DeLallo Eats – Tips & Techniques


How To: Easy Homemade Pizza Crust

Step-By-Step Guide to Using Our Pizza Dough Kit Simple ingredients: DeLallo’s Italian Pizza Dough Kit is everything you need (type 00 flour + yeast). Simply add water. What’s type 00 flour? you

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How To: Cook Perfect Pasta

Cooking pasta is as easy as boiling water, but cooking pasta correctly is about paying attention to detail. You can help your pasta dish to be its best by knowing

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How To: The Perfect Salad

Really, the idea of building the perfect salad sounds easy enough. Lettuce, check. Veggies, check. Something crunchy, check. Dressing, check. But what kind of lettuce? Which fresh produce items should

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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

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Olive Branch with Olives and Oil

How to Store Your Olive Oil

From simple salad dressings to savory sautés, extra virgin olive oil has found its way into the hearts and recipes of chefs and at-home chefs alike. With its numerous health

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Baked Parmesan 101

From the cheesy baked dish to the innovative sandwich version, it’s clear everyone loves the cheesy, crispy fried goodness of Baked Parmesan recipes. We wanted to share some insights and

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Cooking with Tomatoes

This article explores the argument of fresh tomatoes versus their canned counterpart. When is fresh preferred? What are the drawbacks of using canned? Both taste and texture all depend on

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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 associations. In ancient mythology, the nine

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Canning Tomatoes for Passata

The pleasure of eating tomatoes from your own garden all year-round requires the delightfully messy and fun operation called passata, canning cooked pureed tomatoes. Once upon the time, there were

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