Great Chicago Italian Recipes
A Good Caper
Chicken Piccata or veal piccata, if you prefer, is very common in many Italian restaurants and very easy to make at home. This dish uses a very tart sauce usually made with lemons, wine and capers. In my recipe I like to use dry vermouth which is a fortified wine normally used in martinis. Use a good quality Italian vermouth like Cinzano or Martini & Rossi.
Capers are widely used in a variety of Mediterranean dishes and are readily available in the US. They are little berries generally brined in salt and vinegar, so they...................
Italian Potluck Dinner
"Italian Potluck Dinner" is the place to have a little fun. If you can't decide what to make for dinner just have "Luisa the Italian Cat" decide for you. Here is the deal, just click on one of the buttons above and whatever category you get, you have to make something in that category for dinner. No cheating now. You can only choose once. No going back and trying another button. Every so often we will be changing the category order just in case you have them memorized. Have fun and make sure you email us to let us know how the recipes are turning out. Mangia Italiano!
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Formaggio e Frutta e Vino
A great compliment to the end of any Italian meal is Formaggio e Frutta e Vino (Cheese, Fruit and Wine). We all love the rich creamy desserts but sometimes a simple combination of Gorgonzola with pears or Stracchino with peaches and grapes would be just as rewarding.
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Our Great Italian Recipes
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