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Puntarelle with Lemon, Capers, Anchovy & Pecorin...

This is an Italian salad you see everywhere-on outdoor tables at trattorias in Rome, or under the Manhattan sun on the wide swath of side...

by Frank Castronovo and Frank Falcinelli


Gangivecchio's Sweet-and-Sour Meatballs

In a bowl combine the veal, egg, bread crumbs, parsley, and pecorino and season with salt and pepper. Shape lightly into 1-inch balls ...

by Wanda Tornabene and Giovanna Tornabene


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


Hearts of Butter Lettuce with Fava Beans and Pecorin...

Sheep’s-milk cheese and fresh, unpeeled fava beans are a common appetizer in Southern Italy. You peel the favas by hand and alternate tas...

by Janet Fletcher


Fava Beans and Pecorino Toscano

In Tuscany, fava beans and Pecorino Toscano cheese are a classic springtime combination because that’s when the beans come into season. T...

by Silvano Marchetto


Fava Bean Salad with Pecorino and Asparagus

I had something similar to this in a very good Italian restaurant in New York. It is a simple pleasure, perfect with a little sea salt an...

by Sophie Dahl


Butter and Cheese Noodles

Why serve plain pasta when a little cheese and butter give noodles so much more flavor? I rarely serve kota kapama without these rich, sa...

by Cat Cora


Basil Lemon Pesto

In Summer, when the basil abounds in our vegetable garden, there is nothing I love more than pesto. Growing up in London, sometime in the...

by Jane Green


Red Grape Pizza with Honey, Rosemary and Pecorino

Preheat your oven to 400°F. Dissolve the yeast with a teaspoon of the honey in half the water and put to one side. Mix the flour with a g...

by Jamie Oliver


Shaved Fennel with Blood Oranges, Pecorino, and Pom...

Shaved fennel is a cliché in Italian restaurants here, but when done correctly, it’s dear to my heart. I am a confessed fennel-holic and...

by Mario Batali


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