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Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus

Tweet Delicious dishes don’t have to be complicated, as is the case with this classic combination of melone e Prosciutto (melon and Prosciutto). Starting off many an Italian meal, this special ham and melon duet have been singing their salty-sweet song for a very long time. Now, I don’t usually like to mess with perfection, […]

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Golden Polenta with Prosciutto

Tweet Sur La Table is a national cookware store that also offers cooking classes. Last month for our “date night” Jack and I attended a class in Scottsdale, Arizona, called “An Evening in Venice”. We were a fun group of people (16) as we worked side-by-side preparing dishes we would all get to taste. A […]

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Saltimbocca Rolls

Tweet In Italian, saltimbocca means “to jump in the mouth,” implying that the dish is so good that it literally jumps into your mouth. I’ve eaten a few different versions of saltimbocca. One with chicken, one with capers (not my favorite) and the one that your fork insists on leaping into your mouth, one delicious […]

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Stuffed Eggs with Prosciutto

Tweet The greens on the plate are called pea shoots and they are more than just a garnish. Pea shoots are the leaves and tendrils of the pea plant. While peas take all summer to grow, the shoots are harvested after only 2-3 weeks. These leaves are young and tender with a delicious and distinctive […]

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