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Hot, Gooey Cheese! Make This Provoleta Recipe (And Never Look Back)

Melted provolone with love from from Argentina
Jun 26, 2014 12:00 pm
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If you're looking for traditional Argentine food, odds are you'll find steak and provoleta on the menu. Provoleta is an appetizer or side dish of simple seared and melted provolone cheese, seasoned with herbs and spiced and served with plenty of bread for dipping. It's fondue at its least pretentious, and it's a great reason to break out the cast-iron skillet.

Italian Grilled Pork Sandwiches Recipe

Broccoli rabe and provolone-topped porky heaven
May 19, 2013 2:02 pm
grilled italian pork sandwich recipe

We presume you know of the Italian pork sandwich, a meaty bomb packed with spicy, garlicky sautéed broccoli rabe and sharp smoked provolone. Here's how to make a great one.

Italian Stuffed Cherry Peppers Recipe

Prosciutto and cheese make for a hearty filling
Apr 19, 2013 12:01 pm
Photo: Anjali Pinto

We're always looking for simple recipes for big, flavorful bites. Party food, bar food, random snacks — it's all good. We stumbled upon what appears to be the perfect Italian stuffed cherry pepper recipe. Pour yourself a glass of something nice, and dig into this peppery, sharp and salty treat.

Broccoli Rabe and Provolone Hot Dog

Italian sausage dresses up for your barbecue
May 15, 2012 12:01 pm
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Photo: Mark Shaw

One of our favorite side dishes with any Italian classic, like gooey homemade eggplant parmesean or the labor of love that is lasagna, is bitter, toothsome broccoli rabe sauteed very simply with garlic, olive oil and just a pinch of red chili flakes. It happens to make an excellent topping for an Italian sausage in a crisp, toasted bun with melted provolone.

Rolled Flank Steak Recipe

Steak stuffed with bacon, spinach and cheese
Feb 6, 2012 5:01 pm
stuffed flank steak recipe
Photo: Mary Britton Senseney

Flank steak is a great cut of meat — it soaks up flavor, chars nicely on the grill, and has tons of beefy flavor owing to the well-muscled underbelly of the cow. Using a butterfly technique, you can make the most of this tasty cut by stuffing it.

 

 

Wrap Update: Stromboli

Stromboli: Roll up to an Italian pizza wrap
Aug 15, 2011 12:16 pm
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Photo: uberculture on Flickr

Stromboli won't exactly take offense if you call it a calzone, but then again, it's an inanimate object. A very tasty one, at that. A stromboli is not a calzone, however. Calzones are stuffed and folded over. We liken the stromboli more to a deli wrap containing things a...

The Italian: No Substitution For A Hero

This much Italian meat makes it Jersey Shore-worthy
Jul 28, 2011 11:16 am
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Photo: Jeffrey Tastes on Flickr

How many times have you ordered a sandwich only to be disappointed with drab meat occupying the prime real estate between two pieces of bread? Too many to count, we imagine. There are sandwiches out there that make us question humanity's passion for lunch. And there is the Italian hero.

My brother deserves a shout-out here. The plaid-wearing, beard-growing,...

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