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Red Carpet: cherry tomatoes tarte tatin

In Appetizer and Finger food, Herbs, Quiche and savory muffins, Vegetables On September 12, 2011 459 Comments

I admit it: this title is because I came under the spell of color red, with just a drizzle of Venetian charm (and this year I didn't even… Read More »

The caprese salad of my dreams

In Appetizer and Finger food, Cheese, Cold dishes, Cooking for dummies, Herbs, Second course, Single course, Vegetables On September 1, 2011 444 Comments

It's summer time (even if there are only a few days left) and I want simplicity, basic but first-rate ingredients, I want to eat something fresh, natural and… Read More »

Litmus test: stuffed peppers

In Beef, Cold cuts, Herbs, Meat, Second course, Single course, Vegetables On August 27, 2011 409 Comments

Don't worry, the litmus test I'm talking about has nothing to do with the difficulty in making this dish (to tell the truth, it's quite simple), but it's… 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 344 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 »

Cous cous shapes with Genoese pesto, zucchini and pine nuts on Taleggio cheese sauce

In Cheese, Cold dishes, Dried fruit, Earth first course, First course, Herbs, Pasta rice and cereals salads, Single course, Vegetables On July 29, 2011 262 Comments

With this recipe, I broke all records for title length … in fact, I could only put a "Viendalmare" (in Eglish, literally, "Comesfromthesea": in Italian, it's a fake… Read More »

The discovery of the year … zucchini crumble!

In Appetizer and Finger food, Herbs, Side dish, Vegetables On June 1, 2011 467 Comments

For some time now I was intrigued by an unusual course, sweet or salty, called crumble, 'cause it has a layer made of fruits/vegetables /meat or fish (these… Read More »

Cooking with herbs: pine nuts and marjoram pasta

In Cooking for dummies, Dried fruit, Earth first course, First course, Herbs, Pasta On March 15, 2011 427 Comments

This is absolutely the most for dummies recipe I know of, because its easiness is disarming … I'm pretty sure that if my dog had opposable thumbs, it… Read More »