Did you know that Italian pasta varieties all originated in different villages in medieval Italy? Through the ages Italians have retained a sense of localism in their dishes that is all about food fresh out of the earth, off the tree, and from the farm.Making Pizza Dough by Loyd Grossman
1. Making Pizza Dough - The Signature Dish
Welcome to Loyd Grossman's Signature Dish. Join Loyd on his culinary journey to uncover London's best restaurants, and learn the secrets to making their signature dish at home. In this episode you will meet James Elliot, half of The Pizza Pilgrims, who will give you all the tips and tricks you need to make perfect dough, and how to spin the dough like a real pro! So join Loyd Grossman in this Grokker Premium video, as he hears about the Pizza Pilgrims story and learns how to make delicious and authentic pizza.
2. Radish Salad with Truffle Oil and Pecorino Cheese
This wonderful, fresh radish salad with truffle oil is perfect to serve on a cold winter's evening. It is incredibly healthy, deliciously peppery, and great for a vegetarian guest. Join Chef Joanne Cooke, as she introduces you to this "Cicchetti" or side dish from Venice, in this Grokker Premium Video.
3. How to Make Classic Lasagna
Classic but delicious. This easy lasagna recipe is perfect for your next dinner and your family will love it.
4. Michael Symon's Mom's Lasagna
Delicious recipe handed down to Chef Michael Symon that you have to try now! It's a classic lasagna with the heart and soul of Michael Symon's mother.
5. Olive Garden Lasagna Classico
Ultra-comforting, and packed with layers of meat sauce, cheese, and tender noodles, Olive Garden's Lasagna Classico is one of their bestselling menu items (and for good reason). Learn how to make this surprisingly easy dish at home, and bring a taste of Italian-American fare to your table. Gooey, gratifying, and fit to feed a crowd, it's a must-make for large dinner parties for extra ease make it ahead of time and reheat it or to keep on hand for leftovers throughout the week.
6. Cotechino Sausage and Braised Lentils
Braised lentils, golden rush apples, Italian cotechino sausage, and chives are all cooked together in one delicious pot and then topped with zesty bergamot juice. Traditionally served in Italy at New Year, join Chef Josh Posner as he recreates this recipe in this Grokker Premium video, part of his Seasonal Nosh collection.
7. Rabaton Gnocchi
If you've never tried making Gnocchi from scratch, this is the perfect recipe for you to cut your culinary teeth on. No need to get nervous because you are in the expert hands of Chef Staffan Terje, Chef and Owner of Perbacco Restaurant in San Francisco. Chef Staffan shares a simple and easy Rabaton Gnocchi recipe that will transform you into a confident, homemade pasta maker without needing any fancy equipment. This classic favorite hails from the Piemonte, pronounced [pjeˈmonte], region of Northern Italy and calls for fresh ingredients like ricotta cheese, spinach, parmigiano reggiano, butternut squash, and a touch of nutmeg for a layered, nutty flavor. Chef Steffan will also demonstrate how to prepare a butternut squash, sage and brown butter sauce to finish the dish off. Overcome your trepidation by watching this Grokker Premium video on how to make sublime Rabaton Gnocchi.
8. Italian Feast Menu: Family Recipe Ideas
Foodie paradise!1.) Vodka Grapefruit Fizz - 2:222.) Antipasto Skewers - 4:383.) Parmesan Breaded Chicken With Tomato, Basil Topping - 7:284.) Lemon Feta Orzo - 12:135.) Roasted Rosemary Veggies - 14:276) Espresso Sundaes - 17:537) Pre-Party Prep (The Game Plan) - 20:58If you're looking to throw an Italian themed dinner party for your friends, this is the menu for you! and if you have kids coming over, no more preparing 2 separate meals for the parents and kids. Each of these dishes can be adjusted slightly so that the kids will eat them too. This family friendly Italian feast is easy to prepare and bursting with vibrant colors and fresh flavors. Enjoy!
9. North African Feat Part 3: Spiced Chicken Legs (Roasted)
This week we're heading to North Africa for the flavors inspired by Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria. We've planned a menu just for you from the appetizer all the way down to the dessert! This week we're throwing a ""progressive meal"". So check back each day this week to get the next course of the menu.
10. North African Feast Menu Part 2: Roasted Beet Salad Recipe: Gorgonzola, Pinenuts & Mint
This week we're heading to North Africa for the flavors inspired by Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria. We've planned a menu just for you from the appetizer all the way down to the dessert! This week we're throwing a ""progressive meal"". So check back each day this week to get the next course of the menu."