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Scent of winter – apple, cinnamon, pecans and honey muffins

In Breakfast, Dessert and Sweets, Dried fruit, Fresh fruit, Muffins cupcakes and little cakes, Spices On February 7, 2012 372 Comments

Some scents inevitably bring me back to certain seasons, certain places or specific moments in the past. They say that smell is a very powerful sense, able to… Read More »

Christmas Eve’s gingerbread men

In Breakfast, Christmas, Cookies, Dessert and Sweets, Glaze, Holidays, Home-made is better, North Europe cuisine, Spices On December 24, 2011 391 Comments

Here we are, today is the beloved or dreaded Christmas Eve, a day about preparations: clean up house, cooking (I have to make coniglio al civet -a rabbit… Read More »

Breakfast or gift? Wine doughnut cookies

In Breakfast, Cookies, Dessert and Sweets, Home-made is better, Wine On December 10, 2011 434 Comments

While you're reading this post, I will be in Rome for a book exhibition, an "excuse" to finally see again many friends who come from all over Italy…. Read More »

Back to breakfast: plum cake with cherries jam

In Breakfast, Cakes and pies, Dessert and Sweets, Jam, Pantry cakes On November 20, 2011 536 Comments

After different themed-posts, I'll go back to breakfast .. not that in the meantime I stopped making sweet treats for breakfast (never), but simply because I dusted the… Read More »

Comforting apple squares

In Breakfast, Cakes and pies, Dessert and Sweets, Fresh fruit, Marinade, Pantry cakes On November 5, 2011 431 Comments

Today it's raining… well, saying that it's raining it's reductive, 'cause it's pouring from yesterday, without interruption. Now Turin and the entire Piedmont are on the highest alert,… Read More »

A simple cake for breakfast: apple and yogurt cake

In Breakfast, Cakes and pies, Cooking for dummies, Dessert and Sweets, Fresh fruit, Pantry cakes On September 19, 2011 3,146 Comments

Now that the weather starts to be cooler and consequently turning on the oven is more appealing (I don’t know about you, but here in Turin Friday I… Read More »