Garlicky Broccoli Rabe

Broccoli Rabe, also called Rapini, is a green crusiferous vegetable that somewhat resembles broccoli – except with smaller florets. Broccoli rabe is often used in Italian cooking and is somewhat bitter. Although some find the favor to be an acquired taste, but we think it’s absolutely delicious.

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Pao De Queijo – Brazilian Cheese Bread

Portuguese for “cheese bread”, Pao de Queijo is a baked cheese roll that is very popular in Brazil and much of South America. It is often eaten for breakfast, or as a snack with coffee or drinks.

Pao de Queijo is crunchy/fluffy/chewy/cheesy and like nothing you’ve ever tasted before. You won’t be able to resist these addictive little morsels!

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Chickpea Flatbread

Farinata (chickpea flatbread) is very simple to make with just a couple of ingredients…chickpea flour, a bit of good olive oil and some herbs and spices. The result is a delicious flatbread that’s creamy in the middle and crisp on the outside with perfectly charred edges.

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Goat Cheese & Arugula Quiche with Caramelized Onions

Quiche – a savory custard made with cream, eggs and any combination of fillings that you can imagine – is actually very simple to make. This version with spicy arugula and creamy goat cheese makes a perfect dish for brunch, lunch or even a light dinner accompanied by a salad or a bowl of soup.


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