A Queen In The Kitchen Feat. TG Dei Bambini by Angelica DT

A Queen In The Kitchen Special Edition featuring Angelica DT and her TG dei Bambini. The Neapolitan art of pizza has received the recognition as UNESCO intangible cultural heritage. Learn how to prepare the authentic Italian pizza from Angelica and Neapolitan pizzaiuolo Pasquale, owner of Da Pasquale Restaurant in Beverly Hills (CA) Please take a […]

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Neapolitan Graffe

Although Neapolitan Graffe are traditional sweets from the city of Naples (Italy) for celebrating the Italian Carnival, I love to prepare them all year round because they are too good!. Graffe are uber-fluffy Italian donuts made with flour, yeast, mashed potatoes and citrus peel, deep-fried and coated with granulated sugar. Every time I make Graffe […]

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Pumpkin Fritters…Welcome Fall !!!

Did you know that adding sparkling water to the batter makes the fritters lighter and crispier? So, taking advantage of Ferrarelle sparkling water I’ve been given, I made delicious fritters with the quintessential symbol of autumn : pumpkin. Ferrarelle is the sparkling water of my childhood, its distinctive green glass bottle with the red label was […]

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Calamaretti Alla Sorrentina (Calamaretti Pasta Sorrento Style)

Everyone has probably heard about Gnocchi alla Sorrentina, a typical dish from the beautiful town of Sorrento (Campania region), a yummy first course with potato dumplings, tomato sauce, mozzarella, quickly baked. I adapted this traditional recipe to the Calamaretti (squids), an uncommon shape of Italian pasta that resembles in shape and color the calamari fish rings […]

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Lasagne Asparagus And Burrata

  The idea of this dish came out after my visit at the local Farmers Market. All these beautiful, solid green asparagus were there as a bouquet of flowers, so I decided to match them with one of my favorite italian cheese: the burrata. Burrata is a fresh cheese, made from mozzarella and cream. The outer […]

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