You can make fresh pasta at home without a single egg yolk, nonna or pasta machine in sight. It’s easy, I promise! This style of pasta, with just two ingredients – semolina flour and water – is common in southern Italy. Search the words “Rimacinata” on your bag of semolinaRead More →

Image by Alan Hardman via Unsplash. A beloved pizzeria in Glasgow’s Southside has announced its closure. Stefano’s Pizzeria announced the news to its loyal customers on Facebook last week. The owners said the restaurant would remain open for “a few months” but did not disclose a closing date. READ MORE:Read More →

Dunbrody House star chef Kevin Dundon shares his favorite recipes Ingredients for 4 persons) : ■ 400g farfalle pasta ■ 4 eggs ■ 2 tbsp olive oil ■ 100g bacon, diced ■ 1 red pepper, sliced ​​■ 1 red onion, sliced ■ ½ cucumber, sliced ​​■ 4 spring onions, choppedRead More →

Popular mechanics; Courtesy of Cuisinart There’s nothing quite like a perfect slice of pizza, especially when you’ve made that perfect slice yourself. But achieving pizza parlor perfection at home is no easy task. To get that irresistible golden, fizzy crust, you’ll need an outdoor pizza oven. We’ve been big fansRead More →

Pasta has become very popular among people of all ages. In fact, there are over 600 different types of pasta in the world. It is a simple dish that can be prepared in minutes and does not require exceptional cooking skills. This simple dish leaves plenty of room for creativity.Read More →

VISITORS to a popular nature park in Hampshire can now also enjoy pizza thanks to the arrival of a new restaurant. A historic space in Royal Victoria Country Park has been completely renovated to become The Cedar Rooms restaurant. The refurbished space will allow park visitors to enjoy handmade pizzasRead More →

Ree Drummond improved on her easy pantry pasta recipe by replacing some of the staples she used in the original dish. The pioneer woman star also offered ideas to change it up even more. Ree Drummond | Tyler Essary/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank Ree Drummond has changed one of her favorite pastaRead More →

This Salmon pasta is absolutely divine, loaded with incredible flavors from perfectly roasted salmon. It’s a creamy salmon pasta, but not totally drenched in fat and cream, but full of comforting flavor. Ready in about 30 minutes, it’s suitable for an everyday dinner, but it’s chic and gorgeous enough toRead More →

Click to enlarge Mabel Suen Clockwise from top left: Monte Bello Pizzeria serves arancini, grilled chocolate-filled ravioli, buffalo cauliflower, T-ravs, pizzas and wings. When Tanya Buechel wants to illustrate how much her restaurant, Pizzeria Monte Bello (3662 Weber Road, 314 638-8861), means to people, she tells one of her longtimeRead More →

About twenty young people from the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Saints Chastan and Imbert gathered for the pizza evening at the Café de la Nativité on July 23. July 29, 2022 Father Dominic Santhiyagu with young people at the Nativity Café on July 23,Read More →

Outdoor advertising (OOH) media agency Talon Outdoor has launched a new OOH advertising campaign in Ireland for Domino’s Pizza Group. The campaign centers around the group ordering feature available exclusively on the Domino’s app and encourages friends to get together this summer by sharing a Domino’s feast. Details The OOHRead More →

Mountain Mike’s Pizza launches the Shutout Challenge with Angels Baseball Leading Family Pizza Chain and Proud Pizza Partner of the Angels Announces Exciting Baseball and Customer Loyalty Promotion Newport Beach, California (RestaurantNews.com) As a proud pizza partner of Angels Baseball, Pizza Mike of the Mountaina leading family-run pizza chain basedRead More →

If you’re like me, you’re overwhelmed with cherry tomatoes. The plant we bought was from this smallholding in the middle of nowhere and cost us 50 cents. Not having so much hope for the thing, we stuck it in our planter and tended to it as usual. About a monthRead More →

Marco’s Pizza has announced that it has officially passed the $1 billion mark in annual system-wide sales. The achievement follows record growth that catapulted its strong performance as the #5 pizza brand in the United States by system-wide sales. To commemorate this achievement, the company is launching the Marco’s PizzaRead More →

“Welcome to Michigan, America’s pizza capital!” » How come no one ever says that? They should! Although pizza has been around in the United States since the early 1900s, its popularity exploded after World War II. Soldiers fell in love with the Italian delicacy while stationed overseas and sparked aRead More →

Twenty years of feeding Queenstown residents was marked at Wakatipu Presbyterian Church on Friday night. A crowd of members of the Wakatipu community attended the first Pasta Cafe of the year, held at St Margaret’s Church in Frankton, where everyone is invited to enjoy a free hot meal, treats bakedRead More →

A shortage of pasta sauce calls for drastic measures. If you realize you haven’t made enough sauce, Lidia Bastianich says you can stretch it by adding pasta water to the mixture (via Today). She recommends pouring a little leftover pasta water into the sauce mixture and cooking it over lowRead More →

Pizza is one of the most versatile foods. Want a neat pie with top-of-the-range ingredients? It’s entirely possible. Looking for a slice of the dollar when you need something cheap and filling? It’s also something you’ll probably find without too much trouble in many cities. But what happens when pizzaRead More →

Continue reading below It would be a great pizza to hide in a dark room or to use in some sort of optical illusion, but for dinner? Not really. Also, a regular pizza can get a little messy, especially when shared with friends, but you’ll find that no amount ofRead More →

In Eater LA’s new series, Highly Opinionated, Eater’s editors dive into a specific and oft-debated food obsession in Los Angeles. This month brings the hot takes to New York-style pizza slices, a format that has long been popular in Los Angeles but has only recently reached heights that would beginRead More →

OOne of the tastiest things I ate this year was ricotta cheese still warm from the fire on a farm in Sicily. I scooped up some of the white, wobbly lump on my plate, seasoned it with coarse salt, and used a spoon to catch every drop, preventing myself fromRead More →

Most of us have some sort of preconceived idea of ​​what we think of a pasta salad, and that idea isn’t always flattering. There are the mayo-heavy renditions we’ve all avoided at picnics and the overcooked swirling noodles loaded with antipasto ingredients. Being from the Midwest, the only pasta saladRead More →

(The dish of the day) Jennifer from the Utah Beef Council makes an amazing healthy pasta dish. Super easy and it won’t break the bank, something we all need these days! Ingredients: 1 pound ground beef 3 cups uncooked butterfly pasta 1 pound fresh asparagus, cut into 1-inch pieces 3Read More →

Combining food with the ideal wine is a precise procedure that can help enrich the dining experience. It is a method of balancing complementary tastes with the aim of increasing the pleasure of each ingredient. However, wine pairing is not just about pairing food and wine based on their quality;Read More →