Last year, we were getting in touch with our Italian roots with favorites like no-cook tomato sauce, tiramisu, and soul-satisfying homemade gnocchi. We also had advice on making pasta like a pro, details to steal from Italian kitchens, and much more. Take a look!
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• Knead it, shape it, cook it: everything you need to know about homemade pasta.
• With so many fantastic Italian cookbooks out there, how are we to choose?
• Make this classic Italian salad with burrata and the last of your summer tomatoes.
• You can be sure no Italian grandmother ever had powdered butter in her pantry.
• Everything you ever wanted to know about olive oil.
• There's so much more to Italian cuisine than pasta.
• What's up with that salt-less, bland-tasting Tuscan bread?
• If you like tiramisu, check out these awesome variations.
• Three stunning details from Italian kitchens to steal for your own.
• There's nothing simpler - or better - than a quick no-cook tomato sauce.
• Stock your pantry with these ten essential ingredients for Italian cooking.
• This press is for anyone who's ever dreamed of making their own spaghetti at home.
• You say pinot grigio, I say pinot gris...but is there really a difference?
• Not all Italian food has to be heavy and full of cheese. Here are eight lighter, yet still hearty, Italian dishes to try.
• Gnocchi dumplings look incredibly rustic and taste oh-so-delicious.
A Year Ago and A Week: No Cook Steel-Cut Oats and Summer's End Nectarine Sorbet