Bread pudding with salt caramel

bread pudding

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Do you really need to hear something about this recipe? I remind you that this is bread pudding with salted caramel, and that the bread is a pain brioche. My words are superfluous, I guess, so let me just say, “Try it!”. I can guarantee you that, when the bread meets the flavor of the salted caramel, all your concerns, or eventually, your bad mood, will be an old memory, at least for a few minutes.  Read more

My grandmother’s butternut squash “parmigiana”

parmigiana di zucca e pinoli

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Do you remember my grandmother who buys lemons flat out? Besides consuming a lot of lemons, she also is a great cook. At the age of almost 90 she is still able to put the whole family at the table. Read more

Citrus “langues de chat”

Lingue di gatto agli agrumifrench version english version italian version (SCROLL DOWN)

After the whole Friday spent in the kitchen and a pretty much busy Saturday always around food, I said I would have given myself a break, which means not cooking for at least 48 hours. In truth, I resisted far from the burners just 22 hours (not even a day!). Read more

Kale and spinach spätzli

homemade spatula with kale

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Kale and spätzli are rarely mixed together, at least for me. Spätzli is a typical recipe of Germany, Switzerland, Austria and northern Italy. The kale, in Italy sometimes is known as “Black of Tuscany”, is the main ingredient of some traditional recipes around Florence and Siena.. Read more

Hazelnut and fig bread

pane nocciole e fichifrench version english version italian version (SCROLL DOWN)

A few months have passed since the day I hoped making bread would help me to become more patient. A good number of bread came out of my oven, but nothing has changed, indeed, I’m still the same. I’m still the one who believes that a day can last 36-48 hours. Read more