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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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Pomodoro con Pane (Tomato with Bread Soup)

Tweet     I think it’s safe to say, I have never ever thrown away a piece of bread … ever. Why would I, when there is always a use for even the last crusty chunk. I use it for stuffing, breadcrumbs and of course soups. This recipe takes full advantage of any bread you […]

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