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Bocche di Dama – Rossella Rago – Cooking with Nonna

Bocche di Dama * A delicate almond cookie filled with wild cherries and decorated with sugar glaze and chocolate. *   Join us on the NEXT PAGE to see how these cookies are made.

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Veal Rollatini of Altamura – Rossella Rago – Cooking with Nonna

Rossella invites Nonna Maria Fiore, from Altamura (Puglia), Italy, to show her how to make Veal Rollatini of Altamura. Join us on the NEXT PAGE for this Veal Rollatini recipe.

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Chicken Cutlets – Rossella Rago – Cooking with Nonna

~ Chicken Cutlets ~ * Rossella and her Nonna Romana make the classic Chicken Cutlets the way Nonna makes them. * Then Rossella also makes her own version of Chicken Cutlets. * Join us on the NEXT PAGE for this recipe.

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Good Friday Onion Pie / Puglia “Scalcione”

“Scalcione” Good Friday Onion Pie * Scalcione (Skalch yo’ nay) is a traditional Good Friday Onion Easter Pie from the Puglia Region.  Scalcione is usually eaten after returning from mass on Good Friday.  * Rosella’s Recipe on THE NEXT PAGE  

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Pasta e Fagioli – with Nonna

Rossella and Nonna Romana Sciddurlo from Mola di Bari, Puglia, show you how to make a classic and simple Pasta e Fagioli. Join us on the NEXT PAGE for this recipe.

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Spaghetti alla Puttanesca – Rosella Cooking with Nonna

“Spaghetti alla Puttanesca” Rosella Rago Cooking with Nonna * This is a very tasty and colorful dish from Naples, Italy made by Rossella Rago and Nonna Gilda. Spaghetti alla puttanesca literally translates to “spaghetti in the style of a prostitute” – a tangy, somewhat salty Italian pasta dish invented in the mid-20th century. * Spaghetti alla Puttanesca […]

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Cotechino with Lentils – Rossella Rago – Cooking with Nonna

Cotechino with Lentils – Rossella Rago – Cooking with Nonna * According to tradition, Cotechino is served with lentils on New Year’s Eve. Lentils—due to their shape—are ‘said’ to bring money for the coming year. Cotechino is an Italian charcuterie product, similar to salami, but requiring cooking. Usually it is boiled at low heat for about […]

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VERY SPECIAL CHRISTMAS TREAT – “Cartellate” – Cooking with Nonna

VERY SPECIAL CHRISTMAS TREAT – “Cartellate” – Cooking with Nonna * Cartellate are typical sweets originating in Apulia and also produced in neighboring regions. Known as Nevole Crispelle in Calabria, and roses or Crispedde in Basilicata.   * Join Rosella and her Nonna for this very cute video and Wonderful Recipe  

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Soprasatte – How to make Soprasatte – Rosella’s Cooking with Nonna

Soprasatte – How to make Soprasatte – * When we were kids every December our grandparents made Sopressata. My grandfather would go to the butcher and buy pork butts. We would spend an evening or a Sunday in the wine cellar shaving the fat from the meat, grinding the meat and then grinding a portion […]

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“Cannoli Cream” – True Sicilian Recipe

“Cannoli Cream” True Sicilian Recipe Cooking With Nonna Rosella Rago * This wonderful recipe comes to us from Rosella Rago the star of Rosella’s “Cooking with Nonna”. * Find the Rosella’s Recipe on  THE NEXT PAGE

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