Double holiday, double recipe pt 1: “bugie”

In Dessert and Sweets, Fried food On March 8, 2011 590 Comments

Since today the calendar indicates two holidays, I can't evade (may it never happen!) publishing two recipes… so, depending on what you want to celebrate, you can amuse… Read More »

The green that entice: pesto, potatoes and green beans lasagna

In Earth first course, First course, Pasta, Single course, Vegetables On March 6, 2011 426 Comments

I always heard about children who turn up their noses at green food, who throw a tantrum at it or, simply, who refuse to eat it. This behavior… Read More »

Cream of pumpkin soup for all season

In First course, Soup, Vegetables On March 3, 2011 428 Comments

Obviously I'm talking about all seasons where you can find a fresh pumpkin: as in a short time it will be out of season, let's prepare a tasty… Read More »

Chapeau, monsieur Bonet!

In Chocolate, Dessert and Sweets, Piedmont, Pudding, Regional Italian cooking On March 1, 2011 3,560 Comments

Courtesy of Siamo Donne Here I am, struggling with my first recipe typically, all-Piedmontese: I'm talking about a great traditional dessert, maybe THE Piedmontese dessert par excellence, the… 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 643 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 »

Ode to friendship: His Majesty the “Babà Rustico”

In Appetizer and Finger food, Campania, Leavened, Regional Italian cooking On February 22, 2011 543 Comments

Picture taken by Siamo Donne I decided from the first moment that this recipe would be the first to appear on my blog, because for me it really… Read More »


In Thoughts and words On February 22, 2011 7 Comments

  Why starting a blog?! Why a blog about cooking (as if I was a cook… tsk)?! Why now?! Hey!! Too many questions!!! I'm starting this blog, because… Read More »