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Antipasti with Tonnato Sauce

Tweet Tonnato is a creamy sauce that is traditionally used with Vitello tonnato, a Northern Italian dish, that consists of chilled, sliced veal and a tuna sauce spooned on top. The veal is then garnished with capers, parsley and lemon slices. The dish is served cold or at room temperature and is popular as a […]

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Masseria (farm) Salad

Tweet In an unspoiled and sun-drenched corner of southern Sicily is the Baroque town of Noto. Noto, known locally as Il Giardino di Pietra (Garden of Stone), is the most beautiful of Baroque towns. The local limestone of the buildings takes on a soft, peachy golden glow and the effect, especially at sunset, is spectacular! […]

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Tuna Bruschette

Tweet Bruschette is the quintessential small bite and is the perfect choice for summertime eating! The tuna salad can be prepared in advance so, all you have to do is toast the bread. I use Wild Planet Albacore Tuna. Each five ounce can contains 100% pure tuna in large chunk (not bits and pieces) and […]

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Tonno e Cannellini Bean Insalata

Tweet My pantry may be sparse from time to time, but I always seem to have cans of tuna and cannellini beans on hand. I have been making this simple salad for years. It is one of my go-to meals, when I haven’t had time to go the market or I need a meal in […]

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Swordfish Stemperata

Tweet If for no other reason, (and I have many) I would live in Sicily for her abundant source of fish. The catch varies with the seasons and the waters. There is a Sicilian saying, “If you want to eat fresh fish, you mustn’t have a tight wallet”. Swordfish commands a high price due to […]

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