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. Almond CookiesBy Alyssa SaltzmanThese almond cookies are very popular in cafes all around Sicily. They are easy to make and even easier to eat!Tuscan Roasted Chicken and PotatoesBy Alyssa SaltzmanThis is the best recipe you will ever try for roasted chicken and potatoes. Of all the recipes that the CDV team eats every week, this is the one we never get tired of. TiramisuBy Alyssa SaltzmanThis recipe will surely be your favorite tiramisu. There is no alcohol in this recipe, so it is kid friendly, and we even added some chocolate chips, for an extra layer of texture.Spinach and Ricotta CrostataBy Alyssa SaltzmanThis 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.Risotto with Balsamic Vinegar GlazeBy Alyssa SaltzmanAdding this balsamic vinegar glaze will add a fun spin on a classic risotto recipe.Ricotta & Vin Santo TartBy Alyssa SaltzmanThis tart uses Vin Santo, a special dessert wine famous all over tuscany, which adds a rich flavor to the ricotta. 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. PanzanellaBy Alyssa SaltzmanPanzanella was once a "poor man's dish", but has recently become very popular world wide. Using day old bread and whatever you have in the fridge, you can make your very own recipe, but this is our favorite.Crema di LimoncelloBy Alyssa SaltzmanThere is nothing better than a lovely meal with your family and capped off with this amazing Cream of Limoncello. Popular throughout Italy, this recipe originates in the Amalfi Coast, where lemons are plenty.