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My Grandmas’ Garbanzo Bean Soup My Grandmas’ Garbanzo Bean Soup By from the Bartolini kitchens 12/17/14 09:47 Minestra del Ceci delle Mie Due Nonne * * * Every year, just before Christmas Eve, I’ve shared a recipe for seafood, often mentioning the Feast of the Seven Fishes when doing so. To that end, next week’s post will … Continue reading →
Agnolotti, Revisited Agnolotti, Revisited By from the Bartolini kitchens 12/10/14 15:15 It’s been brought to my attention that some are having problems accessing my Agnolotti del Plin post of earlier this morning. Here’s a link that is sure to work — I hope. http://fromthebartolinikitchens.com/2014/12/10/today-were-making-agnolotti-del-plin/...
Today We’re Making Agnolotti del Plin Today We’re Making Agnolotti del Plin By from the Bartolini kitchens 12/10/14 09:40 I’ve been fortunate to visit Italy several times and, in the past, my goal was to eat my way up, down, and across the peninsula, Sicily included. Safe to say: “Mission accomplished.” This last visit was different, though, and probably … Continue reading...
Honey, Mustard Honey, Mustard By from the Bartolini kitchens 12/03/14 09:43 The year’s last visit with Zia went very well, though I doubt I’ll ever drive North again when there’s a Polar Vortex rolling South. Once there, we cooked up a storm and 4 of those dishes will make their way … Continue reading →
Happy Birthday – Zia Happy Birthday – Zia By from the Bartolini kitchens 11/29/14 16:42 Originally posted on thekitchensgarden: One of the Fellowship has a birthday today. We call her Zia. She is the Master Memory behind her nephew’s blog From The Bartolini Kitchens. Their food is amazing. Her nephew Chicago John gave his Aunt a…
Happy Thanksgiving Happy Thanksgiving By from the Bartolini kitchens 11/27/14 00:26 * * * Whether one celebrates the Holiday, we all have much to be thankful for. The Chef de Cuisine and Her Sous Chef at The Bartolini Kitchens Wish You All A Memorable Thanksgiving and Wonderful Weekend. * * *
Mom’s Osso Buco Mom’s Osso Buco By from the Bartolini kitchens 11/12/14 08:36 Osso Buco della Mamma Finalmente! It was almost one year ago when I prepared osso buco for Zia and promised you that I would soon post the recipe. Well, that was the plan. As I mentioned last week, Mom didn’t leave … Continue reading →
Crostata Crostata By from the Bartolini kitchens 11/05/14 08:05 “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet.” (Shakespeare, “Romeo and Juliet”) * * * About 3 years ago, I shared a recipe for the Apple Thingamajig, the name resulting from … Continue reading →
Happy Halloween Happy Halloween By from the Bartolini kitchens 10/31/14 07:13 The Kitchens Wish You All A SAFE & HAPPY HALLOWEEN! * * * (Click to enlarge any/all photos) * * * (Comments have been closed to allow you more time for Tricks ‘n Treats.) * * *
Penne with Vodka-Cream Sauce Penne with Vodka-Cream Sauce By from the Bartolini kitchens 10/26/14 17:18 I really cannot recall just when I started making this dish. I do know it was around the time I moved here, to my current home, about 13 or 14 years ago. Being that I was tending bar at the … Continue reading →
Bartolini Roast Goat Bartolini Roast Goat By from the Bartolini kitchens 10/22/14 08:22 Capra dell’Arrosto di Bartolini Today’s recipe is one that comes from mid-last century, maybe earlier, though the actual cut of meat used in this post differs. Here, we roasted a goat shoulder. Back in the day, an entire baby goat … Continue reading →
Black Rice Risotto with Roast Duck and Porcini Mushrooms Black Rice Risotto with Roast Duck and Porcini Mushrooms By from the Bartolini kitchens 10/15/14 08:45 Risotto Venere con Anatra Arrosto e Funghi Porcini This is the second and last post using leftovers from the duck that Zia and I roasted and that I blogged about in early September. Last week was the first when I shared our … Continue reading →
It’s Columbus Day It’s Columbus Day By from the Bartolini kitchens 10/13/14 07:13 * * * Here in the States, today is a holiday set aside to commemorate the “discovery” of America by that navigator from Genoa, Christopher Columbus, or as we call him, Cristoforo Colombo. Two years ago, I shared a musical number with … Continue reading...
Roast Duck Ravioli Roast Duck Ravioli By from the Bartolini kitchens 10/08/14 10:08 Ravioli dell’Anatra di Arrosto She came. She saw. She conquered. The Visitation ended, far too quickly, and Zia is back in Michigan. While here, we met with family and friends, both near and far, new and old. We toured my favorite … Continue reading →
Oatmeal Cookies with Two Chocolates, Dried Cherries, and Almonds Oatmeal Cookies with Two Chocolates, Dried Cherries, and Almonds By from the Bartolini kitchens 09/10/14 08:09 Despite today’s post and a few more on the schedule, I am no baker. I do not bake. It is a classic catch-22. I don’t bake because I make mistakes and I make mistakes because I don’t bake. My experience … Continue reading →
Roast Duck and a Sordid Act Revealed Roast Duck and a Sordid Act Revealed By from the Bartolini kitchens 09/03/14 09:43 Anatra Arrosto As much as I’ve grown to love duck in my adult life, it certainly wasn’t a part of our diet when I was young. In fact, the only memory I have of duck being served took place 40 … Continue reading →
There was Something in the Air … And Fried Chicken was on the Stove Top There was Something in the Air … And Fried Chicken was on the Stove Top By from the Bartolini kitchens 08/27/14 09:00 Yes, there was something in the air, all right, and I’m not talking about leaves changing color in mid-August. Mid-August!!! You see, I had Max groomed the afternoon before we left for Michigan. Lucy would never forgive me if she … Continue reading →
Pistachio Gelato Pistachio Gelato By from the Bartolini kitchens 08/06/14 08:26 Gelato di Pistacchio Those of you that have followed this blog for a while will know that August means 2 things around here. First, it’s a birthday month for quite a few Bartolini (Mom would have been 90 on the … Continue reading →
Spaghetti alla Chitarra all’Amatriciana and My (Not So) Authentic Souvenir from Rome Spaghetti alla Chitarra all’Amatriciana and My (Not So) Authentic Souvenir from Rome By from the Bartolini kitchens 07/30/14 07:30 Now that’s a mouthful, isn’t it? I was talking about the title but the same applies to the dish. It’s one that I was served in Rome and I couldn’t wait to make it at home — but there was … Continue reading →
A Souvenir from Florence: Fried Sage A Souvenir from Florence: Fried Sage By from the Bartolini kitchens 07/23/14 07:36 Salvia Fritti I’m usually not one to bring home many souvenirs from my trips abroad. There were exceptions, of course, but these days I’m more prone to bring home recipes or ideas for enhancing my own. Last week’s garganelli post … Continue reading →
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