Mangiandobene is a food blog where we share and create our recipes with friends and family The recipes come from all over the world but with specific emphasis on Mediterranean and italian food

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  • Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Dates
    on Apr 13, 2014
    Tapas, little food samplers, are taking over our tables nowadays. It is a lot of fun to be able to create your own version of these small culinary delicacies. I personally enjoy this way of eating a lot, because it gives me an opportunity to try diff...
  • Costicine al Lambrusco
    on Feb 10, 2014
                          When I visit Italy back home, I always want to take a day or two to visit my friends in Modena. They are special people, with a good heart and a great " joie de vivre". Mayb...
  • Gramigna con la Salsiccia
    on Dec 30, 2012
    Emilia Romagna is known in Italy for its strong culinary tradition. This dish exemplifies all that is delicious about the region, and it's rustic comfort food. It is most typically found in or around the countryside of Bologna. Gramigna literally mea...
  • Zucchine ripiene
    on Dec 1, 2012
    This recipe is somewhat hard to define,because it contains meat and vegetable and it could either be an antipasto or an excellent main course. Zucchini is another incredibly versatile vegetable. I can think of at least five or six different ways of c...
  • Spaghetti alla busara
    on Nov 21, 2012
    It's no mystery, by now, to whomever reads this blog , that I love seafood. Seafood is, for the most part extremely healthy. It is also very versatile, in the way that it can be prepared in a multitude of ways with different combinations and  id...
  • Risotto al nero di seppia
    on Apr 15, 2012
    Risotto has always been a very interesting dish to cook, because as in many other Italian dishes, one can be very creative in using different ingredients and combinations. My "comfort food" type of risotto has always been risotto with peas, easy to m...
  • Olive Ascolane
    on Mar 4, 2012
    Olive ascolane are deliciously stuffed green olives which are breaded and fried. They are originally from the Le Marche region of Italy. Thankfully, they are widely found all over Italy, and are easily made at home. In Italy, I would mostly enjoy the...
  • Brasato di Manzo al Sangiovese
    on Feb 22, 2012
    Brasato di manzo simply means braised beef in Italian. Nothing can be more comforting or satisfying than a delicious piece of meat that has slowly tenderized after hours of simmering. This is the perfect meal to enjoy on a chilly winter day, or any t...
  • Seppie in umido con polenta
    on Feb 2, 2012
    Seafood had always been a passion of mine and a costant presence in my family cooking. Besides being, for the most part, healthy and fairly simple to cook, seafood allows a certain degree of creativity and versatility. One element of cooking that I p...
  • Melanzane alla Parmigiana
    on Dec 25, 2011
    Very few areas in Italy, and probably around the world , have such a rich culinary tradition like the Emilia Romagna region. Every city, every little "Borgo" or "Villaggio" is an incredible and exquisite concentration of wonderful people, romantic la...
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