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Towards Christmas – Pumpkin and cardamom jam

In Christmas is near - home-made gifts, Home-made is better, Jam, Spices, Vegetables On December 13, 2012 414 Comments

Have you already resigned to my pumpkin-oriented posts?! Good, because I don’t think this will be the last of the season. For sure, though, this is the first… Read More »

Mantua memories: pumpkin tortelli

In Earth first course, First course, Fresh pasta, Lombardy, Pasta, Regional Italian cooking, Vegetables On November 22, 2012 300 Comments

Ok, I have a soft spot for pumpkin… a big one, I might say. And, if the cream of pumpkin soup is my Achilles heel (those of you… Read More »

Swiss lasagna with zucchini, Gruyère and Sbrinz cheese

In Cheese, Contest, Earth first course, First course, Fresh pasta, Italian cuisine, Pasta, Vegetables On October 13, 2012 347 Comments

The origin of this recipe lies in a contest created by Switzerland Cheeses in collaboration with Tery of Peperoni e Patate, entitled “Switzerland in a dish“.  This contest… Read More »

Summer is ending – eggplant caponata

In Appetizer and Finger food, Bittersweet, Cold dishes, Family recipes, Fried food, Herbs, Regional Italian cooking, Sicily, Vegetables On September 22, 2012 210 Comments

Summer is ending (these are the words of a famous Italian “trash” song… it’s amazing how many trash songs I know), but my idea is to enjoy this… Read More »

Mission pummarola

In Conserve, Herbs, Home-made is better, Vegetables On September 17, 2012 167 Comments

Today let's talk about pummarola (aka tomato in Campanian dialect)! During these last weeks in food blogs and in the real world I heard so much about tomato… Read More »

Little suns stuffed with ricotta, mint and saffron in a zucchini sauce for Little Miss Sunshine

In Cheese, Cinema, Contest, Earth first course, First course, Fresh pasta, Herbs, Home-made is better, Pasta, Spices, Vegetables On August 21, 2012 261 Comments

Today we talk about cinema, and the opportunity to speak of this love of mine (I'm saying I want to take a second degree in history of cinema… Read More »

Sciué sciué – friselle with cherry tomatoes and buffalo mozzarella

In Appetizer and Finger food, Breads and pizzas, Cheese, Cold dishes, Cooking for dummies, Extra-virgin olive oil, Herbs, Holidays, Regional Italian cooking, Southern Italy, Vegetables On July 28, 2012 411 Comments

Live from Calabria (haven’t I said that I’d write from somewhere else, this time?), in a seaside-holiday mode, I leave you a sciué sciué (it means “quick quick”… 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 1,880 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 »

AAA fresh wanted – Venere rice salad, spring/summer collection

In First course, Pasta rice and cereals salads, Single course, Vegetables On July 3, 2012 239 Comments

Do you like the hot weather? Do you like summer? Well, I don't mind that, except when the heat is excessive and, for business or pleasure, I find… Read More »

Back to cooking – zucchini flowers and saffron risotto

In Earth first course, First course, Risotto, Spices, Vegetables On June 12, 2012 1,201 Comments

I talk and talk, I promise and promise, and then I don't fulfil .. I'm just a lot of talking and a badge (do you remember this quote… Read More »