MeatballsBy Maggie BurjelA meatball is ground meat rolled into a small ball, sometimes along with other ingredients, such as bread crumbs, minced onion, eggs, butter, and seasoning. Meatballs are cooked by frying, baking, steaming, or braising in sauce.Pepperoni del CarrettiereBy MichaelSautéed peppers with olives, capers and breadcrumbsSautéed ZucchiniBy MichaelZucchini are very popular in Italy, and sautéing them with onions is a very common way to enjoy this vegetable.Sautéed SpinachBy Michael"When I first came to America in 1984, I was very surprised to hear that children, and people in general, hated spinach. Why? How can you hate something this good? Then I tried the spinach the way people and restaurants prepared them. No wonder kids hate them. Try this recipe. It will change your mind about spinach."
- PaolaSautéed Porcini with Frascati WineBy MichaelPorcini mushrooms have a nutty, smoky flavor. They are very popular in central Italy and are found in many dishes. Sautéed Bell PeppersBy MichaelSauteed peppers, onions, and tomatoes are a perfect side dish.Pina’s PotatoesBy MichaelPina's potatoes is one of those recipes that we are always asked for, our answer is always "its on the website". These potatoes are easy and always a hit.Carla’s Caramelized OnionsBy MichaelOn Thursday evenings at Villa Eddarella on our Soriano vacations, one of the dishes we serve is this incredibly simple, but delicious onion dish. Not a week goes by that guests don't ask Carla for the recipe, so here it is!Spinach and Ricotta CrostataBy MichaelThis crostata with spinach and ricotta cheese is the perfect appetizer or finger food to bring to a party, it is not difficult to make, but is an absolutely delicious mix of classic Italian flavors.Bruschetta with Pancetta & Stracchino CheeseBy Michael