The New York Times promoting Italian cuisine
Here is how to make a Sicilian lamb spezzatino and experience holidays in your own kitchen
In case you want to get a taste of Italy and you cannot travel all the way through, The New York Times has given a few tips this week on how to experience a real Sicilian Summer without travelling there.
There is only a way to do that: cooking. According to the author, a "southern sensibility" is needed when approaching Sicilian cuisine, and a weakness for herbs, garlic and wine is also necessary to succeed while preparing any of its dishes.
Thanks to the Times idea of sharing a delicious Sicilian lamb spezzatino recipe to be served with plain boiled potatoes, you might also share the author's feeling of having a chance to take a break in your own kitchen.