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Linguine with Summer Pesto recipe

Summer Pesto sauce

Pesto with tomatoes: a raw fresh sauce for the hot season Uncooked sauces: just perfect during hot summer. They are thick and mellow and save intact the flavor of each ingredient. Although a traditional pesto should be made patiently mashing ingredients in a mortar one little piece at the time – a job that can […]

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Parmigiana: the quintessence of Italian cooking!

People, the Parmigiana! Please, stand up! The quintessence of Italian cooking! An archetype. Any attempt at describing it with common words would break the enchantment its names can conjure  and the pathos it arouses. The silver bullet against any nutritionist, the crucifix that vaporizes any dietician… A bit carried away? May be… but the thing of the […]

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Spaghetti “Aglio, olio e peperoncino”
“Garlic, oil and chili pepper” spaghetti

This is my very first post ever. And I couldn’t start with a better recipe than this: spaghetti aglio, olio e peperoncino. This is one of the simplest and most genuine italian dishes. It’s very cheap: ingredients are easy to buy in any supermarket, and they are usually always available in any italian kitchen. It’s […]

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