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.How to Make Classic Lasagna
1. How to Make Classic Lasagna
Classic but delicious. This easy lasagna recipe is perfect for your next dinner and your family will love it.
2. 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.
3. How To Make Homemade Tagliatelle Pasta
Semolina flour, eggs and a pinch of salt are all you need to make this fresh homemade pasta recipe. Food at 52's John Benbow teaches you how to prepare pasta dough from scratch and handcut it expertly into perfect tagliatelle. Join Culinary Instructor John Benbow in this Grokker Premium video.
4. Amaretti Semifreddo
Join John and Sage in this Grokker premium video as they whip together this classic semi-frozen dessert. Pockets of amaretti biscuits and crunchy pistachios make this an Italian delight that is simple to prepare and will last for as long as your self-restraint will allow you.
5. Ricotta Gnocchi with Blue Cheese Fonduta
This beautiful "soft as a pillow" Gnocchi is a very rustic Italian favorite. Wine Chef Eric Lee shows how to get it fluffy and perfect while adding incredible flavors of brussels sprout, leek, butternut squash, and ricotta. Topped with an Italian blue cheese recipe called Fonduta. Watch all of the Grokker Premium videos in the Winter Wine Country collection.
6. Butternut Squash Ravioli
Start cooking Italian with this recipe for "Ravioli di Zucca", a homemade Ravioli with a filling of butternut squash and biscotti. This Northern Italian recipe is popular at Christmas and delicious all year round. Culinary Instructors John and Sage share their recipe and tips for homemade Ravioli.
7. Squash Ravioli With Brown Butter Sage Sauce
If you thought ravioli was way too complicated to make yourself...we're here to prove you wrong! Try this amazing recipe for squash ravioli smothered in a golden brown butter sauce and sage. This really is one of those comforting, warm your soul kind of dishes that's just too good not to try!
8. Italian Easter Sweet Bread Recipe
What a way to bring a meal together with a warm bread to dip into a soup or to eat with butter? This bread is sweet and perfect for any Italian meal.