Are you safe at home?
I hope so.
We are still home, for sure nothing will change until after Easter.
The days are filled with online lessons, homebrewing, cooking, rugby training in the garden ( we are lucky enough to have this chance).
I had no time to add posts in the last few days but I still have recipes to share with you!
This one is a real hit, it’s called Genovese but it’s a traditional recipe from Neaples.
Would you like to know a new hobby I started in 2020?
Recipe exchange with my pen- friends.
Homey recipes, family recipes, handwritten or not they are all precious to me as much as they are for them.
Back again with a recipe, as I told you I have some many new recipes to post I have the problem to decide what comes first.
But why should I decide and not you?
So I throw a survey on my Facebook page, I did it on saturday and so many joined.
It was a simply photo, I just asked to comment with a number:
All the recipes had their own fans but the number four won everything: they are “gnudi” vegetarian dumplings from Tuscany made of spinach and ricotta cheese.
Hot summer, nasty summer.
I have a lot of issues, hubby had a work incident and can’t work so I have to work for both.
No time for cooking, no time for writing.
I’m only posting what I have settled in the past months.
I hope holidays and then fall will close this awful period.
This recipe is easy and part of our standard summer weekmeals, I’ ve tried this for the first time years ago in a bistro in Santarcangelo called Ottavino.
I’ve been a guest of a new food school both for profesionists and amateurs called Gambero Rosso Città del Gusto in Cesena.
I’ve chosen a lesson about vegetarian cooking given by Pier Giorgio Parini ( can’t find an English page about him) a Michelin starred chef born and raised in Romagna.
I’ve learned how to cook vegetables in such a tasty way…