Results tagged with 'liguria'
Published Oct. 5, 2013
Whether you cook or like to be cooked for, there's no better comfort food than one passed down in your family from generation to generation. This Dining Month, we asked our own writers to contribute our family recipes. Here's what we came up with.
Published Oct. 22, 2011
When I arrived in Asti late one night a week before Christmas a few years ago, the first thing I did after dropping my bag at the hotel was go out in search of some farinata. This baked pancake-like dish is made with chick pea flour, olive oil, salt and water and when baked in a wood fired oven, it's magic.
Published Oct. 14, 2008
I'm a traditionalist when it comes to the classic dishes. Therefore, for me, pesto is made from basil, olive oil, cheese, garlic, pine nuts and salt. There is no sunflower oil, I don't replace the pine nuts with my beloved hazelnuts, I don't ditch the basil and add cilantro.
Published Sept. 4, 2007
So often, I start a project with great gusto, yet for some reason, lose interest along the way and fail to complete it.