Italian marrow recipes

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Italian style sausage Stuffed Marrow

Italian style sausage Stuffed Marrow

Chop the ends of of your marrow and slice in half lengthways. Fry the garlic, onions, carrots and marrow flesh until soft then add back in the sausage meat and the tomato purée
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Tapas-style Italian at Bocco di Lupo

Tapas-style Italian at Bocco di Lupo

We tried the saffron, bone marrow and gremolata mini arancino – classic Milano risotto surrounded by a delicately crispy crumb
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Kidney Bean and Mozzarella Stuffed Marrow

Kidney Bean and Mozzarella Stuffed Marrow

I decided on a vaguely Italian flavoured stuffing with tomatoes, basil, mozzarella and parmesan. Well, we still have a couple of weeks to go until it’s back to school here but I’m getting into practice early with this healthy stuffed marrow recipe
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Ratatouille’s Ratatouille – Syn Free | Slimming World

Ratatouille’s Ratatouille – Syn Free | Slimming World

Aubergine, Courgettes, Marrow and some peppers. For the Marinara sauce you need a tin of Tomatoes (we recommend Cirio, they make the best sauce), some Tomato Puree, an onion, a carrot a stick of celery, 2 garlic cloves, a stock cube, a tbsp of Balsamic and some Italian herbs. To be sliced2 Aubergine3 Courgettes1 Marrow2 Bell Peppers Bright colours - orange or redMarinara Sauce1 large Brown Onion chopped 1 stick Celery chopped1 Carrot chopped2 Garlic Cloves minced1 tbsp Spicentice Italian Rub or Mixed Italian Herbs1 tbsp Balsamic Vinegar1 Beef Stock Cube1 tin Cirio Tinned Chopped Tomatoes Olive Oil Frylight
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Organic October and Autumn Suppers: Bonfire Chilli with Beef, Chocolate and Pumpkin

Organic October and Autumn Suppers: Bonfire Chilli with Beef, Chocolate and Pumpkin

Whilst attending Jane Baxter’s Pop Up Kitchen at the Abergavenny Food Festival recently, I was lucky enough to take home an Organic Goodie Bag stuffed full with all sorts of delicious ingredients and products, including some GO*DO organic chocolate bars……In Italian the word GODO means to enjoy sensual pleasure
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Braised oxtail with smoked bacon

Braised oxtail with smoked bacon

I turned to that classic Italian cookbook, The Silver Spoon, which I always tend to consult when faced with a new cut of meat, and found a recipe for a slow-cooked oxtail, cooked very simply with soffritto (onion, carrot, celery and garlic), white wine and pancetta, or in my case beef stock and smoked bacon
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Autumn Shop Local Inspiration – 16 Delicious Comfort Food Recipes

Autumn Shop Local Inspiration – 16 Delicious Comfort Food Recipes

Italian style roast pork – made with local butcher pork. Vegetable Chilli Stuffed Marrows – using local pick-your-own marrows
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Courgettes with Lemon, Caper Dressing

Courgettes with Lemon, Caper Dressing

The Parmesan and basil add a nice Italian flavor. Every day, I try to harvest as many as I can, but somehow I always seem to miss the marrows that are stealthily growing underneath the big leaves
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Islington’s best Christmas menus

Islington’s best Christmas menus

The Italian option. rare-breed smoked featherblade & bone marrow gravy. Rustic (in a hipster sort of way) Italian trattoria on Exmouth market serving simple, seasonal, comfort food
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A Hearty Bolognese with Pappardelle Pasta, Writing Ruts & FB14

A Hearty Bolognese with Pappardelle Pasta, Writing Ruts & FB14

Dear diary, I cooked a bolognese today, It made me wish I was Italian. I tweaked it here and there and didn’t include onion or bone marrow which was an option
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Smack Yo Mama GOOD! | Sweet Georgia Brown Chicken & Waffles

Smack Yo Mama GOOD! | Sweet Georgia Brown Chicken & Waffles

Dry Italian Seasoning. MARROW MAN BONE CLEANING SAUCE. Why do people skip breakfast. I mean really…why. We know it’s the most important meal of the day and we know it is the best thing you could ever do to keep your metabolism in check
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Encore Une Bouffe: Boulestin Revisited by Michael R. Goss

Encore Une Bouffe: Boulestin Revisited by Michael R. Goss

This was all washed down with copious amounts of a fine Italian red, Visconti della Rocca Etichetta Oro Primitivo, Puglia, served with great enthusiasm by Italian Sommelier, Alessandro
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10 Recipes using Local Produce #ShopLocal

10 Recipes using Local Produce #ShopLocal

Using locally grown pears Alida at My Little Italian Kitchen whips up this superb chocolate and pear cake, a delicious and timeless classic
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My top 10 restaurants in London

My top 10 restaurants in London

A traditional Italian brought to a cosmopolitan contemporary level. Go with the Featherblade, Bone Marrow and Parsley, and the Dripping Chips
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Zuccotto al limone … della Robbia on a plate!

Zuccotto al limone … della Robbia on a plate!

Lemons are a major Italian product. The modern name zuccotto or ‘little marrow’ is similar to the nickname (zucchetto) for the little skull caps worn by catholic clergy in different colours
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frescobaldi, mayfair - review

frescobaldi, mayfair - review

Except, that is, for new Italian fine dining restaurant and wine bar, Frescobaldi. A great wall of glass for the frontage, striking frescos of Italian renaissance characters painted onto the tiled walls, a great central column with shelves housing Tuscan paraphernalia and bottles of wine poured by the glass - it’s a handsome space
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St James' London; A food and drink walking tour

St James' London; A food and drink walking tour

Top chef Angela Hartnett is known for Murano Restaurant, her luxurious Italian fine dining premises. Canape of tomato, burrata and olive tapanade, Soupe de Poisson (fish soup) in a tea cup, Daube de boeuf (beef stew) with bone marrow and squash puree in a large china spoon and in the small expresso cup, a Sauternes Custard with Agean prunes and Armagnac
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Alta Badia – of food festivals and flashbacks

Alta Badia – of food festivals and flashbacks

But one morning, you are persuaded by your son to venture to Alta Badia, a village thrust so deep into a pocket of the Südtirol that its residents don’t quite know whether they should be speaking Italian or German, an area still blanketed in November’s snows (Well, those, and the snow-making efforts that have not melted yet)