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This dish is something my sister would always cook for me when I visited her. As she has gotten older, she's modified the recipe due to certain dietary restrictions and lifestyle choices that she's made, however we all agree it's more delicious this way. Try substituting out the heavy cream found in most vodka sauces with this cashew cream alternative!
Made for Rebecca Bradley's Food Illustration course, Spring 2020.
Being a military kid mean't that my early years were spent moving around to different places. When my family moved to Rome, Italy from 2005-2007, our experience there definitely changed the way we eat and enjoy food as a family today. My Dad's Pasta Primavera is a dish that he would throw together when we had a few zucchini in the fridge and some parmesan cheese left over. It is a dish I also make for myself all the time due to it's simplicity and nostalgia which helps me in my busy college life right now. I hope those who make this dish think of good times cooking with their family like I do when making this.
Pasta e Fagioli is a traditional italian soup and consists of inexpensive ingredients. There are a lot of variations of this dish, due to the availability of the ingredients in the different regions of Italy. Dean Martin popularized this dish with his song „That’s Amore“ which includes the lyrics "When the stars make you drool, just like pasta fazool, that's amore".
This is an Italian classic. Almost every mum in Italy has her own recipe for pasta and fagioli. I love it bacause we use all the different kind of leftover pasta we can find in her cupboard, so it is an Italian way to avoid waist of food: eating!!!
In my family we make it without cheese nor ham, so it is a yummy vegan version! My mamma uses blackeyed beans. I can feel her fresh toush when she puts parsil and olive oil at the end: the smell is unique.
I really love her elegant version of this amazing recipe!
This is the kind of recipe that uses what's left in the pantry at the end of the week to create a tasty dish. Most Italian kitchens have all these ingredients always at hand: olive oil, olives, garlic, capers, anchovies and tomatoes... There are many theories on the origins of the name of the dish, but as I remember, it's just a frugal way to make do with what is available! Global Cuisine