! Italian Family Photo Album!


This is your Italian Family Photo Album!

Andrew Salera and family

Fans of are welcome to send me their Italian family photos to share!

---Here is how it works:---

Find an image that you feel captures the spirit of

Italian food, family and fun! Images of your whole family crowded around the table around the holidays or special occasion!

They may be vintage pics which conjure up images of childhood memories as well as ones in color!

Once you decide which ones, send me a email and attach them plus a description of the occasion. For example, " Selvaggio Christmas 1958!".

Add richness and tell me the story around the image, i.e..," We are all playing cards after dinner and eating chestnuts and drinking wine!  Little Andy was caught mixing 7up and Paisano!" :)

Why not let me know what you were eating as well I can create the recipe and write a post about it dedicated to your Italian family!

I will then upload them for you so you will be able to find them right here where you may view them anytime you like! 

Please send your pics to info[at]Cook-Italian[dot]com

Thank you and Enjoy our! Family Photo Album!

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Tagliatelle Bolognese (Recipe)

Oct 18
I have to omit that growing up I had no clue what Bolognese sauce. It makes sence , since my family’s origin was from the Naples region. The main difference between Naples and Bolognas version is how the meats in the sauce are used as well as the amount of tomato in the sauce
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Braciole (Recipe)

Dec 13
Here is a recipe that should ring true for all Italians and lovers of home cooked Italian food! Braciole is simply thin sliced beef, pork, chicken or veal which has been pounded, filled tied or picked and braised. It is then simmered in a tomato sauce until it is very tender.