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Here are the top ten articles for the Italian Food Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Arrosto - Italian Pot Roast Recipe
Arrosto di carne, Italian for pot roast, can be prepared also on the stove top using a large pot or a Dutch oven.
2. Lidia’s Italy Cookbook Review
A great Italian cooking book, with a diverse selection of Italian recipes that will takes the readers on a journey through some of the most beautiful areas of Italy and their grand culinary traditions.
3. Italian Christmas Eve-Feast of the Seven Fishes
In Italy, the main reason for having a Christmas Eve dinner at home is to cook, eat and have a merry good time. In the USA, this is known also as the Feast of the Seven Fishes. Find the menu here.
4. Giada's Kitchen Cookbook Review
A great Italian cookbook, where each recipe is a burst of taste, colors and combination of flavors; the instructions are really easy to follow for anyone, and the final result of virtually every dish is presented in a beautiful arrangement of photographs.
5. Pitta M'Pigliata Dessert Recipe
This recipe is often referred to as Pita Piata. It is a traditional dessert from the Calabria region of Italy.
6. Basic Polenta Recipe
Polenta is also known in the U.S. as the Italian cornmeal, but this simple food is much more than just boiled maize flour. Find out the recipe to make real Italian polenta.
7. Homemade Meat Broth Recipe
A homemade, Italian meat broth that is delicate and light.
8. Scungilli Salad Recipe
This dish is an annual favorite of Christmas Eve.
9. Braciole, Meat Rolls & Involtini Recipe
Braciole or beef rolls are a traditional Italian-American dish. In Italy, however, the recipe can be quite different. Find out why.
10. Struffoli Recipe
These little, ball shaped cookies are a holiday favorite for many Italian families. They are sticky but delicious.
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