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(Virtual) trip to Rome – Bucatini alla Gricia

In Egg whites only, Extra-virgin olive oil, Liguria, Lombardy, Party On September 21, 2013 241 Comments

I think I never told you that, but I LOVE Rome. I adore this city, it’s a city in which I could easily live (even if it’s more chaotic than my Turin)… Read More »

Torta Pasqualina, a Ligurian Easter Savoury Pie

In Cheese, Easter, Holidays, Italian cuisine, Liguria, Quiche and savory muffins, Regional Italian cooking, Savory tart, Vegetables, Vegetarian On June 4, 2013 590 Comments

I seriously hope this post could be a talisman for a milder weather conditions, ’cause here in Turin autumn is back! And I crave for picnic, so I… Read More »

Scent of the sea – Stuffed zucchini Ligurian style

In Dried fruit, Herbs, Liguria, Regional Italian cooking, Second course, Vegetables On July 18, 2012 1,579 Comments

Yes, I admit it, I want to dry out in the sun (not in my garden, anymore), I want beach and seaside. But I don't want these things… Read More »

About holidays and Ligurian style rabbit

In Dried fruit, Herbs, Holidays, Liguria, Meat, Rabbit, Regional Italian cooking, Second course On August 18, 2011 211 Comments

As I promised in this post I'll talk about holidays, my holidays, of course. This year, in spite of the few days off, we managed to have a… Read More »

Cheesy and delicious: focaccia di Recco

In Appetizer and Finger food, Breads and pizzas, Cheese, Liguria, Regional Italian cooking On June 27, 2011 137 Comments

If you happen by Recco, or other towns nearby on the East Coast of Liguria, you have to taste the famous focaccia di Recco, provided that you like… Read More »

Giorgio’s, Federico’s and Sigrid’s classic focaccia

In Appetizer and Finger food, Cooking for dummies, Leavened, Liguria, Regional Italian cooking On February 25, 2011 258 Comments

Today I start a new class of recipes, called "cooking for dummies": I hope it will last long and be helpful to some of my readers. I called… Read More »