Mary Beth Clark

Culinary Educator · Consultant · Author


Warm Cannellini Beans with Red Radicchio Trevisano in Vinaigrette is delectable as a side dish or main dish combined with shrimp, chicken, sausage, or tofu.

Picadillo with peppers, tomatoes, capers, and melted cheese is savory, spicy, chili hot. Serve with Blue Corn Tortilla Chips, tacos, and wraps, for a super party dish.

In only 30 minutes, Roasted Brussel Sprouts and Cauliflower with Bacon and Cheddar becomes the star of the meal. Serve as the main dish or with wings, ribs, burgers.

An Orange, Walnuts, and A Glass of Marsala. Simple yet an enduring classic Italian dessert of fragrant fresh fruit, crunchy nuts, and fortified wine. Try it. Extraordinary sensory journey.

Braised Roasted Chestnuts with Pancetta and Rosemary are perfect with favorite holiday dishes of beef, turkey, goose, ham, venison. Serve as a side dish or topping.

If you have not roasted fresh radishes, make Roasted Radishes with Garlic and Rosemary.  It is a revelation from assertive to sweet. Makes a great side for any main dish.

Try the new Blackstrap Molasses Vinegar! It is fantastic with Japanese Buckwheat Soba with Roasted Brussel Sprouts and Shiitake Mushrooms.

A classic combination of thinly sliced Fennel Salad with Oranges and Black Olives is the perfect antidote to beat winter doldrums!

Butternut Squash with crunchy Walnuts in a buttery Marsala Sauce takes just a few minutes to cook. It is so luscious, serve it as the main dish. Or serve it as the side dish to roasts, grills, and sautes. 

Transform roast turkey leftovers into delectable Roast Turkey Ragù with 'Nduja, Sausage, and Ricotta. Make a perfect pasta dish for after-holiday meals.

Juicy Roasted Plums with Walnuts and Lemon are a fantastic side dish to roasts, sautes, and grills. Serve as a main dish or dessert with cheese, too.

With summer produce extending into Autumn, Fresh Tomato Salad tastes better than ever. Let's focus on tomato as the fruit it is. Add ripe plums, figs, and berries. Anoint with Honey Vinegar Dressing.

Bolognese Ragù, or Classic Pork and Veal Ragù of Bologna, is one of the most famous dishes of Emilia-Romagna. It is delectable. Enjoy.

Roasted Figs stuffed with creamy ricotta make an ideal dessert or fruit snack. Drizzle saba, vin cotto, or balsamic vinegar on top, then enjoy!

Spicy Radish Salad with Cucumber, Green Apple, Yogurt, and Dill is inexpensive to make, full of nutrition, and refreshing to taste. Great with grilled fish or chicken.

Duirng warm weather, Mozzarella Bocconcini Salad is very popular in Bologna. Combine creamy mozzarella with crunchy vegetables and basil. Serve as a first course or main dish.




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