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Sis’s Soup with Little Meatballs (Minestra con Polpettine) Sis’s Soup with Little Meatballs (Minestra con Polpettine) By from the Bartolini kitchens 02/15/12 15:38 You might recall that last December, I demonstrated how to make quadretti, a small, square-shaped pasta. At some point, I mentioned Mom using this pasta in soup to nurse me back to health but that my Sister remembered differently. She recalled … Continue...
Baked Whiting — Merluzzo al Forno Baked Whiting — Merluzzo al Forno By from the Bartolini kitchens 12/12/12 07:12 Today’s recipe comes from a half-century ago, a time when television shows were only broadcast in black and white; when a trip to the airport was something eagerly anticipated; when all (US) phones had a dial and many of those … Continue reading →
Pappardelle with Spinach, Mascarpone and Pecorino Romano Cheeses Pappardelle with Spinach, Mascarpone and Pecorino Romano Cheeses By from the Bartolini kitchens 04/25/12 07:05 Last month, I posted instructions for making mascarpone cheese at home. Within that post, I included pictures of suggested uses for the cheese. One of those dishes pictured is today’s recipe, pappardelle with spinach, mascarpone, and Pecorino Romano cheese....
A Taster’s Mom’s Creamed Corn A Taster’s Mom’s Creamed Corn By from the Bartolini kitchens 11/14/11 21:43 Anyone who has cooked Thanksgiving dinner a few years in succession will understand my problem. So will anyone that dines at the same Thanksgiving table for several years. The problem is boredom, for lack of a better word. My Thanksgiving … Continue reading...
Ravioli dei Bartolini Ravioli dei Bartolini By from the Bartolini kitchens 10/10/11 16:19 Happy Columbus Day everyone! And what better way to celebrate the Holiday than to share one of the Bartolini Clan’s favorite holiday recipes. Say the word “ravioli” to any of the old 2-flat’s former residents and you’re sure to conjure … Continue reading...
Aunt Mary’s Apple Cake Aunt Mary’s Apple Cake By from the Bartolini kitchens 11/06/13 07:26 Torta di Mele di Zia Mariolla This is one of the recipes I brought home with me following my last visit with Zia but its path to this blog is nowhere near as direct as that statement makes it sound. … Continue reading →
Strozzapreti Pasta Strozzapreti Pasta By from the Bartolini kitchens 01/11/12 16:08 Throughout much of modern history, the Italian language has had fewer words in its lexicon than most other languages, and that includes its cousins, the Romance languages. Granted, the gap has lessened over the last century but the fact that … Continue...
This Recipe has Legs: Strangozzi Pasta with Octopus This Recipe has Legs: Strangozzi Pasta with Octopus By from the Bartolini kitchens 10/16/13 07:16 Strangozzi al Polipi Recently, our good friend Tanya, of Chica Andaluza fame, shared a recipe for Carpaccio of Octopus. (Do check out that recipe and, while you’re at it, take a few minutes to explore the rest of her fantastic blog.) I’d not … Continue...
Basic Meat Sauce — Sugo con Carne Basic Meat Sauce — Sugo con Carne By from the Bartolini kitchens 01/16/13 07:07 Odd, isn’t it? The part of each post that will give us trouble. Last week it was the photos and labels. Just how many pictures does one need of meat & vegetables floating in water? And do I call it … Continue reading →
Quadretti Pasta and the Fairy Hobmother’s Gift Quadretti Pasta and the Fairy Hobmother’s Gift By from the Bartolini kitchens 12/07/11 15:36 Most of us have warm and fuzzy memories of being nursed back to health by a loving caregiver, usually Mom, who served us a cup or bowl of soup. And you parents reading this are sure to have equally warm … Continue reading →
2 Brie are a Breeze 2 Brie are a Breeze By from the Bartolini kitchens 11/07/11 17:35 With Thanksgiving approaching fast, I thought that I’d share a few of the recipes that I’ve prepared over the years on Turkey Day. Let’s start with 2 baked brie recipes, one sweet and the other savory. As a child, our … Continue reading →
Roasted Mackerel with Potatoes and Tomatoes Roasted Mackerel with Potatoes and Tomatoes By from the Bartolini kitchens 02/05/14 09:05 Scombro Arrostito con Patate e Pomodori I’m back and the kitchens are open! Thank you all for the birthday and well-wishes. I had a wonderful birthday and, though there’s more to come, I’ll leave that reveal for a later date. … Continue reading →
Egg-Filled Ravioli Egg-Filled Ravioli By from the Bartolini kitchens 12/11/13 08:44 Uova da Raviolo Although my family made plenty of ravioli, only two filling recipes were prepared, one for ravioli served in tomato sauce and the other for cappelletti served in soup. I’ve been told that Mom and Zia experimented with … Continue reading...
Baked Haddock Baked Haddock By from the Bartolini kitchens 06/05/13 07:27 Eglefini al Forno Today’s recipe once again calls upon my family’s breading mixture to keep the fish fillet moist as it adds flavor to the dish. There really is no need for me to explain the breading much more than … Continue reading →
Gnocchi with Lemon, Spinach, and Burrata Gnocchi with Lemon, Spinach, and Burrata By from the Bartolini kitchens 01/30/13 07:07 If you came here expecting to find a recipe for those tasty little Italian potato dumplings, well, SURPRISE! The gnocchi of today’s post are a type of pasta and have nothing to do with their namesake other than a similar shape. … Continue reading →
Beef Short Ribs Beef Short Ribs By from the Bartolini kitchens 03/21/12 06:09 Short ribs weren’t on the menu when I was growing up. No, I had to wait until I was well past my youth, living here in Chicago, to discover them and even then it was purely coincidental. I had just moved … Continue reading →
Eggplant Parmesan Eggplant Parmesan By from the Bartolini kitchens 03/14/12 06:36 Order the cannoli! Put the biscotti in the oven! Chill the prosecco! St. Joseph’s Feast Day is just around the corner! Across Italy and certainly throughout Sicily, as well as in many Italian-American households and communities around our own country, next...
Roast Pork with Fennel Roast Pork with Fennel By from the Bartolini kitchens 01/04/12 15:39 My last few posts have been pretty much dedicated to dishes served over the Holidays. Today’s recipe, Porchetta con Finnocchio, is yet another of those dishes and was served not just around Christmas but whenever there was reason to celebrate. … Continue...
Garlic Mashed Potatoes Garlic Mashed Potatoes By from the Bartolini kitchens 11/21/11 18:11 As I’ve mentioned in my last posts, I’m on a campaign to vary Thanksgiving dinners at my place. I do realize, however, that there is only so much leeway to be had. I wouldn’t swap out the turkey for some … Continue reading →
Gorgonzola and Honey Bruschette Gorgonzola and Honey Bruschette By from the Bartolini kitchens 11/11/11 15:14 This is probably my all-time favorite bruschetta recipe. Not only does it blend salty with sweet, it couldn’t be easier to prepare, a big plus when you’re trying to get a large holiday dinner on the table. Being so simple, … Continue reading →
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