Today, I would like to share this Easy Italian Pizza Rustica aka Savory Easter Pie Recipe with all of you. This rustic pie can also be referred to as Pizza Piena, Pizza Repiena, Pizzachino, Pizzagiena, Pizza Ghen, Torta Pasqualina… I could go on, but I think you get the picture. Don’t you just love regional Italian cuisine?
Yes, I am jumping on the broccoli fritter bandwagon! Come along for the ride as I share this recipe for Cheesy Oven Baked Broccoli Fritters.
June 29th is National Waffle Iron Day, and who am I to ignore a holiday? I’ll be whipping up these Breakfast Poutine Waffles on the 29th, and I thought I’d share the recipe with all of you so that you can do the same.
Looks & tastes like a meatball, except it’s not! With just one bite of this cacio e uova meatless recipe, you’ll quickly become a fan of cucina povera. You’ll be truly amazed at how good this appetizer is when you consider the ingredients: stale bread, eggs and cheese. Come and take a closer look at this forgotten, traditional Southern Italian food.
Wholesome. Naturally sweet. Absolutely delicious. Those are the words that come to mind when I think of these Ricotta Stuffed Medjool Dates. Whether preparing them as appetizers or as a snack for the kids, nothing can be healthier or easier to make.
The first time I had cheese blintzes, I was in shock. I knew right there and then that I had to find out more about this wonderful food and learn the tricks and intricacies in order to make my very own homemade cheese blintzes.
My top ten list of favourite foods would definitely include cheese blitzes. Have you ever had a cheese blintz? A creamy cheese filling enclosed in a crepe, served with sour cream and/or fruit toppings (I always smother mine with blueberry sauce). I was so excited when I found this version! Come take a look at these Baked Ricotta Cheese Blintzes.