Chicken CacciatoreBy Alyssa SaltzmanIn Italian, cacciatore means "hunter" Chicken Cacciatore is prepared "hunter-style" with onions, tomatoes, and wine. Chicken Breasts with Cream SauceBy Alyssa SaltzmanWhen my mother was about 10 years old, Kraft introduced a new cheese to Italy called Filadelfia, Yes, spelled like that. Nobody thought to also introcude the bagel in Italy. My grandmother had no idea what to do with this new cheese so she developed this wonderful dish. Kraft has since decided that Italians can handle the correct spelling of Philadelphia.Carla’s Caramelized OnionsBy Alyssa SaltzmanOn 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!CaponataBy Alyssa SaltzmanCanederli Dumplings with Taleggio SauceBy Alyssa SaltzmanCanederli are bread dumplings found in the north east of Italy, Trentino-Alto Adige, Friuli, and part of the Veneto area. They are similar to the German and Austrian "knodel" or the Jewish "Matzoh ball". Bolognese SauceBy Alyssa SaltzmanThis is the perfect bolognese sauce, it goes wonderfully inside of a lasagna, on top of your favorite pasta, ravioli or tortellini. Make it for the holidays and impress everyone with your perfect bolognese sauce. Beef Braised in Barolo WineBy Alyssa SaltzmanBarolo wine is a rich and popular wine from Northern Italy. Braising the beef with this wine sauce adds a complexity to the dish that you can't get with other wines. Amatriciana SauceBy Alyssa SaltzmanAmatriciana Sauce is a red sauce that originated in the region of Umbria from the small town of Amatrice, which was destroyed in the earthquakes of 2016. This sauce features sautéed onions, guanciale, and pecorino cheese. Pici Pasta with Fennel Pollen and RaguBy Alyssa SaltzmanPici is a simple style of pasta popular in the region of Tuscany. It is an eggless pasta that is shaped by hand, one by one. Farro Salad with Grilled Vegetables & MozzarellaBy Alyssa SaltzmanFarro (Spelt) Salad is a very popular dish in Italy, especially in the summer. There are countless ways to make it, to the point that no two recipes will be the same. This is one that Paola made one day on the fly, off the top of her head. But she knocked it out of the park, so we couldn't help but share.