasta My mother never measured anything… especially flour when it came to making pasta. Each time we made pasta, I would have my little notebook out and

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Orecchiette with Beans & Pancetta

Fava Beans, The Green Protein

Fava beans are a centuries-old, archetypal “fast food” that used to be eaten in the fields, sustaining men and women working up to twelve hours in rugged conditions, keeping them going

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All About Bolognese

Bolognese sauce (ragù alla Bolognese) is, first and foremost, a meat sauce. Anyone who has ancestral ties to Italy, and most especially to Bologna in the Emilia-Romagna region, will be

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Pasqua: Easter in Italy

Celebrating Easter, or Pasqua, is one of the most joyous occasions of the year. Everyone, regardless of religious persuasion, enjoys this springtime banquet. Flowers seem to magically pop up everywhere, the

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Perciatelli all'Amatriciana

How To: Sauce and Serve Pasta

Behind every great pasta is a great sauce. But it’s not just the sauce’s flavor that matters, but when and how the sauce and come together. Correctly saucing your pasta is the

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All About Beans

Boasting a long list of health benefits, beans are a great option for warmer weather dishes, like salads and spreads, as well as a hearty addition to winter preparations, often

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Molise, Italy

The second-smallest region in Italy, Molise was until the early 1960s considered part of the region of Abruzzo. Bordered on the east by the Adriatic Sea, Molise shares the rest

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