Posts Tagged ‘pinoli’
August 1, 2012 by Johanna Burani
In the northeastern corner of Italy, where I have my home, the Continental breakfast has been pushed aside for heartier, more substantial morning sustenance. For a long time, many people in this region have been eating muesli, a mixture of either raw or toasted cereals, nuts and dried fruits.
October 5, 2010 by Johanna Burani
Currants are tiny dark dried grapes that hale originally from Corinth in Greece. The subtle sweetness of this fruit blends perfectly with the astringent qualities of the cauliflower, giving the combination of these ordinary ingredients a unique flavorful character. Italians love their “cavolfiore” and this is one version of what they might do with it.