Category: Dr. Michele Carbone

Il Polpettone: “the big meat ball”

This is a very old recipe that you can find in the famous cookbook by Artusi, the great grandfather of what is now known as the Italian Cuisine.  He apparently loved this dish—like me and all my friends and guests—but you will seldom find it in any Italian restaurant, either in Italy or in the […]

Fennel and Orange Salad

This is a wonderful refreshing salad, typical of the South of Italy.  It goes very well after you eat any heavy food—pork, fish, whatever—to cleanse the palate and be ready for the next dish.  It is a constant in my twelve-course Christmas dinner, and it is always rated as one of the best dishes. It’s […]

Spaghetti with Veal Shank (Spaghetti allo stinco)

Spaghetti allo stinco (Spaghetti with a sauce made of Veal Shank) In the US this is an unusual recipe, because it is not always easy to find veal shanks.  You may need to order them in advance from your butcher.   This is one of my preferred new dishes—new because I put it together a few […]

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