Focaccia al Rosmarino

©©©This scrumptious and savory flatbread with a porous and tender crumb is infused and slathered with Extra Virgin Olive Oil and topped with Fresh Rosemary, Coarse Sea Salt, and the best imported Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese you can find. Focaccia al Rosmarino is delicious alone as a snack or appetizer with a glass of wine or served as an […]

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Handmade Egg Pasta – Shaped 9 Ways

How can something so simple be so delicious, but yet few ventures to make their own fresh handmade egg pasta.  Learning to make fresh egg pasta might seem daunting at first, but if you follow the time-tested steps and with a little practice you’ll be making your own fresh pasta too. The alchemy and lore […]

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Italian Peasant Bread

The sweet aroma of whole wheat and corn perfumes the air as the knife breaks through the crisp and crackling crust. The first slice reveals a crumb that is light and airy with a open textured with a few large fermentation bubbles through out the loaf. You can taste subtile sweetness in the bread which is developed in […]

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Detroit Style Pizza

Where have you been all my life? It’s never too late to be introduced to the iconic food(s) of my hometown of Detroit, Michigan. I never knew that Detroit even had its very own style of pizza until I returned to Metro Detroit in 2001 after living in Texas for 17 years. Detroit Style “Square” Pizza […]

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Pizza – Napoli Style!

Have you ever had a wood-fired pizza fresh out of the oven. Steaming hot, the cheese melted into a oozy puddle over rich tomato sauce and fresh basil, the crust bubbled up crisp, tender, and lightly charred with a smoky scent. Oh yeah, and baked under 2 minutes? Now that’s how a true Napoli style […]

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Practically Perfect Pasta

I know we’ve all been there.  You look in your pantry and refrigerator trying to decide, “What’s for dinner?”  This was my predicament last night.  It was 7:00 pm and I was hungry.  Time to make something, but what? I thought of a dinner I had made for my parents years ago when they visited me.  Center […]

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