There's a ton of recipes out there similar to this one, and I've tried many of them. This is my own adaptation using a combination of cilantro and parsley. Toasting the pine nuts is crucial for enhanced flavor. Make a day ahead to let the flavors intensify. This is an amazing condiment to grilled fish, seafood and chicken. It's also great as a sauce mixed in pasta.
This is rustic Italian recipe adapted from an old immigrant cookbook. Simple ingredients that combine to make delicious sandwich sized frittatas. These are amazing eaten as a warm sandwich with olive oil-drizzed, grilled Italian bread. Enjoy!
This recipe has been in my family for 3 generations. I've been making it for 40 years. It makes a wonderful fluffy batter that keeps in the refrigerator for about week, but it never lasts that long at my house. For health reasons, make sure you add the egg yolks while the mixture is still very warm. Enjoy!