So you are having a small dinner party and your comfort zone is Italian food, but your guests love Greek. What do you do? Make the same old lasagna and garlic bread? Cancel the dinner in a frustrated fit? Serve Indian? I have a better idea; Fusion! By combining a few basics from each cuisine and thinking outside the box, I created a menu that was sure to please everyone! Let’s walk through the menu together! Godere! Απολαύστε! Enjoy!
Okay, so not all Greek-Italian fusions are good. Trust me, the food is better than a Mona Stamos any day!
Check out The Scarlet Runner! Hilary Mace is an amazingly talented chef and I’m so excited to share my experience with you!
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Take a look at the back of your tub of Ricotta cheese and read the ingredients. Aside from the fact that it could take all day, there are probably things in that container that you can’t pronounce much less sound like actual food. What if I told you, you can make ricotta cheese with two ingredients. Well since the cat is out of the bag, let’s get started!
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Label your Pyrex with a dry erase marker and make your meal in advance. When the timer is set and the oven pre-heated, wipe off and cook! No need to dig out that recipe you saw in a magazine a week ago!!!