Tag Archives: anchovies

Pan-roasted cauliflower wedges with bagna cauda

Bagna cauda (pronounced bahn-yah cow-dah) hails from the northern region of Piedmont in Italy and translates to “hot bath” which is fitting since it is Italy’s version of a warm dip. Oil, butter, anchovies, garlic, and lemon are combined to create a smooth dipping sauce that is often used for cooked vegetables and crudites. It’s always […]

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Penne with sauteed cauliflower, anchovies, and capers

Anchovies again?? Yup,  I know some of you are cringing and rolling your eyes and some of you are doing your happy dance! Hey you non-anchovy eaters–maybe if I bombard you with enough anchovy recipes you’ll finally give in and try one? Wishful thinking? My pasta-obsessed dad cooked this for me when he was staying at my […]

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Roasted eggplant stuffed with ricotta, mushrooms, anchovies.

Let’s talk about anchovies. Man, do they smell nasty, but my oh my are they good! I used to despise anchovies. Blech!  If you snuck them by me in a ceasar salad dressing or concealed in a tomato sauce then ok, fine, you win.  However, if that little brown filet was just sitting whole on […]

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