Category Archives: Mario Batali

Sogliola alla Mugnaia

And now we begin our Recipes for Lent. We actually began on Wednesday with the Escarole and Beans. Tonight I made a recipe for the Mario Batali cookbook that Chris gave me for Christmas, Molto Italiano, 327 Simple Italian Recipe … Continue reading

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Pasta with Spicy Winter Squash

Tonight’s recipe is from Food and Wine. It is a Mario Batali recipe. I made a couple of changes to the original recipe. First being the pasta. I do not understand why our grocery store has become so generic in … Continue reading

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Mixed Vegetable and Farro Soup

Do you read Food and Wine magazine? This month Mario Batali was the guest editor. And so far it is the best issue I have recieved! I found this recipe on the Food and Wine site. Perfect for Lent. And … Continue reading

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Warm Terrine of Sausage, Peppers and Polenta

  I found this recipe online years ago on the Food Network site. It is from Mario Batali. I served it with a little Marinara Sauce on the side. (I made a large pot of it yesterday and divided it … Continue reading

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Spiedini of Sea Scallops, Grilled Chapati and 2 Challenges!

So here we go. I have given myself 2 challenges this week. The first challenge is outdoor cooking only. We are in a heat wave so all dinners will be cooked outdoors. (There is one recipe that will require me … Continue reading

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Rolled Flank Steak with Green Olives and Oregano

This recipe comes from the Mario Batali book, Simple Italian Food, which I got for Christmas last year. I posted an entry with the recipe a while back. I made risotto as a side dish. The house smelled wonderful. It … Continue reading

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