I never post the right dish at the right time.
Not in time for Christmas, out of time for St. Valentine and so on.
This year I’m here more than a month in advance with a very special recipe for Easter.
How did I do this?
Well I baked this casatiello last year and I’ve never posted it. 🙁
What a shame…
Back to the usual routine after Christmas: no, no, no.
I don’t want to come back to work, do you?
I don’t want to start dieting again, I don’t want to start biking again, I want to keep on waking up at 10 a.m., having fun at restaurants, receiving nice things for the new home. 😛
How did you spend your holidays?
Did you make and receive nice gift?
I mainly received beer, wine and linen for the new home plus lot of joy for being with all my beloved ones.
After a quite long iatus I’m back.
I almost forgot this month’s date for Bloggalline’s recipe exchange, I’m really late this time but I have pretty good excuses…
Yes, excuses, I mean more than one: hubby cut himself on the hand, in the same point he cut himself only four months ago.
It means I have to work for both, I did it for the past three weeks and I’m pretty tired.
He cannot use his right hand so I have to help him washing, cutting food, writing…
I usually start my posts writing the Italian one, not today as today I’m writing for a special occasion, the first #IFBCX recipe exchange.
What is IFBCX?
It’s the official hashtag for International Food Blogger Cooperative Facebook Group.
A place where food bloggers from all over the world can cooperate, learn, share.
To know better each other I suggested a recipe exchange similar to the one I usually do with Bloggalline ( Italian food bloggers group).
Many joined it, even if not so many I’m used to with Bloggalline, I’m so happy and I had the chance to surf a very beautiful blog, Dani’s cookings, written by Daniela from Sofia, Bulgaria.
I know, kale chips are a thing at least since 2012, there is no vegan/ healthy/ fitness blog without this recipe on.
Kale is not a common cabbage at home, my mum did these chips for the first time some weeks ago and we all loved them.
I, so, arrive late, really late but I think they could be a great ” scary” alternative for you Halloween party as they pretty remember of bat’s wings.
We all know on 31th October every adult and every child eats a bunch of sweet and savoury junkies, giving a different treats could be a nice idea for the most food upstanding people, intolerants, vegetarians or vegans.