A simple dessert recipe for little cakes that are perfect for tea time -- but with a California twist! Brown butter and almond flour cakelets get mixed with roasted pistachios and candided kumquats for a not-too-sweet and healthy-ish treat!
Our friend and Tuscan chili farmer, Rita Salvadori, shared this simple but elegant pasta recipe with us when we visited her and her family while learning all things olive oil. Made with chili peppers, bottarga, pine nuts, lemon, and parsley, the key is making it with the most quality ingredients you can find!
Like the chorizo of Hawaii, Portuguese sausage is a fresh or smoked sweet-spicy sausage that's used in breakfast dishes, plate lunches, and at many tailgates. This recipe combines Portuguese sausage with other local flavors -- sweet onion and sweet bread - for a Hawaiian slant on classic Thanksgiving stuffing.
One of our top rules in the kitchen? Always, always, always use the highest-quality ingredients available. Especially when you’re cooking a seasonal fall harvest recipe made with just a few ingredients.
You may think the best time to buy fresh seasonal produce is during the warmer months, but fa...
During our trip to the Tuscan countryside, we came across one of the most interesting pastas we'd had in a long time. Made with burrata, saffron, and guanciale, it's an easy pasta that's decadent and totally amazing.
My latest obsession has been this buttermilk and strawberry lassi. Some swear you must use whole milk yogurt to call it a lassi, but I like the tang and frothiness that comes from blended buttermilk. From there, riff as you please, but don’t skip the cardamom and rosewater because they take it from meh to a tall sip of India.
We'll admit it: we're major fan girls of Giada DiLaurentiis because, well, tbh, we feel like we relate to her. We too are from California, we too love all things Italy, and our cooking is very much inspired by both places. So it's no surprise that we swooned when we saw her newest book, Giada’s I...