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  1. Ciao

    I always admired the dinnerware my nonna had which now belongs to me after my nonne passing. That which is seen in many of your photos resemble them. I wish to keep nonna’s dishes packed away for protection but would love to purchase ‘everyday’ dishes that look similar. Could you please direct me to who you purchase your dinnerware from so that I may purchase from them as well? I see that the Ceramica Direct you have in the ‘links’ section have gone out of business 🙁

    Much appreciation,


    1. Yes, some of the dishes I use here on the blog were inherited from my nonna, too! No doubt from the same era. Those, I fear, are probably irreplaceable. Thanks for letting me know about Ceramica Direct. That’s a shame. Sadly, my other source for Deruta dinnerware has also gone out of the business—and I haven’t bought any new Deruta is a while so I’m not sure who to recommend at the moment. I would Google “Deruta” and see what you come up with. The pattern I have is called “Raffaelesco”.

  2. Hi Frank, Thanks to my son in Bury St Edmunds in England, I , have discovered this world you have created – living in Hermanus, near Cape Town in South Africa I can indulge myself even more.
    I have something to share – Tomato, chopped or whole. Whilst cans are great, preserve most of the good an are so convenient, I bottle my own. Its a different world. Wait till the tomatoes you grow are ready or those on the shop shelf are in season. Skin them, roughly cut them, and boil gently till most of the water is gone!. Then bottle them. You have to do this properly of course. The difference is the world. You can add stuff, but its not necessary because you will add your flavours anyway.

    1. Welcome, John! Hope you enjoy the blog. You’re so right about growing your own tomatoes. You’re lucky to be able to—sadly our backyard is too shady for tomatoes…

  3. Hello Frank,
    I love your approach and recipes-and refer to your site often, and do receive notice via email of your postings.
    Each time that I have tried to support your work, whether(this day) selecting Pay Pal , and then trying Amex, it does not work. A fault message comes up- “SP19”.
    I hope that this is helpful to you-
    Be Well,

    1. Sorry for the inconvenience, Susan! Unfortunately you’re not the first person to be having problems with that widget. It seems to work for some people but not for others. I’m looking for a replacement, stay tuned! And thanks so much for your kind words and willingness to help out with the costs of maintaining the blog. 🙂

  4. Thank you Frank. I first found your page when I was learning how to grill baby octopus, and your recipe is the best I’ve ever found. I came across it again when I was trying to figure out how to recreate the scottadito I had in Rome, and I think you gave me the secret: lard! So I owe you one.

    I tried to pay off my debt by clicking on the “make a contribution” button, but I don’t like paypal. Long story, political differences. Anyhow I wish you had other options for contributing. Venmo? Direct credit card payments? I’d be happy to take advantage of other options. Best wishes, Julian

    1. I’m delighted to hear you’re finding the blog so useful, Julian! And I really appreciate your willingness to chip in on the expenses. I understand about the contribution button. And you’re not the only one who’d prefer another payment service. I’ve been searching for a widget but still haven’t found one…

  5. Frank,

    I read on your site today about ‘rough’ Italian wine at the home table. I know exactly what you are talking about!:)
    Many many decades ago, my Italian boyfriend Invited me to his family’s Sunday dinner. I was surprised that they served their wine with 7 Up until I realized later that the wine wasn’t so good. A relative of my boyfriend gifted me with his “best” homemade wine. It was only a little bit better than the former.

    Of course I accepted these wines graciously. Thank you for your wonderful recipes and commentaries of Italian food and culture. It is hard to pull away from your writing!

    Carol in Canada

  6. Frank, your wed page and recipes are wonderful. Please give us a print recipe icon…

    1. Thanks, Andrew! You can actually find a print recipe button in (almost) all my recipes if you look in the upper right-hand corner of the recipe card, which you’ll find at the end of each post. Some of the older blog posts don’t have a recipe card, but most do. If there’s a particular you’re interested in and it doesn’t have a recipe card, let me know…

  7. I thought lawyers were the worst people on the planet but after reading your cooking blog I am reconsidering!

  8. Hi all,
    I live in Australia and am a descendant of Italian immigrants and love Italian food. Although I already enjoy cooking many traditional foods I absolutely love and look forward to your posts as we all know of the many regions and foods of Italy.
    What a great site. I love it. Thank you.

  9. I really enjoyed your site and would love to be added to your email list. Thank you!! 🙂

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