As the temperatures continue to drop, get cozy with a big pan of this creamy mushroom Florentine with gnocchi
Italian “bistecca” brushed with olive oil and rosemary has simple, delicious flavors. Served rare it shows a chef’s skills and the quality of ingredients.
Learn the history of the tender Florentine steak, where to enjoy it in the region, and how to cook it at home. Grab some friends and dig in.
Spiced sautéed spinach cradles a poached egg and crispy polenta cakes replace the usual toasted English muffin for a hearty breakfast or brunch.
It is said that the best Italian chefs are those born in the kitchen watching the family cooking.
Florentines are enormously popular cookies world-wide, but a visit to the best of Florence’s pastry shops for these cookies will leave you empty-handed.