- By Mashed
Cheese is amazing, and anyone who says otherwise is lying. It's great with wine, perfect on the side with some crackers, and it can improve almost any savory dish you care to add it to. But not all cheese is equal, and there's some that you should leave sitting on the shelf in the grocery store. We're talking about cheese that's not good for your waistline, bad for the environment, and exposing you to a high risk of food poisoning...
- By The Kitchn
Whereas true Bolognese is just as much about the aromatic base of vegetables as it is the meat, Italian-American versions are very meat-heavy (and often use red wine) and more reminiscent of southern Italian dishes. My goal with this showdown was to test both varieties (and a few that fell in between) to find the very best one. Here’s how it went.
- SFGate - Leslie Brenner
Last year, my seasonal craving for ragu Bolognese - the famous long-simmered meat sauce from Italy's Emilia-Romagna region - failed to move on once the weather warmed up. Instead, it mushroomed into an...