Sausage on The Grill at the Taylor Street Festa Italiana in Chicago

Sausage on The Grill at the Taylor Street Festa Italiana in Chicago

Over at the "Cooking with Nonna" website, she shares some incredible dishes all inspired by her lovin Nonna (or grandma is Italian). Here she shares a photo of sausage on the grill at the Taylor Street Festa Italiana in Chicago. I've never actually heard of this festival myself, but it sounds like it's a paradise for Italians and all nationalities I'm sure. One thing is for sure, Italians know their food! And I'm so glad to have the woman from "Cooking with Nonna" here to share all of her family recipes with us.

Lately she's been posting a lot of photos on her Facebook page to give us a glimpse of the Italian food she's been trying at restaurants and other places. Because although it's fantastic to cook for yourself, it's always a great thing to have the roles reversed and to have somoene else serve you. It also offers some new inspiration and ideas that can infuse into your cooking, so it's ultimately a win win situation. I just can't get enough of her recipes, so I'm always eager to see what she's been up to, and what kind of foods she enjoys.

Here on this photo alone there's almost 200 likes at the moment, and you can clearly see she's a popular lady! Not to mention this photo of sausage on the grill at the Taylor Street Festa Italiana in Chicago is one of her less popular posts. She's becoming increasingly well known in the online community and for good reason. If you haven't experienced the wonderful recipes shared on the "Cooking with Nonna" website then you're missing out. But it's okay, and it's not too late, you can still catch up. Either go directly to that site, or click on the link below to get redirected to the "Facebook Cooking with Nonna".

On this site you will find traditional authentic Italian recipes passed down from generations of Italian grandmothers and Nonna's from all the regions of Italy. Rossella is the host of the all new online cooking show and food webisode series, Cooking with Nonna. Rossella was born into a family of culinary aficionado's and food lovers. Growing up there was always something on the stove, says Rossella a first generation Italian American from Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. Her roots are from Mola di Bari, a small fishing village known as Mola where her parents were born.

Some of the Italian recipes you will find on the site include three cheese pasta with zucchini and bchamel recipe, Anelletti passing with ricotta salata recipe, arborio rice with dry fava beans recipe, Arrabbiata sauce recipe, avocado pesto recipe, baked rigatoni recipe, baked rotini recipe, black tagliolini with calamari e Zucca recipe, meat soup recipe, broccoli and shells recipe, broccoli with Maritati pasta recipe, butternut squash ravioli with porcini sauce recipe, grilled balsamic chicken with mushrooms over bow ties recipe, homemade four cheese ravioli recipe, fusilli with cauliflower and tomato sauce recipe and more.

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