I just love my Emile Henry Risotto pot simply because it gives me all the room I need for mixing and stirring around all of my ingredients. I just used it to make my Risotto with Peas and Pancetta and my Porcini Mushroom and Peas "Cauliflower" Risotto and let me tell you, I am in love. It's also beautiful and goes from the stove to the table!
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Hi I am Cindy the creator of Cindy's Table. I have been cooking in my Nana's kitchen before I could reach her counter. Our Italian family has passion for cooking and the love of being together at the dinner table! I owned a Software Training Company, worked in IT Recruiting, served as President in many Networking groups, Leader and Mentor while dedicated my time cooking for my family, friends, charities, private parties and other events. I have published 2 cookbooks, share my recipes on my blog, appear on a regular basis on local TV sharing my recipes on cooking segments. I have also been on many National shows and compete in cooking competitions. I have also taught at local schools, universities and corporate environments to provide specific techniques, tips and skills to adult students.
Farm to table foods are becoming quite popular in today’s society. Just like the name suggests farm to table foods are foods that are offered to consumers straight from local farms. Farm to table foods have increased in popularity in recent years as the knowledge of their health and environmental benefits have become more widespread.
I was asked to contribute an article and recipe to Season's Magazine. Here it is! I am excited to share with you. Enjoy
Julia Child once said, “I enjoy cooking with wine, sometimes I even put it in the food,” a sentiment shared by Connecticut cookbook author Cindy Barbieri. Head over to Cindy's Table, where wine is celebrated by the glass and in a trio of easy, aromatic dishes perfect for winter celebrations.
It all began when I was a little girl. My fondest memories are walking into my Nana’s house to the smell of food simmering on the stove. At times when I am sad or have the blues it takes me a few minutes to close my eyes and be back in her kitchen. Then I feel so much better!