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Standing paccheri stuffed with sausage and pumpkin

In Earth first course, First course, Italian cuisine, Pasta On November 18, 2013 767 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 154 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 »

Falling in love with a wheat grain – 100% Senatore Cappelli flour bread with natural leavening

In Breads and pizzas, Italian cuisine, Natural yeast, Vegan, Vegetarian On November 12, 2013 1,780 Comments

 Last week, afternoon, the bell rang. It’s the courier, for the third time in three days. But this time as soon as I have the package in my… Read More »

Fried semolino with cheesy heart for the Swiss Cheese Parade

In Appetizer and Finger food, Cheese, Fried food, Vegetarian On November 6, 2013 721 Comments

I love themed cooking contest just like I love themed dinner.. in both cases everyone interpretes a theme from her/his unique point of view, and so you’ll have… Read More »

Water brioches for the week-end breakfast

In Breakfast, Dessert and Sweets, Light, Muffins cupcakes and little cakes, Vegetarian On November 2, 2013 351 Comments

I won’t say a word about my home-made breakfast, ’cause I already told you all about them a million time. But (there’s always a but) in a week-end like… Read More »

Malfatti with herbs

In Earth first course, First course, Fresh pasta, Italian cuisine, Regional Italian cooking, Tuscany, Vegetables, Vegetarian On October 30, 2013 748 Comments

Today I’ll share with you a recipe that nothing has to do with the traditional cuisine of my beloved Piedmont. In fact, today I’ll bring you to Tuscany,… Read More »

Pellegrino’s recipe – Liver “alla cacciatora”

In Beef, Italian cuisine, Meat, Pellegrino's recipes, Second course On October 28, 2013 289 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 »

Breakfast mon amour – Yogurt and orange plum cake

In Breakfast, Cakes and pies, Citrus, Dessert and Sweets, Fresh fruit, Home-made is better, Pantry cakes, Vegetarian On October 21, 2013 695 Comments

I’m not saying anything new, here… I just can’t say no to a good old home-made breakfast, usually based on cakes and similar, that are easy and quick… Read More »

An ode to crazy seasons – Zucchini stuffed with leek and speck

In Cold cuts, Second course, Vegetables On October 15, 2013 426 Comments

I often hear talking about food seasonality, and it’s something very important if you want to cook in a healty, natural way, depending on what Mother Nature has to offer,… Read More »

Piedmont in a plin raviolo

In Earth first course, First course, Fresh pasta, Italian cuisine, Pasta, Piedmont, Regional Italian cooking On September 25, 2013 664 Comments

This month the MTC came back from the holidays, and it came back with a great recipe: Elisa, in fact, proposed  raviole del plin for this challenge. Easy, you could say, since… Read More »