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Tomato Florentine Soup

Tomato Florentine Soup

Sauté the onions and garlic in olive oil, add the tomatoes, spices, spinach, some water, cover and allow to simmer

The Traditional Food of Florence and Tuscany, Italy! A Taste of Tuscany!

(photo credited to the talented chefs of "Organic Tuscany", link to the recipe)Pappa al Pomodoro (Mush of Tomato)A humble, yet hearty soup made of dense, crusty, stale Italian bread and tomato, olive oil, onion, garlic, freshly cracked sea salt, maybe a pinch of dried red pepper flakes (pepperoncini), and garnished with fresh basil
Italian Regional Cooking – Toscana

Italian Regional Cooking – Toscana

In a soup pot, gently saute the onion, carrot and celery in a little olive oil. Olive oil is made up of Moraiolo, Leccino and Frantoio olives
A childhood flashback: bracioline al pomodoro

A childhood flashback: bracioline al pomodoro

Extra virgin olive oil. These are my madeleines, the first bite of a braciolina and there it is, a film that features a girl in a checkered apron playing outside in the garden under the shade of the lime trees and the acacias, a stone tied up with a rope pretending it was her dog and the fig tree in the late summer where she would climb to eat the juicy fruits still warm from the September sun

Italian Treasures – The Castles of Piacenza

The French-style garden, with its statues and fountains, is from the end of the eighteenth century, when Luigi Villoresi, director of the park of the Royal Villa in Monza, assisted in its design
Italy: Panzanella

Italy: Panzanella

Gently mix all the ingredients with a spoon, season with extra virgin olive oil, then add salt and pepper
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Top 25 Healthy Kale Recipes

The tangy and savory combination of the sun-dried tomatoes and red chili along with the over-powering flavors of oregano and olive oil takes it to a whole new level
Italian Treasures – Michelangelo

Italian Treasures – Michelangelo

Drain the pasta in a colander and drizzle with olive oil. The Medici garden became a school for Michelangelo because it was filled with statues that he could use for inspiration

Tomato Florentine Soup

Heat olive oil. Add stewed tomatoes, tomato bisque, vegetable broth, condensed tomatosoup, water, sugar and wine