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Pasta with Almost Every Herb in the Garden

I’ve made this sauce in Italy with wild herbs that I gathered in the countryside. I love preparing it with my own fresh herbs. Wild herbs...

by Viana La Place


Salt-Cured Nasturtium Buds

If you have the good fortune of living in a truly Mediterranean climate near the sea, where caper plants grow in the wild and the flower ...

by Viana La Place

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Risotto with Zucchino Striato D’Italia

The zucchini in the garden beckons. When cooked in a risotto, the zucchini breaks down, becoming sweet and creamy, and merging with the r...

by Viana La Place


Potato, Olive, and Ricotta Torta

This satisfying main dish is amazingly simple to assemble. The torta can be served warm, accompanied by a tomato and basil salad. Or cut ...

by Viana La Place


Vegetable Broth with Fennel, Herbs, and Dried Parmes...

Fresh fennel from the fall garden imparts a surprising sweetness to the broth. Use this as a base for soups and risottos. On its own, thi...

by Viana La Place


Spaghetti with Romanesco Broccoli and Black Olives

In Italy, cauliflower can be white, purple, or light green. The variety I’ve used here is Romanesco broccoli, but it is actually a green ...

by Viana La Place


Pasta with Young Artichokes, Parsley, and White Wine

Just-picked artichokes retain all the moisture and flavor that the market vegetable tends to lose. You will be amazed at how easily the k...

by Viana La Place


Zuppa Della Salute

This nourishing soup practically makes itself. It is perfect for those times when one feels slightly under the weather and hasn’t the ene...

by Viana La Place


Tubetti and Umbrian Lentil Soup

Umbrian lentils are very small and flavorful. If unavailable. use market lentils. This satisfying winter soup turns bright green thanks t...

by Viana La Place


Broccoli Rabe in Lemon Cream

Pungent greens are usually paired with olive oil, and that is how I often cook them. I thought it might be interesting to soften the bitt...

by Viana La Place


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