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Latest Blog Posts for Memorie di Angelina

  • Cotolette di melanzane (Eggplant Cutlets)We all know that breaded cutlets and chops, whether veal, pork, lamb or—that all American favorite—chicken, make for awesome eating. But did you know that vegetables can prepared as cutlets, too? And if you ask me, eggplants are the perfect ... T...
  • Cannelloni ricotta e spinaci (Spinach and Ricotta Cannelloni)
    on Jun 5, 2015 in pasta primi piatti baked vegetarian
    Incredible as it may seem, after nearly six years of blogging on Italian cooking—my blogiversary is coming up later this month—I realize I’ve never written a post about cannelloni. That’s an incredible omission, since cannelloni is p...
  • Supplì (Roman Rice Croquettes)
    on May 15, 2015 in antipasti Lazio fritti Rice vegetarian
    Supplì —deep fried rice croquettes—are a classic Roman antipasto. Along with olive ascolane (meat stuffed olives), they are a fixture on pizzeria menus all over town, a little something to nibble on while you wait for your pizza. Supplì are ob...
  • Panna cotta
    on May 1, 2015 in dessert Piemonte easy
    It may come as a surprise that this famous, elegant dessert from the Piemonte region of Italy is so very easy to make. Panna cotta, or “cooked cream”, is nothing but warmed (not actually cooked) cream sweetened with sugar and infused w...
  • Carciofi coi piselli (Braised Artichokes and Peas)
    on Apr 24, 2015 in contorno Lazio Spring vegan vegetarian
    Two iconic spring vegetables, artichokes and peas, are braised together with an onion flavor base to make this simple but tasty side dish. Often made with a bit of pancetta and broth, you can omit the pancetta and substitute water for ... The post C...
  • Carbonade valdostanaVal d’Aosta is a tiny region nestled among the Italian Alps in the northwest corner of Italy, at the intersection of France, Switzerland and Italy. It is the smallest and least populous region of Italy, and French is one of ... The post Carbona...
  • Pasta e patate (Pasta and Potatoes)To many people the idea of pairing pasta and potatoes comes as a shock. Carbs with carbs? And in these carb-phobic times, it’s not only unheard of, it sounds down right unhealthy. Well, healthy or not, this iconic Neapolitan dish ... The post P...
  • Taralli pugliesiIt is said that the three pillars of Puglia’s agriculture are wheat, wine and olives, and all three make their way into this simple but tasty Puglian snack. Flour, white wine and olive oil are mixed to make a simple dough, ... The post Taralli...
  • Fichi al cioccolato (Chocolate Covered Figs)Here’s a sweet that’s so simple you could almost describe it as a non-recipe: Chocolate Covered Figs—dried figs stuffed with almonds and dipped in dark chocolate. It’s a combination that was truly meant to be, in my opinion far mo...
  • Welcome to Yummly!
    on Feb 17, 2015 in news reference
    Dear readers, Just a quick note to let you know that, with the demise of ZipList, I’ve moved over to the Yummly Publisher Network.  Like ZipList, Yummly allows you to create your own personal recipe box where you can store ... The post Welcome...
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