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Fried street foods are popular in every region of Italy, where you'll often hear: "Fried, even chair legs are delicious." Neapolitans in particular have

Steamed rice is a perfect side dish.  Never threatening to overshadow the qualities of a main dish, rice is a good accompaniment for grilled

Italian-Americans will tell you flat out that linguine accompanies seafood. Well, at least Long Island Italian-Americans will tell you that. My grandfather, who was

South Africa's potjie -- the country's iconic three-legged cast iron pot and culinary workhorse -- is a centuries-old piece of cooking equipment experiencing a

Given how easy it is to make harīsa, the ubiquitous chile paste of North Africa, I've never had much use for those inferior tubes

Families all seem to have their own Christmas classics -- roast turkey, baked ham, crown roast or pork, or prime rib. Many Italian-Americans will