Category: Winter

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Classic Tiramisu

Sometimes, you just need to sit down in front of a dessert like classic tiramisu and enjoy every single bite. It's a classic for a reason, right?

Chocolate Orange Tiramisu

Chocolate Orange Tiramisu

You love chocolate, you love tiramisu, so how could you not love Chocolate Tiramisu with Oranges and Hazelnuts? The perfect treat for any time of day

Colavita by Mike Colameco: Braised Red Cabbage

A variation of a classic cabbage dish from the Colavita by Colameco Cooking Series. The tender and sweet cooked cabbage pairs well as a side for just about any dish!

Colavita by Mike Colameco: Philippine Spicy Wings

Filipino style chicken wings for another easy and mouthwatering chicken dish- from our Colavita by Colameco Series! 

Orange Olive Oil Cupcakes

Orange Olive Oil Cupcakes

A sweet and golden cupcake made with Colavita Polenta.

Beet Goat Cheese Smooth Sauce

Roasted Beet and Goat Cheese Pesto

Did you know you can make pesto with so many more than just basil and pine nuts? Roasted beets, goat cheese, and pistachios make a beautiful alternative!

Smooth Sauce Carrot

Blended Carrot Sauce

Roasting the carrots for this healthy pasta sauce is key to bringing out the caramel sweetness in them. Adding a touch of honey doesn't hurt, either!

Kale & White Bean Soup with Sausage

Kale & White Bean Soup with Sausage

This garlicky soup is a snap to pull together, and most of the ingredients are basic pantry staples. The whole thing is ready in about an hour, but the soup’s complex flavors belie the quick cooking time. You can serve it as soon as the kale is tender, but letting it sit for an hour and then reheating gently makes it even better (wait to add the lemon until just before serving). Crusty cheese toasts make an excellent accompaniment.

Pork Tenderloin with Sage & Marsala Sauce

Pork Tenderloin with Sage & Marsala Sauce

This may look like a special-occasion roast, but it’s actually perfect for a weeknight, and while the fried sage leaves are optional, do try them. They make an unusual crisp garnish and add visual appeal to this simple but elegant dish.

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