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Italian 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. 

If you love drinking eggnog during the Christmas holiday season; love the wonderful combination of the nutmeg and rum flavors, then you’ll love this scrumptious eggnog quick bread. Serve it to your guests with coffee, tea or even a glass of eggnog.

Light and crispy, grissini are an ideal appetizer or can be served with dinner.

with bread.

Pumpkin – not too much here – turns bread into light orange and gives an incredible softness to it.

This is a basic Italian bread. It has 4 simple ingredients.

It’s beautiful in its simplicity, tastes amazing, and it’s a very rustic bread so you can shape the loaf any way you like.

This simply delicious Mozzarella Sandwich is a refreshing lunchtime sandwich that blends the flavors of garlic, basil, olive oil, cheese and black olives.

Panettone, the tall cake-like bread filled with raisins and candied orange and lemon peel, is not only Italy’s favorite Christmas dessert, it comes with a history as colorful as a fairy-tale.

Master the basic recipe for fresh pizza dough, and you can enjoy the delicious dish in the comfort of your own home anytime! 

This dish is pronounced broo-skeh-tah) and summer cooking skills in fifteen minutes or less with this satisfying antipasto. Basic bruschetta is as simple a dish as they come, made with a toasted slice of rustic, hardy bread rubbed with fresh garlic, fresh diced tomatoes, then drizzled with olive oil and dusted with salt and pepper.