Zucchini bread with turmeric icing

zucchini bread

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It is officially Summer (and I am so happy!) so the banana bread -in any version- that I enjoyed making in the past months, is now worthily replaced by the zucchini one. The zucchini bread is easy to make, perfect for a healthy breakfast or for a not too heavy snack, both for adults and for children, who won’t complain for having some greens in their snack! Read more

Cherry tomato and pistachio pizza

homemade pizza

This is not the recipe I wanted to share with you guys, as looking at the pictures I took I wasn’t sure…. I was afraid that the not “good-looking” pictures would have affected the recipe itself, make it less appealing. So I have decided that I will make that recipe again, as soon as the sun will shine again, bringing some decent light in my kitchen. What I am sharing with you today is one of the most known Italian recipes in the entire world, for me, the ultimate comfort food, in other words PIZZA!

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Strawberry and ricotta cake

ricotta cake with strawberries

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Between a nappy and a diaper, I managed to download the pictures and find something to say about this strawberry and ricotta cake. In my mind I was supposed to publish this recipe a couple of weeks ago, but beside some small catering services my baby got sick, and so did I (and of course, a good number of friends of mine). Read more

Whole-wheat and rey focaccia with preserved lemons

focaccia integrale al limone-

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It’s no longer a surprise that I am very fond of lemons, right? But to be honest, lately I’ve been using preserved lemons more than fresh ones. I put them everywhere, in breads, cakes, or even a classic chicken. Read more


sfouf recipe -

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Have you ever heard this word? It sounds cool, doesn’t it? Sfouf is nothing less than a Lebanese cake made with semolina and turmeric. It’s as good as it sounds. I recently tasted it here in Montreal in a nice cafe that bears its name, and I immediately loved it. Read more