Cucina povera, as so much of the cooking in Italy is, too often is translated too literally: poor kitchen. But that’s not a reflection of the food or the people who prepare it. It’s more about making delicious whatever you happen to have around.
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In the mood for a large, warm and satisfying bowl of soup? Try this delicious chicken-miso soup full of fresh herbs and vibrant flavors.
Try these strawberry-almond crumble bars. They are incredibly easy to make and endlessly adaptable to whatever fruit is in season.
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Wow your dinner guests with this dramatic, yet easy to eat stuffed artichoke dish.
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Try this take on this comfort-food favorite! These individualized chicken pot pies with prosciutto and herbs are perfect for the whole family.
Want to know the key to making a great dip? The key is to keep the flavors bold and the texture somewhat thick.
Saucy, cheesy and full of herbs — this stuffed manicotti with coppa and rustic pesto is sure to please.
Rich mascarpone filling with orange zest meets a subtly spiced wafer crust for a light, creamy cheesecake.
Nadine Coyle thinks she and Jason Bell have traditional roles in their home as she mainly does the cooking and he goes shopping.
The author of “Heat” writes of his adventures working in restaurant kitchens in Lyon, France. “So much cooking and eating gets done that Buford’s next book, after ‘Heat’ and ‘Dirt,’ in order to preserve the ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ cadence, should probably be titled ‘Gout,’” wrote New York Times reviewer Dwight Garner. “I admire this book enormously; it’s a profound and intuitive work of immersive journalism.”
Michelle Obama announces new children's cooking show 'Waffles + Mochi' for Netflix.