Although pizza is attributed to Queen Margherita of Italy, did you know it originated in Greece? See this history.
So, while the conventional granddaddy (or nonna) of pizza is Neopolitan and the war between New York and Chicago rages on over who has the best pizza … here, in the FOODalogue kitchen, it’s the fresh, less caloric, do-it-yourself ‘new school pizza’ (like this one) that reigns. Continue Reading
You can file this one under ‘healthy’, but don’t stop there. Tag it ‘delicious’ too. Continue Reading
You won’t miss the potatoes. In fact, like me, you may even prefer it this way. Continue Reading
Although we’ve been lucky for a number of years now, living in FL you know the drill and you don’t take chances. A couple days before a storm’s forecasted arrival: fill the gas tank, stock up on water and fresh ingredients — fruits, veggies, cheeses, crusty bread. Things that are easy to eat without power. And … while you still have power, start cooking what’s in the freezer.
I was prepared but once it was reality and I was stuck in the house till it passed, my thoughts went to comfort foods. So, with the first rain band, I got cooking – literally!
I love serendipitous moments, especially when they emanate from the kitchen.
My most recent serendipitous moment came as I was prepping an antipasto table … you know, a variety of tasty little dishes like the crustless artichoke and chard pie I posted the other day, caponata, roasted peppers, artisanal cheeses, crusty bread, and assorted other Italian delicacies to accompany a couple of varieties of wine.
I must have been living under rock. When it metaphorically lifted, I discovered a lot of people in the foodie world were buzzing about cauliflower pizza crust. Continue Reading
This is a great salad to carry to a party. Whether you carry it out or wow guests at home, it really is a ‘must try’.