Risotto with kale and mascarpone

  What’s better than risotto to warm you up in winter? Risotto is a typical dish from northern Italy, where is cold and the temperature are very similar to the ones in Britain. Rich and creamy, it is one fo the best way to introduce vegetables to the reticents....

Cannellini beans and cherry tomatoes soup

Beans are a staple food of Italian cuisine: cooked with pasta, rice, or in soups, beans are found everywhere. They are an excellent substitute to meat, especially paired with wholewheat pasta or rice, so to boost their protein content. Neapolitan people cook a lot...

Roasted pumpkin with rosemary

When I was a child, I came home from school to find my mum had prepared pumpkin for lunch. She might as well have condemned me to death–I hated the bloomin’ vegetable. And I have for many years. That’s because my dad only ate the pumpkin cooked the...

Risotto with savoy cabbage and pancetta

Savoy cabbage is the king of winter vegetables, and a true classic: versatile, with a strong flavour and a lovely green colour, it’s hard to find a more loved vegetable. It’s is quite easy to prepare it, in Italy we usually use it in soups, minestre, and...
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