There's nothing better on a cool evening than sweet Italian sausage and tomato sauce. Put them over spaghetti and you've got an interesting spin on the age old spaghetti and meatballs, but bake them in a casserole dish with some premade polenta, and you've got a whole new spin on Italian food.Read Full Story
Besides pasta, one of Italy's favorite dishes is polenta, especially in the northern part of the country. Made of cornmeal, polenta has experienced a steady rise in popularity, being featured on restaurant menus worldwide and enjoying a delicious array of creative variations from professional and home cooks alike. Polenta is super easy to make, can be combined with almost anything, and is extremely cheap (notably, it was once a peasant food). Here are some cooking tips and polenta recipes so you can roll up your sleeves and get to stirring!Read Full Story
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