FIRST NIGHT IN FLORENCE SPAGHETTI
When I recently made my Pasta Piselli dish I was reminded of this wonderful, simple and utterly delicious pasta dish from my dear friend Cynthia, “The Solitary Cook”. Cynthia and I met through Food 52 and I admire her, she is a Chef, an amazing and creative cook and one of the nicest people you will ever meet, Besides our mutual love of food we share a love of animals and her assortment of furry and feathered friends is wonderful. I hope you enjoy this recipe, I make it all the time, I have mentioned Cynthia to you all before, making her great recipes for bread, she is an astounding bread baker. Visit her blog, you’ll see how wonderful she and her blog are… Enjoy!!!
Is Wednesday still called “hump day?” Well, whether your work week is a straight Monday through Friday shot, or a variation thereon, chances are it has a middle that you need to get past in order to get to the other side. On nights like that I need something fast. But good. Very good. Points are awarded if it’s easy to clean up after. And leftovers for the next day’s lunch are a big plus.
This has become my go-to for such evenings. Like all favorite foods, this one has a story. I first posted it and the recipe on the lovely food52.com, where I’m known as boulangere. It was early last August, not long after I had returned from Italy and France with the dancing daughter. Since then, it’s garnered over 5,000 views, and 175 people have saved it. Neither is even close to a…
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