Italian

Focaccia

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It all started when I tried in a restaurant a unique flavor sandwich and as usually the most - delicious things are very simple. It consists of this unique Italian focaccia bread, prosciutto, artichokes and mayonnaise.
Tony
 

Ciabatta

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I've tried Ciabatta bread  many times from the neighborhood supermarket, but I had never been fascinated by it, just another bread. Everything changed when I tasted sandwiches near my office. The Ciabatta there was delicious , it was the ingredient that makes this sandwich so delicious . Since then I started looking for the recipe for this amazing Italian bread ,and  I accidentally came across this recipe online leite's culinaria.
Tony
 

Penne with Vodka Sauce

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Last summer I visited the UK and Portsmouth, a very pleasant town on the Atlantic Ocean. Walking around we sat to eat at an Italian restaurant on the harbour and tried this recipe. Since then I think about preparing it very often, but never have enough time.  And now that the moment came, I browsed the net and found different versions, picked the one that seemed closest and I added some of my ideas. So I made this delicious pasta based on the internet recipes and my ideas.

Tony
 

Caesar salad

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This is a landmark recipe has very interesting story that I will try to tell you more about. Creator of the salad is an Italian immigrant, his name is Caesar Cardini, he worked during the early 20th century in San Diego, USA and Tijuana, Mexico. It is claimed that the recipe dates back to 1924 and there are various rumors about how it occurred, and as the most popular recipes it was discovered accidentally. One version is that Caesar had only the products that are listed below left from the previous evening and he combined them to find this famous recipe.

Tony
 

Pesto Genovese

The traditional recipe for pesto comes from Italy and more specifically Genoa and contains garlic, fresh basil, pine nuts, crushed with olive oil and Parmigiano Reggiano cheese or Pecorino. The original method for making pesto is to crush the ingredients in stone or wooden pestle in order to achieve the necessary consistency.

Tony
 
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