Naples in the NY Times!!!Seth Kugel's Naples: Must-Sees and See-What-Happens with a very nice shout out to Napoli Unplugged too!
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A favorite dish on a cold winters day, this thick and hardy minestra is “molto cremosa” as they say. The creaminess coming from the starches in the rice and potatoes. Continue reading
Pasta Fasul – well that is just pure love on a plate. One of those dishes I crave like chicken pot pie, mashed potatoes and macaroni and cheese.
Almost as famous as Neapolitan pizza are Neapolitan fritti – bite sized fried delights that are made in most every kitchen in Napoli, served as antipasti in most pizzerias and restaurants and a favorite street food sold by the friggitorie. Continue reading
There are two things that are synonymous with Easter in Napoli – Pastiera – the ricotta and wheat based pie that is like a cheesecake on steroids and its equally indulgent antithesis – the rustic and savory Casatiello. Think of them … Continue reading
Cucina Povera Napoletana – considered peasant food or the “cuisine of the poor,” Cucina Povera Napoletana can more accurately be described as the art of using simple ingredients and simple methods to create a truly spectacular dish! A traditional recipe … Continue reading