Reused Recycled

One of the things that I love about Italian home cooking is the creative ways that they will recycle their leftovers and make something wonderful with them.

I am featuring recipes on this page that are recreations of a former meal.

Risotto alla Zuppa di Pesce

Risotto alla Zuppa di Pesce

Ziti with Grilled Sausages & Ricotta

Mantecato of Flounder and Fennel over Gemelli with Pistachios

Agnolotti al Brasato

Gemelli with Grilled Sausages & Scamorza

Sweet Pea Pesto

Asparagus Panzanella

What to do with Leftover Meatballs!

pasta e zucca

Pasta e Zucca

Crochette di Riso

Crochette di Riso

Panzanella

Panzanella

Farfalle with Grilled Zucchini and Sausages

Farfalle with Grilled Zucchini and Sausages

Rigatoni with Sausages and Broccoli Rabe

Rigatoni with Sausages and Broccoli Rabe

Pizza di Collards

Pizza di Collards

Cornbread Dressing

Cornbread Dressing

Frittata di Maccheroni

Frittata di Maccheroni

Genovese Sauce over Pasta

Genovese Sauce over Pasta

Polpo Affogato

Polpo Affogato

Calamarata with Octopus Heads and Clams

Calamarata with Octopus Heads and Clams

Pizza Bianca Farcita

Pizza Bianca Farcita


3 Responses to “Reused Recycled”

  1. […] else is great at averting food waste? My friend, Virginia of Italicious. I’ve featured her Reused Recycled page here before. If you haven’t clicked through her site in while, check it out. Their family […]

  2. […] Zero waste beer By Leila Darabi My friends Joe and Jasmine live a charmed life in San Francisco. I know because I read their blog, Beer at Joe’s where they chronicle their adventures in tasting and pairing and even brewing beer. Today, Jasmine posted her recipe for spent grain beer bread, an innovative way to reuse the grains leftover after Joe attempts a batch of home brew. Sounds delicious. And like it would make a good side to some of the Reused/Recycled dishes featured on Italicious. […]

  3. […] old school Italian style. And you know how we love to recycle! Recently, she added an entire “Reused, Recycled” page to the site to cull these recipes in one place. Check. It. Out. Crochette di Riso via […]

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