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Magic sauce and snaky breadsticks: David Atherton's easy recipes for children...
3 days ago
A simple tomato sauce for a perfect pasta bake or to enjoy with wiggly breadsticks - all easy to make for little cooks taking their first steps in the kitchenThis fresh tomato sauce is made from lots of different vegetables. It’s magic because it can be made ahead of time, ready to be used for so many different meals. Try adding some to your favourite pasta or veggie noodles. It makes so many meals magic! Continue reading.........
Mama mia! Pasta flies in battle to control Il Mulino chain after bankruptcy...
New York Post
3 days ago
The glamorous Il Mulino Italian restaurant empire might soon be fegato tritato — or chopped liver, as New Yorkers say. Il Mulino owner Jerry Katzoff sued his lenders on Friday accusing them of a plot to squeeze him out of the business — the latest legal salvo between the restaurateur and his chain’s chief lender,.........
This Pasta Quiz Will Determine If You're More Like Spaghetti Or Meatballs...
5 days ago
Less upsetti and more spaghetti!View Entire Post ›......
24 Cozy Fall Pasta Dishes For When You Want To Treat Yourself...
1 week ago
Don't be upsetti, eat some spaghetti.View Entire Post ›......
Warm pasta helps hot, angry neutron stars cool down - Live Science...
1 week ago
Warm pasta helps hot, angry neutron stars cool down Live Science......
Roasted red pepper and almond pasta recipe...
2 weeks ago
That Kitchen Aid You Use Twice a Year Can Also Make Pasta, Stuff Sausages, Spiralize, and Juice...
2 weeks ago
Photo Illustration by Scouted/The Daily Beast/AmazonAt the risk of dating myself here, I have had a KitchenAid stand mixer for more than 16 years. My wife and I got it as an engagement party gift, as one does. Truth be told, for the first decade-plus of our marriage, the rather large, clunky mixer spent most of its time in a kitchen cabinet. It only saw the light of day to mix up the occasional cake batter or to mix together ingredients for muffins, bread, and other rarely-prepared eats.Then we started reading up on the thing — it turns out that calling this thing a mixer is akin to calling a Swiss Army Knife a blade. Sure, it mixes, with multiple speeds, the capacity for more than 100 cookies in a single batch of batter, mixer attachments for all types of batter, dough, sauces, and you get it. But if you never use all the other stuff in your Swiss Army Knife – scissors, bottle opener, and corkscrew most often, I’ll wager – you’re doing it wrong. And man were we ever.See, it’s not really about the accessories that go into the mixing bowl, but rather about all the attachments you can connect to the front of the unit while the bowl is removed. These include a pasta press with the ability to make six different types of pasta, including spaghetti, fusilli, and large macaroni. There’s a slow juicer that can process everything from apples to berries to carrots or even kale. There are multiple blades that can slice, dice, shred, or spiralize. There’s a grain mill, because of course there is. This thing can even be outfitted with a meat grinder or sausage stuffer.Read more at The Daily Beast.......
Pasta with roast cauliflower, spinach, hazelnuts and Gorgonzola cream recipe...
3 weeks ago
How to make the perfect pasta ai funghi – recipe | Felicity Cloake's The perfect …...
3 weeks ago
Which mushrooms give the biggest umami hit? Which herbs and spices work best? The classic Italian sauce gets the onceover from our resident perfectionistThe Italians are a nation of mycophiles, pouring into woods and forests in their thousands each autumn on the hunt for chiodini, gallinacci and, most prized of all, porcini, to saute, preserve or, as here, turn into a richly flavoured sauce. As well as having an earthy character that comes from a life spent largely underground, mushrooms are high in monosodium glutamate, the same thing that gives parmesan and ripe tomatoes their intensely savoury quality, which makes them an ideal base for a meat-free ragu. But do you need to be out foraging at dawn for the best results, or can you achieve fungi nirvana with supermarket produce? Continue reading.........