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Italian

  • How-To

    Simple, Summery Tomato-Bread Salads

    Juicy, vine-ripened beauties shine in satisfying no-cook dishes.

  • How-To

    How to Cook Octopus At Home

    When I eat out, part of the fun comes from ordering foods I don’t normally cook at home. Charred octopus is one such item. While it has always been a…

  • Recipe

    Crêpe Cannelloni

    Filled with a hearty blend of ricotta, ground meat, and sausage, these cannelloni are made with crêpes, which are lighter than traditional pasta.

  • Recipe

    Spicy Pasta Alla Norma

    This Sicilian classic, made with sautéed eggplant, tomatoes, basil, and red pepper flakes, is Italian comfort food at its best.

  • Recipe

    Peperonata with Fried Eggs

    Peperonata, a mix of cooked sweet peppers, is often served as part of antipasti. Here, it’s topped with an egg and served with crusty bread to mop it all up.

  • Recipe

    Grilled Tomatoes with Burrata and Parsley Salad

    A toasted bread-and-parsley salad adds crunch and bright, fresh flavor to this riff on Caprese salad. Serve with simple grilled steak or pork chops for an easy summer meal.

  • Recipe

    Pasta with Sausage, Radicchio, and Green Olives

    Cocktail olives give this pasta welcome bursts of sweet and briny flavor that perfectly balance the subtle bitterness of the radicchio.

  • Recipe

    Basic Tomato and Bread Salad

    This take on a classic Tuscan panzanella features both fresh and sun-dried tomatoes.

  • Magazine

    Pesto Change-O

    Switch up summer’s favorite sauce with flavors that go beyond basil.

  • Recipe

    Grilled Farmers’ Market Pasta

    A colorful mix of garden-fresh vegetables gets a simple treatment (a toss with garlic, basil, and cheese) after grilling to let their flavors shine.