If there’s one thing we know for sure, it’s that cooking is a way we can bring some order—and just as importantly, a sense of pleasure—into our lives right now. The nourishment we’re craving right now extends beyond what’s happening in the kitchen. If you’re looking for ways to spice up your weeknight dinners without going too overboard with, you’re in the right place.
How wonderfully simple! Perfect for garlic lovers. If you are sensitive to raw garlic, you may find that you can much more easily eat roasted garlic. Roasted garlic can take dinner from 0 to 100 real quick. There’s no bite in roasted garlic at all. Insanely creamy and with a rich umami flavor that will instantly upgrade your dinner.If you’re as obsessed with the flavor you’ll enjoy olive oil and sea salt.
White Bean Spread
It’s healthy snacking time! It’s pretty much always snack time. White bean spread is favorite snacks. It has protein, fiber, and healthy fats to fill you up. This spread is garnished with garlic and olive oil. The herb infuses the olive oil with its fragrance. Bring out your over-indulgent side you won’t regret this spread.
When you think of great summer foods, a panzanella salad is always at the top of the list. This classic Italian tomato salad manages to be fresh and summery.Sit down, lettuce make a way for arugula. Tomatoes at their juicy, high-summer peak green arugula, fruity cranberries, extra virgin olive oil, white balsamic vinaigrette, and olives.
We’re heading into those sticky weeks of summer that call for a stable of almost-instant, practically effortless, definitely oven-less meals, and this is one of them. This pasta sings summer sweetness. It’s got juicy baby heirloom tomatoes, oregano, basil, and Strega Pomodoro. The result is hearty and light, salty and sweet, all at the same time — and it’s awfully pretty. This is your moment for oohing and aahing — it’s true that summer specialty. Eat it all outside if you can.
This feels like a little luxury.The mushrooms add a meatiness to the dish, the creamy mushroom sauce adds a slight tang that some sauces couldn’t. The recipe gets its depth from four umami-packed ingredients: creamy mushroom sauce, foraged mushrooms, English peas, and parmesan. Together, they create a dish so savory and delicious.
Leave the cooking up Strega Italiano and enjoy modern culinary creativity in the heart of Boston. We are so happy to have opened our doors up again. Leave summer dinners up to our chefs and stop on by for dinner. Reservations are highly encouraged. Reserve today!