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Farro Cooking Demo in NYC - Feb 15th

Farro Cooking Demo in NYC – Feb 15th

Farro is, by far, my favorite whole grain.  It is versatile and nutty and perfect in soups, salads and or baked as a “pasticcio.” Although farro is showing up in fashionable restaurants and cooking magazines these days, this ancient grain dates back nearly 10,000 years, where it was cultivated in the Near East.  Farro was […]

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All That You Can’t Leave Behind in Abruzzo

All That You Can’t Leave Behind in Abruzzo

After nearly six weeks (and just as many pounds gained) in Abruzzo, I’m back home in New York.  Each time I leave Italy (something I detest), I feel as if I’ve left behind a little bit more of my soul (the dramatic nature of this statement is not lost on me). I gaze out my […]

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Focaccia e Fichi

Focaccia e Fichi

  Blogging from the mountains of Abruzzo has proven a bit trickier than I had anticipated.  Between spotty internet connections and busy days of exploring this magnificent region of “mare e monte,” I haven’t written as many posts as I had intended.  However, rest assured, I’ve collected countless recipes and tasted an infinite number of […]

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