Foodies in the World Archive:

The Gricia!

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Hello dear foodies! Today it’s time to dedicate our recipe to a classic Italian excellence. The Gricia! Also known as the white Amatriciana, for the absence of the tomato inside. In fact, the Gricia seems to be born before the pasta Amatriciana when the shepherds (nearby Rome) brought with them Guanciale (local type of bacon), Pecorino cheese, pasta and pepper to make a quick and satisfying dish of pasta. Beautiful, delicious, flavorful and peppery. Very tasty!!! One of the ingredients that make this recipe is the Guanciale, a local pig cheek bacon . The other … the sheep cheese: the Pecorino! The recipe has been sent by a Roman restaurant in the popular neighborhood of San Giovanni. Thanks Leon! We hope you’ll  enjoy it! 😉 Read more

Country style Crostata

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Hello Foodies!  How are you? Autumn has arrived! So is the moment for some comfort food to cuddle us and to get ready for the cold weather. So now it’s time for a nice “italian crostata” (tart) with grapefruit jam. Very light because has no butter and perfect for this season with a nice cup of tea. 😉 Read more

Il nostro caro Minestrone

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Dear Foodies! Today has arrived the time for a great Italian classic: the minestrone. The recipe has been sent by our dear Mafi. Good and ideal for every moment and seasons, especially in winter and seasonal changes. Full of vitamins, light and very tasty. Ready? Here’s to you Mafi’s Minestrone  😉 Read more

Exotic Island Rice Salad

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Hi Foodies! Here is to you another tasty recipe from our dear chef and collaborator Sandy from the Mauritius Islands. A delightful salad that has wonderful blend of flavours and colors. Are you ready to turn a simple rice salad in a truly exotic and spectacular meal? So go for it! Read more

Truffes en Chocolat

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Bonjour Foodies! How are you? Today it’s time to introduce chocolaty truffles because Valentine’s Day is round the corner.  What? You are not in love? You do not care? Ahhhh! That it’s not important! We want to celebrate Valentine’s Day as the feast of love (all types of love) and the love for chocolate! He he he. This recipe has been sent by our collaborator, Marie, which is a great foodie and a very good cook.

Merci bien Chèrie !!! 😉 Read more

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