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The crunch factor in pasta – The Game of Love

The Chilean poet and Nobel Prize winner Pablo Neruda saw fit to pen a poem hailing tomatoes (“Ode to Tomatoes”) and I have added it at the end of this post in case any one wants to read it. I … Continue reading

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Aubergine cutlets – Cotoletta di melanzana al pecorino

I love the word ‘cutlet’, it has such a nice, comforting old-fashioned ring to it.  The word is used here, I believe, to remind us that although the cutlet in question is actually made up of a vegetable (the aubergine) … Continue reading

Posted in Contorni and/or side dishes, italian home food, Secondi (main course, usually meat based), Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , | 5 Comments