Here’s something you don’t see every day in the foodie world: twin chefs! Nicola and Fabrizio Carro share more than just looks, including an equal passion for cuisine. These rising stars give their patrons at Quattro Gastronomia Italianaauthentic Northern Italian cuisine -- and why not? After all, the pair are authentic Italians themselves, from the province of Alessandria. Does that mean double the trouble or double the deliciousness? We’re thinking the latter (okay, maybe a little of both).
We are most proud of Agnolotti Alessandrini, which is a braised beef ravioli with Piedmontese sauce. It is the first dish we ever learned to cook, it's from our home in the Piedmonte region of Italy.
Eggplant parmigiana and cheese ravioli.
I think Miami’s dining scene is relaxing and unpretentious. I like that you can kick back in shorts and enjoy a five-star meal.
First, choose a nice cut of beef and season it properly with salt and pepper on both sides. I like to grill the meat and then let it rest for a few minutes before serving.
As children, we were always surrounded by food and I knew then I would always be cooking.
Italian salt, extra virgin olive oil, Parmesan cheese, Basil, and passion.
First dish you learned to make?
Favorite dish to make at home?
What's your favorite food to eat? In other words, what could you live off of for the rest of your life if you had to?