Brasato al Barolo is savory, tender beef slowly braised in a rich and full-flavored Italian wine. Watch now to see how to make this dish in the latest video from POV Italian Cooking
Meatballs can be used many different ways and accompany a huge variety of dishes. When stuffed with cheese, as they are in this video, they became a decadent, savory treat that is hard to describe because they are just so good. See my Cheese Stuffed Meatball recipe in the latest video from POV Italian Cooking
We are two friends, one Greek and one from Belgium, with passion cooking for friends. We welcome our guest in a garden 4000 square meters with trees and our own vegetable garden. You'll enjoy Greek Traditional food with fresh vegetables of our garden and local meat with traditional drink. All this with view the sunset and special music.
On demand we can make glutenfree and dairy free food (no separate kitchen).
We are located 10 minutes from the port of Patras.(we can pick you up).
The Lupi Reali Appassimento is a Montepulciano-based red wine from the Italian region Abruzzo. The use of the appassimento process creates a wonderfully pleasing fruity wine with elements of dark cherries, spices and herbs. The aftertaste brings elements of ripe grape sweetness.
This wine is often served with potato-based dishes and pizzas but it also perfectly matches with different combinations of pasta.
We prepared a potato focaccia to better savour this wine and enhance its characteristics. You should believe us when we say that this was a rather apt combination!
This wine is imported to Denmark from Vinimondo.dk, a wine wholesaler that works with some of the best wine suppliers in Italy, Portugal, France and Spain.
for the recipe follow this link: https://madanddelicacy.com/2019/01/15/matching-food-and-wine-potato-focaccia-red-wine-corte-fiore-lupi-reale-appassimento/
In this video, you’ll get a detailed description of the simplistic, yet savory, unforgettable taste of Semolina Three Cheese Bread. I was joined in the kitchen with guests and made this bread as an appetizer to keep us going during a long day of filming. You can see how to make the bread we are tasting in episode 86 of POV Italian Cooking.
Parmesan Pomodoro sauce is sweet, savory, and packs a parmesan punch. This sauce is simple to make and great with spaghetti, in lasagna or as a topping to juicy meatballs. Parmesan pomodoro does sound fancy and taste amazing but it is incredibly easy to make. See how I make Parmesan Pomodoro in the latest video from POV Italian Cooking
With this week’s post we want you to enhance your dining experience by pairing a perfect wine to the recipe we will be presenting.
Pasta with extra virgin olive oil, parsley and breadcrumbs comes from the Mediterranean diet. This is a light but at the same time a tasteful dish which we paired with the white wine Noelia Ricci “Brò” Bianco Forlì.
Noelia Ricci is a family winery from the Emilia Romagna region, established in 2010 and located near the Sangiovese wine-growing area of Predappio. This wine, featuring a strong minerality, a salty juiciness and citrus notes, is produced from Trebbiano grapes and is vinified with the skins of Pagadebit grapes.
This wine is imported to Denmark from Vinimondodk, a wine wholesaler that works with some of the best wine suppliers in Italy, Portugal, France and Spain.
For more details about the wine and the wholesaler: https://vinimondo.dk.
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