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.Meatballs Cortinese Style by Joanne Cooke
1. Meatballs Cortinese Style
These Cortinese style meatballs use parsley and fresh breadcrumbs to give them their authentic Italian flavor. They are quick and easy to make, absolutely delicious, and just like grandma would have made. Join Joanne Cooke, as she takes you on a journey through the cicchetti of Venice, in this Grokker Premium Video.
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. 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.
4. Indian Quick Snacks
When you’re frying, its always a good idea to have multiple things to fry so you don’t waste as much oil. Try this Quick Snacks recipe…all you need is uncooked tortillas.