I remember my first tramezzino.
We were out-skirting the Northern edge of Parma in a silver Fiat Panda on our way to a quaint place called Bagnacavallo. We made a pit stop at an Autogrill, my first brush with Italy’s famed road side stop.
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When you’ve dragged yourself from the dredges of winter and you feel the first rays of sunshine warm your cheeks or catch a flutter of a breeze accented with the grass clippings, you know it’s the perfect time to make a big salad for dinner. Keep Reading!
As temps inch their way up and sunny days outnumber the grey ones, asparagus begins to bare their tender shoots – a sure sign of spring. …!
To me, pita bread is like a plate. Layer on an assortment of toppings and tear, roll or slice like a pizza and eat. Keep Reading!
Slurp your way to warmth and health with this nourishing Asian-inspired soup. Don’t be afraid to stray from the recipe; open your fridge, use what’s on hand and experiment! If you’re a meat-eater go ahead and replace the tofu with free range pork, stir fried until brown and crispy. No watercress? Try spinach or another leafy green. Use what you have on hand and don’t worry you can’t go wrong with this soup! Keep Reading!