Jul 29, 2014
Easy to make, and so delicious! NOTE: There is just nothing better than your own homemade buttermilk pancakes, filled with candied pecans. I have had this recipe for many years and you will love it to.
Jul 19, 2014
NOTE: When I was growing up, my dad was a butcher. He would bring my mom a big bucket of crushed ice, and she would make Italian Lemon Ice. She would squeeze a dozen lemons and add sugar. She would then scrape in some lemon…
Jun 6, 2014
NOTE: These biscotti are so delicious, your family will take them right off the cookie sheet as they pop out of the oven. I like them this way, and allow them to harden on their own, but if you want a true biscotti, then toast…
May 30, 2014
NOTE: My father, Bill Fiorino, would grill these steaks outside during the summer months. The smell would permeate the neighborhood, and everyone knew these scrumptious steaks were on the grill.
May 1, 2014
NOTE: I can’t decide how delicious these are, you may just have to experience them for yourself. Purchase a small meat slicer or a mandolin in kitchen specialty shops to slice the eggplant thin.
Apr 17, 2014
NOTE: This Italian omelette is full of flavor, featuring Prosciutto, which is an Italian ham. You can change it up any way you which, by substituting Italian sausage for the prosciutto, and asparagus, potatoes, or sun-dried tomatoes for the spinach. You will love making…
Apr 4, 2014
NOTE: This elegant cake is not only beautiful but delicious. A great cake for you Easter dinner.
Mar 25, 2014
NOTE: This dish is laden with sweet peppers, onion, and mushrooms complete with savory chicken. It is truly an Italian classic.
Mar 19, 2014
NOTE: These vegetables are brimming with flavor and can be added to most any main dish. They are crisp tender which gives them a delightful crunch.
Mar 11, 2014
NOTE: This could be the best pasta sauce you will ever experience. Made with savory meat and fennel meatballs, this sauce is rich and delicious. This recipe makes a good amount, enough for up to 8 people, and it also freezes very well for future…