Tag Archive: Italian

Coffee, Walnut and Hazelnut Cake

My sincerest apologies for the delay in sharing this post with you all, but this is a last minute contribution to the previous month’s book we were cooking from, The River Cafe Cookbook… Continue reading

September/October: The River Cafe Cookbook by Rose Grey and Ruth Rogers

The next book in our series is still based in the Mediterranean, however we are branching out from breads and baked goods and heading into an Italian inspired cookbook called The River Cafe… Continue reading

Genoa, Anchovies & Potatoes

Originally posted on An Evolving Life:
After arriving home from Italy, I was a happy to learn that this month’s cookbook under review by The Cookbook Guru is The Classic Italian Cookbook by…

Braised Fennel

Originally posted on Sharing The Food We Love:
There is something special about finding yourself a home where you form a good relationship with your neighbours.  Most of my living experiences have consisted…

Where Flavour Starts

Having just gotten my hot little hands on a copy of Marcella Hazan’s The Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking from my local library, I’ve found myself thrilled from page one with the information… Continue reading

Tips for Cooking Pasta

This month we are featuring Marcella Hazan and The  Classic Italian Cookbook.  So much of the food will seem familiar, be it from your own kitchen, or what you’ve experienced at your local… Continue reading

Marcella Hazan’s Chicken Cacciatore

Our first contribution this month comes from Please Pass The Recipe in the form of Chicken Cacciatore. It’s an old classic that is worthy of reliving. Happy Reading and Happy Cooking, Leah

The Cookbook Guru for September: Marcella Hazan’s The Classic Italian Cookbook

This month The Cookbook Guru is travelling to Italy… well our taste buds are, as we learn how to cook authentic Italian delights from a woman who is considered to be responsible with… Continue reading

Swordfish with Tomato, Chilli and Caper sauce.

Originally posted on ALMOST ITALIAN:
           I am calling this Pesce Spada alla Putanesca as it reminds me of Sicily. It was with some reluctance that I decided to throw my recipe…

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