Good food + good wine + good friends… now that’s amore. A few weeks ago, we had the pleasure of dining out at the newly re-opened Amore Cucina & Bar in Stamford, CT. Amore Cucina & Bar is owned by six-time Wold Pizza Champion/Restaurateur/Food Network Judge Bruno DiFabio. Bruno actually started his pizza career in this little Italian Restaurant in the Springdale area of Stamford when he was a teen. Lucky for us, he has come home to re-open it once again! Joined by Chef Jared Falco (formerly the Chef at Washington Prime in SoNo), Jared & Bruno bring this restaurants brings
Happy National Pizza Day! If you know us, you know we LOVE pizza. We love making it, eating it, and blogging about it. Here are two great pizza recipes to make at home: Caramelized Onion & Tomato Flatbread Quick & Healthy Pita Pizza And here are our top picks for where to enjoy pizza today out! Bar Sugo Strada18 BAR New Haven Molto Brick & Wood Bufalina Modern New Haven Roseland Apizza Let’s eat some pizza!! -Cristina & Jeff
There are few things on earth that we enjoy more than a good pizza. We are, without a doubt, pizza snobs. Oh – and wine. Can’t forget about wine. We have Jeff’s mother to thank for that… We’ve had pizza & vino everywhere between New Haven and New York City, and from the Italian Alps to Puglia! We’re happy to report that Brick + Wood delivers an authentic taste of Neapolitan pizza courtesy of their amazingly flavorful dough and expertly crafted brick oven. It’s all in the name – a brick oven powered by wood. Before we dove into the
Pizza. Can’t live without it zyban smoking. This flatbread is a fantastic recipe, perfect to make as an appetizer for any dinner party or cocktail party. It’s one that everyone will love – fresh and flavorful. Just don’t be surprised with the plates are licked clean. This recipe was inspired by the pool bar we frequented at the FontaineBleau in Miami while we were there for my bachelorette party. Yum! Great on a hot summer day or even a cozy winter day. Ingredients: 1 uncooked pizza dough 4 tomatoes, sliced thin Arugula 2 onions, sliced thin (not chopped) Burrata or
I guess I’m a weirdo because I’m not a huge pizza person. Never have, never will. But once in a while, I can definitely go for it! One week night, I was really craving it. Since there’s no way we’d have time to make pizzas the way we usually like to, I decided to get creative. Whelp, it doesn’t get much easier than this. And they came out AWESOME! Ingredients: 4 whole wheat pita pockets Fresh mozzarella, sliced thinly Extra virgin olive oil Salt & pepper Crushed red pepper Rao’s marinara sauce (jar) Fresh basil Directions: Preheat the oven to
What better to eat before a day of drinking on St. Patrick’s Day (in Boston non the less), than a breakfast pizza? On Saturday morning of St. Patty’s Day, my best friend Vanessa and I went for a nice long run from her house to Newbury Street in Boston. After a great run, why not eat? So we decided to go to Cafeteria Boston, which I highly recommend: http://www.cafeteriaboston.com We couldn’t decide what to get- there were too many good things! We did decide on a BREAKFAST pizza and a Bloody Mary “one drink, 2 straws”. What is a breakfast pizza you
Our newest addition to our kitchen gadgets is none other than … a DEEP FRYER. Yes, very healthy.