Archive: Guest Recipe

Roman Cooked Puntarelle

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Hello Foodies! How are you? Today another classic winter recipe here in Italy or I better say in Rome!: “le puntarelle”. What are they? If you are not Roman, probably you do not know them. It is a type of vegetable that has a particularly bitter flavor, for this reason is also known as “chicory asparagus” or “Catalonia”. It is cultivated in the surrounds of Rome. This chicory can be served as a side dish or first course. It is possible to eat it raw … but today we present the cooked version. Yummy! This recipe has been sent by a new collaborator: my dearest friend, Manu, a great foodie and cook! As she is Roman, often eats classic recipes of the Eternal City! Hopefully she’ll send us more recipes like this! In the meantime … here comes this wonderful Roman recipe! We hope you’ll enjoy it! A must when in Rome in winter time! 😉 Read more

Carnival Italian Frappe

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Hello Foodies! Still Carnival and here we are always ready to cook and eat good things and very tasty! Today another classic Italian recipe for the carnival holidays: the “frappe”. A recipe sent by our dear Mafi who loves to cook sweets for the whole family. Simple frappe or with chocolate … but Mafi also proposes using an extra type of decorations. Do you want to discover more about it? 😉 Read more

Italian Castagnole for Carnival

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Hello Foodies! How are you? We are Carnival time and so you have to celebrate properly. Ready to eat tasty  and very  sweet things? Here’s a classic Italian Carnival recipe sent by our dear collaborator Mafi. Small soft balls to satisfy your appetite. Yummy!. Enjoy them! 😉 Read more

Bouillabaisse Créole

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Hi Foodies! So as I promised here we are with some more recipes. Today we begin with one of our classic guests: our dear Chef Sandy. A very special fish dish called “Bouillabaisse- Crèole”. A classic soup/stew from the south of France, and more particularly, of the port town of Marseille. Originally it was made with whatever fishes the fishermen could not sell in the morning. It was brought to Mauritius, from where Sandy is, by nostalgic sailors. Enjoy this aromatic dish! Read more

Apricot Crostata

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Hello Foodies ! How are you? How is the spring or the fall going on? Here the weather is beginning to be warmer and sunny. Great! . To celebrate that,  today we propose another recipe from our dear Mafi . Apricot Crostata (tart)! It is one of her favorite and very Italian recipes. Truly delicious! Enjoy it because it is really good ! 😉 Read more

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