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Pasta Calamarata Napoletana

By at May 28, 2013 | 8:39 am | 1 Comments

Pasta Calamarat

In this primo piatto of mouthwatering proportions, the seafood gives name to the pasta and the pasta gives name to the dish.

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By at February 28, 2013 | 6:12 pm | 0 Comment


Giuseppe’s sister Anna stopped by a few weeks ago to whip up her version of the classic Italian dessert, Tiramisù. A creamy concoction made of caffè, eggs, sugar, and mascarpone cheese, its name says it all. It’s a “pick-me-up.” A rich and and ooh so luxurious dessert, each layered bite-full practically melts in your mouth. A relative newcomer to Italian cuisine, Naples may not be able to lay claim to […]

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Migliaccio Salato di Carnevale

By at February 12, 2013 | 5:58 pm | 2 Comments


Taking its name, or so it is said, from the type of flour that was once used to make it, Farina di Miglio, Migliaccio exists in many forms throughout Italy.

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Graffe Napoletane

By at January 29, 2013 | 4:45 pm | 0 Comment


Be it Ciambelle Fritte, Zeppole di Patate or Potato Donuts, no matter what you call them, and here in Napoli they are known simply as Graffe, they will still be every bit as sweet, delectable, and delightful.

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Fettuccine alla Re Ferdinando II

By at January 15, 2013 | 4:23 pm | 0 Comment


Creamy ricotta and mozzarella cheeses, sweet tomatoes and basil, and just a hint of savoury prosciutto paired with a long and luxurious pasta. This Neapolitan classic is definitely fit for a king.

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Carne alla Pizzaiola

By at December 4, 2012 | 12:26 pm | 0 Comment


Like peanut butter and chocolate, somewhere along the line, someone decided to marry this marinara sauce with a small bit of meat. And in true Cucina Povera Napoletana fashion, an inexpensive cut of meat and a few tomatoes were transformed.

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Uova in Purgatorio

By at November 16, 2012 | 4:28 pm | 2 Comments


Fried eggs. Like the second part of Dante’s Divine Comedy. Trapped between heaven and hell. Uova in Purgatorio, Ova ‘mpriatorio in Neapolitan, or Eggs in Purgatory, this could only be a Neapolitan dish.

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Spaghetti alla Puttanesca

By at October 4, 2012 | 5:57 pm | 2 Comments


So pleased was he with his creation, that he incorporated it on his menu. Naming it Spaghetti in the style of, hence the “alla Puttanesca,” the rest as they say is history.

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Spaghetti con i Calamari

By at September 20, 2012 | 2:07 pm | 1 Comments


When cooking squid for a hungry crowd, why make one dish when you can make two. So while big bro Massimo fried up the squid for the Frittura di Calamari plate, Giuseppe went to work on the Spaghetti con i Calamari. Almost as simple as the fried calamari, it uses the same basic sauce as […]

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Frittura di Calamari

By at September 6, 2012 | 2:06 pm | 0 Comment


Served with a bit of salt and lemon, Frittura di Calamari is the perfect appetizer, a flavourful main, a quick and easy side dish, or some crunchy, salty goodness for your favourite salad.

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