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Italian Bread


The most traditional Easter treat is the schiacciata di pasqua, a fluffy, sweet bread scented with the unmistakably Tuscan aroma of aniseed.

If you want to do as the Romans do, slice a slab open and fill it with mortadella.

Rosette are rose-shaped bread rolls also known as rosette so ate, which means blown or puffed up.

Forget the jar from the store, this Homemade Pizza Sauce shows just how simple it is to make delicious pizza sauce from scratch using ingredients you might already have in your kitchen.

Soft and sweet Italian bread that is twisted and formed into wreaths with a dyed Easter egg in the middle. 

Crispy outside, soft and a little chewy inside, these are the perfect vehicle for two fisted sandwiches with juicy fillings.

Sfincione is a spongy deep pan Sicilian pizza topped with tomato, onions, caciocavallo cheese, anchovies and breadcrumbs. It’s a traditional recipe from Palermo, and one of the most delicious street foods you can find in Sicily. INGREDIENTS: For the Dough17.5 ounces (500 grams, about 3 1/2 cups) all-purpose flour.35 ounces (10 grams, about 2 teaspoons) …

Friselle are very easy to make at home and are a great product to have around the house for impromptu snacks and leisurely lunches on the weekends.

This is my favorite bread to use as garlic bread, bruschetta, French Toast, stuffing, bread pudding or in any recipe that calls for a sturdy old-fashioned bread.

better an ancient Roman cheesecake recipe usually dedicated to Jupiter by spouses during their wedding celebration, or more often offered to the gods as a libation in occasion of sacrifices.