Posts tagged arugula
Girl Pizza

Any creative way to disguise salad as pizza deserves applause. Pizzas are a great way to use up bits of this and that in the refrigerator. Arugula is a tough sale at many family tables--that is until it becomes pizza. Dubbed "girl" pizza because teenage boys think teenage girls eat a lot more "rabbit food" than they do. Nonetheless, these Girl Pizzas are served two at a time and eaten with the same gusto by all as a meat lover's pizza. 

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Baby Arugula, Parmesan & Cranberry Salad

Simple yet elegant, spicy and sweet, harvested young arugula with petite tender leaves is more mild tasting than its full grown peppery self.  Baby arugula is delicate without being boring. . This is most satisfying when greens are picked locally and seasonally, backyard best, and farm (or garden) to fork is taken to heart.

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Tuscan Steak with Parmesan Butter, Vincotto & Arugula

Visiting Tuscany teases all of the senses. Rolling hills dotted with miles of sunflower fields, solitary cypress trees, centuries old farmhouses, vineyards, and olive groves seem to jump from the paintings of Renaissance masterpieces. Sun-drenched rustic charm is as true of its landscapes as it is of its people. Tuscan steak, known as Bistecca alla Fiorentina to the locals, is one of the most popular dishes in the region.

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