Artichoke-Burrata Toasties
This recipe is inspired by our video producer, Ali Rosen, who loves toasties, artichokes, and burrata. And who doesn't? Serve these as an appetizer or greedily save them for yourself; no one is judging. See all appetizer recipes. Click here to see 9 Amazing Artichoke Recipes.
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My friends Linda and Kelly Hayes are big meatball fans. (Well, let’s face it: They’re equal-opportunity foodies.) They’re also great cooks. One time I was enjoying yet another delicious meal at their house, and Linda suggested I do a riff on spaghetti and meatballs for this book. What a great idea, I thought. This dish is unquestionably hearty, and yes, it takes a bit longer than some other recipes in this book, but I promise you, the results are totally worth it. Oh, and the burrata (cream-filled mozzarella) on top? Amazing. If you can’t find it, then do yourself a favor and get the best-quality fresh mozzarella you can find.
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Burrata and truffles is a perfect combination. Try making your own burrata or simply make the butter braised leeks with store-bought burrata. Recipe courtesy of The 404 Kitchen in Nashville, TN.
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BLAT
The BLT becomes a BBLT with the decadent addition of burrata cheese
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burrata peach and tomato
Make this salad with peach and tomato season are in full swing.
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The Forge
This recipe is provided by The Forge.
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Chicken Thigh Sandwich
Chef Michael Ferraro won the Mezzetta sandwich charity challenge with this recipe, and after trying it, it's easy to tell why. Don’t be intimated by the steps in the recipe — you can easily make the pesto and aioli while the chicken thighs cook, or, prepare them ahead of time to use later. Click here to see How to Make the Perfect Sandwich.  
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Chef Sean McPaul of Talula's Garden in Philadelphia likes to grill his grapes with wood chips, because he finds that it gives them a unique, smoky flavor. Grilling grapes whole allows them to take on the smoke better, and helps keep them intact while cooking. He serves his grilled grapes with a creamy burrata and grilled bread for a dish that plays on both flavor and texture to excite your taste buds.   Click here to see Tips for Grilling Summer Fruits
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Fresh Tomato Stew and Burrata
OK, full disclosure: I did not come up with this recipe all on my own. It's the creation of the talented chef Didier Mantarou, and I had the privilege of trying it first-hand at his restaurant Miel Brassiere in Boston. I thought of this recipe when I went to develop one with olive oil because it's the exact kind of recipe where the role of olive oil, and the quality of it, is important to the dish. You'll see that this is so much more than a tomato and mozzarella dish (the burrata could've told you that), and it's incredibly easy to prepare. Click here to see Why You Should Cook with Olive Oil.
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Ultimate Focaccia Panino
This panino takes all our favorite Italian ingredients and piles them onto focaccia bread for the most epic sandwich we’ve ever tasted.This recipe is courtesy of The Kitchy Kitchen.
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Burrata Pizza
Everyone has a favorite pizza topping, but great pizza truly comes down to only three things: fresh dough, ripe tomatoes, and a stand-out cheese. For this recipe we are zoning in on the cheese and swapping out the mozzerella standby for decadent burrata. Burrata is a Puglian cheese that is often said to be in the same family as mozzarella — but if that's the case then burrata is the better-looking adopted cousin. It's textural differences and creamy rich interior make it a singular cheese. When added to pizza, its lightness and flavor gives an extra dimension to an already beloved dish.See all recipes with mozzarella.Click here to see Bake Me a Pizza as Fast as You Can.
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Lasagna with Asparagus and Burrata
Either flown in fresh from Puglia, or made locally by a domestic artisan near you, burrata is becoming more widely available all over the world. Here’s a chance to see the many ways burrata can be utilized in the kitchen, where it single-handedly takes on the role that a béchamel would normally play. It is a cheese that should be purchased and consumed as close as possible to the time it was made — giving this lasagna a delectable flavor.    Click here to see how to make the perfect cheese board at home.
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