Tuscan Bread Salad

Traditionally this salad is a great way to use up yesterday’s bread. Particularly in Tuscany, where the bread is unsalted and goes stale in about three minutes, this salad is practically the only use for it. (Sorry, Italians.) That being said, any rustic loaf – fresh or otherwise – is absolutely fine. Serves 4 IngredientsContinue reading “Tuscan Bread Salad”

Roasted Red Pepper Soup

A super-fast, easy soup. Jarred peppers are already cooked and peeled, giving you great flavour for zero effort. This soup is quick enough to whip up for lunch on a workday, but it’s elegant enough that I’d serve it as a first course for a dinner party. It can also be chilled down and servedContinue reading “Roasted Red Pepper Soup”

Melon and Prosciutto

The Italian classic. Only do this if the melon is ripe. Slice a cantaloupe melon into moons, removing the rind and seeds. You can either place the melon pieces on individual plates or one big platter – whatever vibe you’re going for. Artfully drape pieces of good quality prosciutto over the melon. Sprinkle with saltContinue reading “Melon and Prosciutto”