Sautéed SpinachBy Alyssa Saltzman"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 Alyssa SaltzmanPorcini mushrooms have a nutty, smoky flavor. They are very popular in central Italy and are found in many dishes. Sautéed Bell PeppersBy Alyssa SaltzmanSauteed peppers, onions, and tomatoes are a perfect side dish.Saltimboca alla RomanaBy Alyssa SaltzmanSaltimbocca is an Italian dish made of veal lined or wrapped with prosciutto and sage.Rocket Salad with Cherry Tomatoes and Shaved Parmesan CheeseBy Alyssa SaltzmanAn easy and fresh salad for summertime with rocket, cherry tomatoes, and cheese, dressed with balsamic vinegarRoasted Suckling PigBy Alyssa SaltzmanPorchetta is a savoury, fatty, and moist boneless pork roast of Italian culinary traditionRisotto with RadicchioBy Alyssa SaltzmanRisotto prepared with radicchio and prosciutto.AranciniBy Alyssa SaltzmanArancini are stuffed rice balls which are coated with bread crumbs and then deep fried.Ribollita (Tuscan Cabbage and Bean Soup)By Alyssa SaltzmanRibollita is a Tuscan poor mans soup made throughout the countryside in winters with whatever is leftover in the fridge.Ravioli with Butter and SageBy Alyssa SaltzmanHomemade ravioli stuffed with ricotta and spinach topped with a butter and sage sauce.