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An Italian Classic with its roots in Genoa we opted to omit the Garlic in our recipe to allow the Pine Nuts, Basil and Cheese Flavors to prevail. Paired here with Salty Parma Ham this dish is best served with some nice White Wine.
In 1982 the Italian Academy of Cuisine (Accademia Italiana della Cucina), an organization dedicated to preserving the culinary heritage of Italy, recorded and deposited a recipe for “classic Bolognese ragù” with the Bologna Chamber of Commerce. The academy’s version is presented here.
Unlike conventional wisdom, Fajita originated in the 1930’s in Texas when Mexican Cowboys started grilling skirt steak strips with onions and peppers in a pan. Practically an obscure dish, it entered into mainstream America only in the 1990’s when Mexican Fast Food outlets started using the word in marketing campaigns and is an integral part of “Tex-Mex” Cuisine.LBP 10Quick View
A popular yet a more kid friendly meal version, we opted for baking the Nuggets instead of Frying them. Same crunchy texture with the Panko bread, served along with honeyed Vegetables making the whole meal a pleasure and nutritious.LBP 10,500Quick View
Our Mushroom Risotto recipe is a delicious twist on the classic, using grilled dried Portobello mushrooms for a unique nutty taste with peas and A nutmeg ending. Lovely if also served with Crispy Wine.