Recipes

Savory Potato and Salami Pie, Gluten-Free Recipe

In Italy, Easter holiday usually arrive on warm, sunny days and picnics. During that time of the year, savory pies are a common dish, especially...

Homemade Italian Pastry Cream: basic recipe

Pastry cream, also known as crema pasticcera, is typically used as a base for other ingredients and creams. It is an incredibly versatile dessert component. However,...

Parmigiano Reggiano Savory Cookies: Italian Aperitivo Recipes

Did you ever taste Parmigiano cookies? Often I store the dough into the freezer, ready to be cooked and eaten. Parmigiano cookies are one of...

Polenta Cake. Gluten-Free Breakfast Recipe

Polenta cake is a gluten free version of a basic Italian recipe. Usually made with traditional flour, few eggs, sugar, milk or yogurt. All ingredients...

Lemon and Chia Seeds Loaf Cake Recipe

I admit I have a special love for loaf cake and all breakfast cakes in general. But yes, especially I have a preference for sweet...

Via Emilia: Italian Sugo Recipe for Pasta and Crostini

Ragu, salsa and sugo. Three different words that in Italy sometimes are used interchangeably among them. The most of them go with pasta but...

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If you are a pizza lover, as we are, we’d love to introduce you to the most famous Neapolitan pizza in London: Franco Manca. The brand was founded in London (what!? An Italian pizza brand born directly in London? Yes, darling!) by Giuseppe Mascoli and acquired in 2014 by...
What is the difference between a certified PDO traditional balsamic vinegar and any other dressing? And between a DOP product and an IGP? What exactly is a vinegar factory? "Stories about food " are the narrative we chose to respond to this kind of question, and they help us understand manufacturers...

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It’s spring time in London! The air is getting warmer. It is more and more pleasant to be outside and we can enjoy longer daytime. From October to March I crave having more daylight hours. They make me feel more energetic. My body needs them and I feel that I can do so much more during the day. Sometimes I do, sometimes I don’t. But this is not the point....
The mainstay of Italian colazione (breakfast) is hot espresso, cappuccino (espresso with a goodly dollop of foamed milk) or caffè latte (a glass of milk with a bit of coffee). An alternative beverage is orzo, a slightly nutty, non-caffeinated roasted-barley beverage that looks like cocoa. Someone drinks hot tea but the most of Italian people -for sure- drink coffee. Rather, espresso. About espresso we've many options and for instance you could listen...

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