This interesting appetizer is really easy to make. Sean Gravina uses cauliflower and Parmesan to make a bake that is sure to impress your guests.
This cauliflower soup is a real winter warmer. Sean Gravina pairs local cauliflower with mature cheddar cheese and tops the soup with crispy fried capers and a sprinkle of paprika.
Making school lunch is always a bit of a dilemma. Do you send you children to school with something healthy or something they will actually eat? Sean Gravina makes an olive tepanade that is tasty and fun to dip carrot sticks into.
Salads can be as interesting as you make them. Say goodbye to boring old lettuce and tomatoes as Michael Diacono makes a great salad with oranges, mozzarella di bufala and crispy fried capers. No lettuce and tomatoes in sight!
Michael Diacono uses this traditionally local fish with a bit of a twist to the usual tomato, olive and caper sauce. He makes an orange and pine nut sauce with plenty of salty capers.
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