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Audrey July 27, 2014
All-time favorite Italian dish is an easy one for me: panna cotta. I've yet to try my hand at making it, but I know I'm a pro at eating it!
NDavid July 26, 2014
An unbelievably luscious porchetta in Umbria made with an entire pig and seasoned with the wild fennel and herbs found on the same farm the pig was raised on. All washed down with unlabeled young white wine and apricots with amaretti for desert. Flawless
CarlaCooks July 26, 2014
It's hard to beat fresh from the oven bread, great grassy olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and freshly cracked pepper!
BonEllen July 26, 2014
Chicken cacciatore! When I was growing up, I would get so excited when mom made chicken cacciatore from her old Alexander Pope cookbook.
Rita July 25, 2014
Veal parmagiana, with homemade spinach pasta and Marcella hazan's tomato sauce, so heavenly...
Daniel O. July 25, 2014
Mmmm. Eggplant Parmagiano. Dipping, breading, and baking the eggplant slices before assembling the dish with tomatoes and cheese is worth the effort!
Terry H. July 25, 2014
Salsa di Tonno ( tunny fish sauce) with spaghetti ala Elizabeth David from Italian Food. Simple and gratifying!
PieceOfLayerCake July 25, 2014
Risotto...easily. Its probably my signature dish and I've made dozens of varieties from a tried and true Milanese, to a wild mushroom to charred corn with portobellos (recipe on my profile ;)). Other than that, gnocchi arrabbiata, carbonara (without a drop of cream), and braised meats over creamy polenta. Asking me to choose is next to impossible, really.
Mike G. July 25, 2014
It has to be Pasta Puttanesca. The truly authentic recipe makes incredible aromas come from the kitchen.
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