A Translation of the Most Common Italian Ingredients

Italian cooking isn’t hard. It’s actually rather fresh and simple. But if you don’t speak fluent Italian, it can be rather hard to read some of the best recipes. Occasionally you will be asked for an ingredient that you may know under a different name.    So in this post, we listed the most common Italian cooking ingredients with their English translations. We also add descriptions of the ingredient. In some cases, we even list where the ingredients are from.   A   Acciuga, Acciuughe or also Alice: Anchovies. These are also generally purchased under either oil or salt.  Aceto:…

Healthy Bread Pizza

Easy Party Food Kids Can Assemble with Natural Ingredients Feeding children for a party, special occasions, or just dinner doesn’t have to be difficult, time-consuming, or unhealthy. Try the following pizza kids can make, and offer them a tasty and nutritious meal. Ingredients for Bread Pizza Serves 10, two bread pizzas per person Two loaves of whole wheat French bread Three tablespoons olive oil, in a small bowl Large tin crushed tomato sauce, marinara sauce, or other natural spaghetti sauce Medium sized package of turkey pepperoni 16oz. package shredded full fat mozzarella cheese 16 oz. package shredded reduced fat or…

Homemade Dough Makes the Perfect Pizza

A person’s love affair with pizza starts at an early age and reflects his or her environment. The thickness of the crust varies from a New York City pizza that’s so thin it can be folded in half lengthwise, to a Chicago favorite, the deep-dish pizza. Toppings range from traditional (tomato sauce with cheese) to trendy (duck sausage and goat cheese), and everything (and anything) in between. Pizza has diversified, blended, and been embraced by many ethnic cultures. Make Homemade Pizza The best pizza, though, may be the one made in a home kitchen. Why make pizza at home? To…