When it comes to regional cuisine in Italy, the food from Tuscany is naturally in the spotlight. Rich in herbs, beans, olive oil and fire-roasted meats, Tuscan cuisine is famous worldwide. That's why we invite you to take a look at the collection of Tuscan recipes by Williams-Sonoma.
The cookware store's website offers nearly a dozen Tuscan recipes to the public - no cookbook purchase necessary. The instructions are clear and easy to follow, allowing you to experience Tuscan staples like the bread soup known as ribollita and Tuscan porchetta in your very own home.
Naturally, along with each recipe you'll find wine pairings and suggestions for tools that will make tasks like cutting, peeling and grinding easier. All of the Tuscan recipes are adapted from Williams-Sonoma's New Flavors for Appetizers by Amy Sherman,published by Oxmoor House.
So far, the recipes have received a great response from the public. People have raved about how delicious they are, especially the recipe for Tuscan frittata affogata (which translates to drowned frittata).
For more delicious Tuscan recipes and Italian dishes, feel free to browse our Recipes section where you'll find hundreds of dishes to inspire you.
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