Spelt Genoese focaccia

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ocaccia-genovese-al-farro

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I took me almost 3 months to sit down and write the recipe for this amazing Genoese focaccia. Guys, THREE MONTHS! I know, I should be ashamed of myself for being so lazy, but believe it or not I took it easy just for the blog, because I have never stopped cooking. Read more

Mini breads with sage and rosemary

panini alla salvia

fresh herbs bread sticks

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I’m getting ready for a new cookbook for a while, and I’m thinking about it. at least 5 times a day for a week, try one or two recipes very quickly, and get rid of that book for months. Read more

Sweet potato gnocchi (egg free)

gnocchis à la patate douce

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Did you know that sweet potatoes have nothing to do with regular potatoes? I personally learnt that not too long ago. The two vegetables are often prepared in the same way, but the sweet potato is eaten both in savory and in sweet preparations and its flavor is not as neutral as the regular potatoes, but rather tastes like chestnuts and carrots. Read more

Whole wheat focaccia with zucchini, brie and maple syrup

whole wheat focaccia with cheese

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The idea of making this focaccia is originated by a mix of elements/coincidences, first of all an irresistible desire to do anything with bread, then a very good brie cheese in my fridge and last but not least some friends invited for supper that day. I know it’s not nice to think of friends as guinea pigs but with a homemade focaccia I was certain that I won’t receive any complaints. Read more

Hazelnut and maple spread

vegan hazelnut spread

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I did not do it on purpose but I ended up with several sweet recipes, and on top of that all of them are perfect for breakfast. Ideally I would like to share a sweet recipe followed by a salty one, but this time I am obliged to do otherwise, so I really hope you are among the ones who love breakfast as much as I do! Read more