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Questions with this tag should be about traditional ingredients, preparations or dishes from Italy - such as focaccia, risotto or tiramisu. Questions about ingredients common to Italian style cooking, but which aren't about a specific Italian dish, should not use this tag.

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My rules of thumb for storing pasta are as follows (I always cook the whole pound, so we always store what's not eaten that night): Cooking al dente is a skill. Sometimes I cook it too firm, and th …
answered Nov 2 '17 by Jason P Sallinger
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I have cooked calzones with differing results. Sometimes it comes out that the insides of the calzones are too runny, even after cooling. Some things I have done to ensure a dry, solid center are: …
asked Oct 7 '17 by Jason P Sallinger
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Simple for me. Doesn't take a trick. I buy mid- to high-grade box lasagne noodles (not the no-bake stuff- bleagh). Your pot and water height does not need to be higher than the length of the noodle …
answered Nov 2 '17 by Jason P Sallinger