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North African Meatballs

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North African Meatballs

These North African meatballs are a lamb meatball made with spices commonly used in both Tunisia and Morocco. They’re easy enough to make for a tasty weeknight meal.

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Chana Masala

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Chana Masala

The secret to good, authentic chana masala is in the ingredients. Indian spices, good quality chickpeas, and really good quality tomatoes for the sauce. Each bite should be out of this world good!

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Greek Pastitsio

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Greek Pastitsio

what’s with using penne, or ziti? In my understanding, a pastitsio should hold together more or less- like a lasagna. If we’re using short noodles, it’s just a great mess of a pasta bake

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Minestrone Soup

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Minestrone Soup

Do you love minestrone? This favorite Italian soup is made with fresh seasonal vegetables, often with the addition of pasta or rice.

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Baccalá in Spicy Ugly Sauce

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Baccalá in Spicy Ugly Sauce

Dried and salted fish doesn’t sound like something to get too excited about. But if you ask an Italian about baccalà, or salted cod, you’ll see their eyes light up.

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Ugly Tomatoes with Quinoa

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Ugly Tomatoes with Quinoa

Harvest '18 is still going and only getting stronger! With all these extra tomatoes lying around the kitchen, we just have to eat 'em up (especially the ones that don't make it to the jars).

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Panzanella Salad

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Panzanella Salad

The best time of year is now! So many UGLY tomatoes are causing us to make so many delicious salads, still! As a small company who hustles weekly at Union Square Greenmarket and does in-store demonstrations, we always have quite a bit of bread on hand.

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Spicy Swordfish

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Spicy Swordfish

Swordfish is an important fish where I come from in Calabria. Its meaty texture is like a steak and very satisfying.

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Stuffed Squid

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Stuffed Squid

These deliciously stuffed squids, with a mix of breadcrumbs and cheese, make a perfect appetizer or light dish.

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