I love mussels. They are an inexpensive form of protein, they cook up quickly, have this lovely subtle sweet, sea taste to them, and because they look like restaurant food but are dead simple to make. When I lived in Northern California we used to go to the beach at low tide and harvest mussels. We would throw them in an ice chest, take them home and cook them up
Bruschetta with fresh, sweet tomatoes, vibrant basil, and a touch of garlic, served on toasted slices of gluten-free bread is one of the best ways to enjoy the bounty of summer. This Gluten-Free Tomato Bruschetta is an ideal appetizer for a summer gathering with friends.
Calabria, “the toe of Italy’s boot,” is a picturesque region in southern Italy, which is famous for its spicy and robust cuisine, emphasizing powerful ingredients like garlic, tomatoes, and red-hot chili peppers. Calabrian cooking strikes a beautiful balance between fresh and preserved ingredients, and between meat-based dishes, vegetables, and fish, all flavored with fragrant herbs.
The cuisine of Sorrento relies heavily on generous seasonings, tomatoes, meats, fish, and cheeses. Potato gnocchi in tomato sauce is one of this region’s most popular comfort foods, perfect on the side of every meat or fish.
Brrr … it’s been COLD here in Florida. And by cold I don’t mean snowing or negative zero, but trust me when I tell you that Florida can get downright chilly and when you combine that with humidity from being almost surrounded by water, you get
Warm up with spicy, flavorful comfort food! This delicious Gluten-Free Penne Arrabbiata is a classic Italian dish you’ll love. Arrabbiata is a spicy pasta sauce made from garlic, tomatoes, and dried red chilies cooked in