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In Breakfast, Cakes and pies, Citrus, Dessert and Sweets, Fresh fruit, Gluten Free, Light, Pantry cakes, Vegetarian On November 9, 2014 2,617 Comments

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The perfect comfort food – Pasta e ceci (pasta and chickpeas)

In Earth first course, First course, Italian cuisine, Light, Soup, Vegan, Vegetables On January 28, 2014 466 Comments

There are starters, first courses, second ones, sides and desserts. And then there are those dishes that could cheer you up when you had a bad day, or… Read More »

About roots and focaccia pugliese

In Apulia, Breads and pizzas, Italian cuisine, Leavened, Regional Italian cooking, Vegan, Vegetarian On November 20, 2013 361 Comments

I believe I never told this, at least not so openly, but I think I have no roots. Not some of those that are strongly planted in a single… Read More »

Standing paccheri stuffed with sausage and pumpkin

In Earth first course, First course, Italian cuisine, Pasta On November 18, 2013 516 Comments

Here it is, my second recipe for Mangiare Matera contest (in cooperation with Scatti Golosi)… let’s say that, after almost a month in a low carb diet, this past week-end I… Read More »

Piedmontese castagnaccio

In Cakes and pies, Dessert and Sweets, Fresh fruit, Italian cuisine, Piedmont, Regional Italian cooking, Vegetarian On November 15, 2013 95 Comments

It’s time for the MTC, it’s chestnut time. Well, it’s November, e I had to expect a challenge like this, from someone who has chestnut in her own blog’s name. This… Read More »

Pellegrino’s recipe – Liver “alla cacciatora”

In Beef, Italian cuisine, Meat, Pellegrino's recipes, Second course On October 28, 2013 203 Comments

I have a soft spot for secondhand; no, I didn’t say vintage (I think it’s pretentious), but secondhand. And this is not a casual passion, ’cause I took it from my dad…. Read More »

Chachouka for the Starbooks redone

In Eggs, Single course, Spices, Tunisian cuisine, Vegetables, Vegetarian On October 8, 2013 294 Comments

Today I’ll talk about a Tunisian dish, chachouka. I discovered this dish thanks to september Starbooks, that was about about a very interesting cookbook, River Cottage Veg Every Day by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, interely… Read More »