Elotes (Mexican Street Corn)
I am fortunate enough to have an elotero in my neighborhood, but for those that reside in cities that do not allow street vendors, or cannot afford to purchase elotes for everyone you live with, this recipe is for you. You get the fattiness from the mayonnaise, the sweetness from the corn, the saltiness from the cotija cheese, the acidity from the limes, and spiciness from the ancho chile powder.
Crostata soffice di Nonna Gina
This recipe brings back some wonderful memories from my childhood. I’m not sure if it falls in the category of crust pies because it lacks a crust, but it does have marmalade and a lattice on top. Anyway, it is soft and rather melts in your mouth without much chewing effort. Try it and let me know. By Vania Ferraro (Guest)
One of the recipes I learned from my father was how to cook pizza in a baking pan. His method resulted in perfectly shaped and so delicious pizza that was easy to make. You don’t have to worry about shaping the pizza in a round pie, instead you can spread the dough evenly on a baking sheet.