A Queen In The Kitchen : How To Pronounce Lasagne Alla Bolognese

Let’s cook and speak like an Italian! Listen to A Queen In The Kitchen and learn how to pronounce Lasagne alla Bolognese, the authentic Italian lasagna with ragù (meat sauce), besciamella (Béchamel sauce) and Parmigiano Reggiano cheese (no ricotta or mozzarella). luh–ZAHN-yeh alla bo-lo-NYE-se In Italian lasagna is the singular noun and lasagne is the […]

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Chiacchiere (Italian Carnival Fried Dough)

Today in Italy is celebrated Fat Thursday, the traditional Catholic feast marking the last Thursday before Lent and Carnevale. Carnevale is the most colorful and playful period of the year, when everyone wears a costume or a mask, and celebrates in the streets with festive parades, allegoric floats, coriandoli (paper confetti), stelle filanti (paper streamers) and delicious sweet treats […]

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Hazelnut Crème Brûlée…Happy Valentine’s Day!!!

“Cooking is love made visible.” ~ Anonymous Hazelnut Crème Brûlée is my way to celebrate the “sweetest” day of the year. Crème Brûlée is a French dessert consisting of a rich custard base, topped with a layer of caramelized sugar. I flavored this scrumptious dessert with hazelnut spread and garnished with organic fresh berries. Happy Valentine’s Day!!! […]

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How To Make Chocolate Bread

Ready for a delicious homemade Chocolate Bread? Take a look at my easy-to-follow video recipe and learn how to make this crispy outside and soft inside scrumptious bread. This bread is very versatile so have a slice of chocolate bread with jam and butter or enjoy it with Italian salumi (cold cuts). Buon Appetito! Credits: Ale Gambini […]

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