Not all spaghetti is created equal.  If you’re looking for some of the best spaghetti in Buffalo, you might want to try out some of these places. Everyone likes their spaghetti prepared differently.  Some like the sauce to be sweet.  Others prefer that it be a little more acidic.  Some like it thick…others like it…

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A guide to getting fancier than fettuccine We’re all familiar with pasta shapes like spaghetti, macaroni and fettuccine. There’s probably at least one of these in your kitchen right now. But are they the right shape for the dish you’re making? Rosario Caputo (Culinary Arts ’05) could tell you. The former co-owner of Cibo Bistro,…

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For me, pasta at home never seems to taste as good as it does in a restaurant. But when Elise Pulbrook was growing up, she found the opposite. Her Italian family would make a big pot of red sauce a couple of times a week, leaving it to simmer for at least five hours. These…

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Broccoli Recipes- Most often considered to be an exotic vegetable, broccoli draws resemblance to cauliflower, a regular vegetable in almost all Indian households. Broccoli is actually part of the cabbage family and its name comes from the Italian word “broccolo”, the flowering top of the cabbage plant. It is said that broccoli was first cultivated…

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Braised Short Rib and Sweet Potato Chili Braising only sounds fancy: This easy chili slow-cooks short ribs until they’re fall-apart tender. Sweet potatoes and jalapeños round it out. Get the recipe from Delish. Source link

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