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Risotto with Baby Greens

Count Paolo Marzotto and his family love this luscious risotto made with carletti, a wild herb with the uninviting Latin name Silene vulgaris, or bladder campion. The herb, which has a sweet, pea-like flavor, can be replaced by any number of baby greens, from baby spinach to baby turnip greens—or even fresh pea shoots.

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