These are the Italian pasta sauces you’ll come back to again and again.
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5 Italian Easter Dinner Recipes Worthy of a Feast
5 Italian Easter Dinner Recipes Worthy of a Feast

At an Italian table, Easter is on par with Christmas in terms of traditional dishes, rituals, family recipes, and a large gathering of relatives to share it all with.

Newly-sprung spring has much to do with typical Easter fare, so you’ll often find dishes prepared with fresh ricotta made from the sweet and creamy milk of sheep that have been nibbling on new green pastures, along with plenty of eggs.

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Italian Meatballs

Italian Meatballs

These classic Italian-American style meatballs are huge and pillowy soft! They’re mixed with ground beef and pork, loaded with herbs and cheese, and served with a traditional tomato sauce. Make them baseball-sized for a dinner entree, or roll them smaller for an appetizer.

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12 Italian Cookies You Can Make Without a Nonna to Teach You How
12 Italian Cookies You Can Make Without a Nonna to Teach You How
12 Italian Cookies You Can Make Without a Nonna to Teach You How
12 Italian Cookies You Can Make Without a Nonna to Teach You How
12 Italian Cookies You Can Make Without a Nonna to Teach You How
12 Italian Cookies You Can Make Without a Nonna to Teach You How
12 Italian Cookies You Can Make Without a Nonna to Teach You How
12 Italian Cookies You Can Make Without a Nonna to Teach You How
12 Italian Cookies You Can Make Without a Nonna to Teach You How
12 Italian Cookies You Can Make Without a Nonna to Teach You How
12 Italian Cookies You Can Make Without a Nonna to Teach You How

I’m not Italian, nor have I ever been to Italy. I can’t share my favorite Italian wine bar to tuck away in or make you feel like you’re standing in an Italian market. I wouldn’t know the first thing about navigating the country and I don’t know how to cook a steak half as good as the ones that are supposedly served in Florence. But one thing I do know is cookies—and Italy has some of the finest.

Unfussy, traditional, and always just the right amount of sweet, Italian cookies of any sort never fail to to end a meal (or start a day) on the perfect note. Make these 10 Italian cookie recipes for your caffe—you don’t even need a nonna to teach you how.

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Italian Wedding Soup

Italian Wedding Soup

This comforting and classic Italian soup is made with pork and beef meatballs, greens, and tiny pasta. It’s ready in about an hour from start to finish, great for a weeknight meal!

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Tomato Tortellini Soup with Italian Sausage

Creamy tomato soup is elevated by adding cheese-filled tortellini, Italian sausage, and fresh spinach. A touch of cream and a handful of fresh basil make this easy weeknight meal a fan favorite!

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Creamy Tomato Tortellini Soup with Italian Sausage

Creamy tomato soup is elevated by adding cheese-filled tortellini, Italian sausage, and fresh spinach. A touch of cream and a handful of fresh basil make this easy weeknight meal a fan favorite!

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The Italian Pasta Trick No One Talks About
The Italian Pasta Trick No One Talks About

Every week in Genius Recipes—often with your help!—Food52 Creative Director and lifelong Genius-hunter Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that will change the way you cook.


When a kitchen trick makes something both better-tasting and easier to cook, you have to wonder which came first. (Or don’t wonder, and just send your fork a-twirl in a mess of pesto-speckled noodles, which is what you came to do.)

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This Genius Italian Pasta Salad Breaks the #1 Rule in Pasta Cookery
This Genius Italian Pasta Salad Breaks the #1 Rule in Pasta Cookery

Every week in Genius Recipes—often with your help!—Food52 Creative Director and lifelong Genius-hunter Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that will change the way you cook.


Try this: Ask the closest person to you what texture pasta should be. Jeopardy-style, if you like. With Holzhauer-esque speed, they will answer: What is al dente? And they’ll be correct. Mostly.

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Welcome to 30 Days, 30 Ways to Green, where we’re sharing all the little (and not so little!) things we do to live eco-friendlier every day. Stick with us all month long for a lineup of handy tips—from composting do’s and don’ts to which reusable products really light up our lives.


Ever since my sister-in-law Heather spent a semester in Florence, ribollita—the traditional Tuscan vegetable soup thickened with stale bread—has been one of her go-to dishes. She taught herself how to make it almost immediately upon returning to New York, and for good reason. Hearty and comforting, ribollita couldn’t be simpler to make, and a big batch stretches through the week for one or two people on a tight budget. It epitomizes cucina povera, the barebones cooking style common to rural Italy that makes use of every last crumb or stalk in the cupboard or crisper.

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