Tag: Tagliatelle

Fall Pasta

Phyllis’ Leek & Pancetta Tagliatelle

My “take” on a Lorenza de’Medici recipe. We think the addition of pancetta and a splash of white wine to the sauce makes it even more delicious.  I often make half the recipe for our primo which goes especially well with lamb marinated in my go

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A New Toy!

It was the spring of 1986 and I had a big income tax return in my hot little hands and I knew exactly where I was going to spend it! Back in the day, Kitchen Aid stand mixers were not

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Ragu Bolognese

I previously posted a recipe for the “official” sauce from Bologna. This version has the same basics but with the addition of beef stock and red wine. Some recipes use beef, pork and veal but I think the pancetta covers the

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Chanterelle Mushroom Tagliatelle

For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. It’s fall! After discovering the most amazing chanterelles at Trout Lake Farmer’s Market the other day there was no question as to what we would be doing with them. It’s

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Tagliatelle With Fresh Tomato Basil Sauce

For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. August, local tomatoes, homemade pasta (if possible), fresh basil, definitely a summer pasta, yum! If making your own pasta, make the dough with 4 eggs. If you wish, you can

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“Official” Bolognese Sauce

This is it!  The “official” sauce from Bologna.  Buon appetito! 400 grams fresh pasta dough made with 4 eggs (never use spaghetti) 300 grams minced beef, the recommended cut is thin flank (aka skirt or finta cartella in Italian) but

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