We love risotto and this sounds like an excellent variation to add to our Recipes In Rotation. While the Italians really don’t do macaroni and cheese, this seems a more than worthy substitute. — Douglas
You know summer’s over when it’s time to turn back the clock. All you can do is revel in whatever warmth is left and get ready for the arrival of winter. The warmth that never fades, though, comes from the pleasure of cooking for friends. You know those evenings when you’re all together, laughing and telling each other about your latest adventures in front of a good glass of wine? On those evenings there’s no dish better than a risotto. Specifically, a risotto with Taleggio, a rich and creamy cheese, which gives a velvety softness to every dish. It’s a full meal, delicious and satisfying, perfect with a glass of full-bodied but elegant red, like a Pinot Noir or a Barolo.
Read Risotto with Taleggio Cheese (and a Glass of Wine) with Friends via La Cucina Italiana
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