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Beautifully presented Pasta with Salami

Pasta with Salami

This 15 MINUTE GOURMET PASTA with Salami Will Be Your New Favorite Weeknight Meal Say hello to this fiery Pasta with Salami, a brilliant choice for lovers of  spicy food. Its flavour is so addictive, you’ll keep coming back for more. If you prefer something less intense, a milder salami works too. Once you see …

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A beautifully arranged plate of Vegetarian Broccoli Ricotta Pasta, emphasizing the rich colors and fresh ingredients.

Pasta with Broccoli

How to Make Pasta with Broccoli Like an Italian This creamy Pasta with Broccoli is not just a meal; it’s a quick, sumptuous escape to the south of Italy—ready in just 10 minutes! Additionally, this dish features perfectly cooked Spaghettoni and vibrant broccoli in a rich, creamy sauce made from high-quality ricotta from Vannella Cheese. …

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A delicious Neapolitan-style sourdough pizza resting on a wooden pizza peel, ready to be sliced.

Sourdough Pizza Dough

How to Make Sourdough Pizza Dough Neapolitan Pizza Style If you love the classic taste of Neapolitan pizza but are eager to try something new, Anthony Silvio Sourdough Pizza Dough offers an interesting twist on this classic. Indeed, by using sourdough, this version steps outside the traditional boundaries of Neapolitan pizza recipes. Although it’s not …

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Vincenzo alongside three of the best outdoor pizza ovens by Gozney, demonstrating versatility and performance in pizza making

The Best Outdoor Pizza Oven to Use at Home

Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Best Outdoor Pizza Oven to Use at Home Ever had that insatiable craving for a Neapolitan pizza on a Friday night? Back in the day, your only options were to either visit a local pizzeria or order in. Not anymore! If you’re anything like me—someone who dreams of pizza slices …

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Spaghetti Cacio e pepe

No Fail Cacio e Pepe

How to Make No Fail Cacio e Pepe Cacio e Pepe is a timeless Italian classic born in Rome, and with this no-fail Cacio e Pepe recipe, celebrating two quintessential Italian ingredients becomes even more joyful. By using just Pecorino Romano and freshly cracked pepper tossed through pasta, you will be surprised how mouth-wateringly luscious …

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ravioli alla carbonara

Ravioli alla Carbonara

How To Make Authentic Ravioli Carbonara  Ravioli Carbonara, are not traditional but believe it or not, they might just be the most beautiful dish I’ve ever created – and it was the result of an experiment! Growing up, my Nonna Igea often made ravioli using her traditional egg pasta dough, and I am still amazed …

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gozney arc xl review

Gozney Arc XL Review

Gozney Arc XL Unboxing—Honest Review Gozney has recently introduced its latest creation: the Arc XL, which is claimed to be the world’s most advanced compact oven for creating 16-inch pizzas. It’s not a secret that I’m a big fan (insert: HUGE) of Gozney’s Dome, and I think it’s a near-perfect oven. The question is, does …

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Comparing Pasta Brands

Comparing Cheap vs Expensive pasta

Italian Chef Compares Cheap vs Expensive Pasta – Is It Worth Paying Extra? When you go down the pasta aisle at your local supermarket, chances are you might often reach for the cheaper pasta – or if you’ve been following me long enough, maybe you don’t! After all, many people think, why would you need …

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How to Make Tiramisu Cake

Tiramisù Cake

How to Make Tiramisù Cake Like a Pastry Chef Tiramisù is a classic Italian dessert with layers of espresso-soaked ladyfingers, mascarpone cream, eggs, and sugar. The dessert originates from Treviso in the mid-19th century, where the original Venetian word Tarmesu translates to “lift me up” (a play on the hit of caffeine from the sweet). …

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Spaghetti with Marinara Sauce

Marinara Sauce

How to Make Marinara Sauce Like an Italian (Authentic Neapolitan Recipe) Marinara sauce, a classic staple also referred to as Neapolitan sauce, is the most popular sauce in the world. The sauce originates from Naples, as the name suggests, and although there is speculation about its roots in Sicily, what is undisputed is the comfort …

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