Our first series of recipes, “From Italy with Love,” are shared by the former director of an art, writing, language and cooking workshop. Over nine summers she learned these recipes in the kitchen of a wonderful boutique hotel in Assisi, Italy. “It’s was a tough job but someone had to do it, she says.”
“Tomatoes and tomato-based foods contain high levels of acid and relax the lower esophageal sphincter muscles in the same way chocolate does.” So tomato-based, rich or spice Italian food can trigger heartburn for many. So we start with a series on Italian recipes. Besides, they taste great.