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Restauranteur Lidia Bastianich grew up eating this irresistible fried-cheese snack in her hometown of Pula, Croatia (once part of Italy).
This is a simple yet tasty version of the Tex-Mex classic.
Though not typically Sicilian, this dish combines many ingredients easily found on the island (and in America) into a simple and refined meal.
Hearty and satisfying this dish has the perfect combination of flavors.
Wildflower honey adds a wonderful flavor to the onions in this dish, but if it's hard to find, any honey will do.
These pillowy mushrooms surprise those who eat them with flavors that turn from delicately sweet to sharp.
This sauce is more delicate than the familiar bolognese sauce, and is perfect on pasta.
The recipe for this tumala is a lighter version of its predecessor, an ancient casserole of layered meats, cheese, egg, and rice.
This succulent Sicilian pork roast has a delicious coating of onions and cracked peppercorns.
A popular dish in Sicily, this simple pasta is full of flavor.
This Thai dessert is warm, creamy, and sweet on the inside—with just the right amount of crunch.
This spicy condiment is popular in Thailand, but we’ve mellowed ours with the addition of eggplant.
A favorite in Thailand, this dessert combines coconut-infused rice with refreshingly sweet mango.
This American classic is one of the most popular comfort foods we crave.
There's just something about melting cheese that turns it from good to sublime.