Do you know how much I love you? Enough to share a preview recipe from Keys To The Kitchen with you and only you. If that doesn’t prove my devotion, I don’t know what does!
To celebrate the fast-approaching publication date of Keys To The Kitchen, I wanted to share this simple pasta of marinated heirloom tomatoes with fresh burrata that you must make before tomato season ends. Oh, and for some extra lovin’ I’m pairing with my publisher, Chronicle Books to do the first cookbook giveaway. So, head over to Chronicle and leave a comment so you can be the first to get your hands on Keys To The Kitchen!
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Unbeknownst to me, I insulted everyone before the meal even began.
I was cooking for my Florentine friends for the first time since moving there and was eager to use all the amazing Italian produce from the local mercato. What I didn’t know is that as much as Florentines are serious about fashion they’re even more serious about food. And when it comes to Tuscan food, they’re adamant about keeping traditional things traditional. Here I was thinking I had just started to get acquainted to my life in Italy — finally confident in both my Italian language and cooking knowledge — only to find out I had totally goofed. You see I had messed with one of the most sacred Florentine dishes, panzanella.
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