We are starting another week of quarantine.
This time we will be closed too and we will not allowed to even have a walk around alone if not very near home.
It will be very, very hars and hard because hubby and son aren’t made to be alone without anything to do but we will manage, I am sure.
I cooked and baked a lot in the past days but, as we and hubby share the laptop, I had no chance to keep it long enough to write a double post.
I am trying to do it now, I start with the recipe of a lovely, easy, tasty cake cooked bain marie which make the cake very moist.
It comes from this book:
I don’t own this, I would like to buy it but Amazon ( and it’s a good thing!) don’t send anything which is not ” vital” ( from pantry to office supplies or cellphone chargers) anymore.
I will buy it when all this will be over.
So how do I reached this recipe?
Another long week end of quarantine home.
Pretty hard as we are in this situation from 16 of February and we are very tired of doing nothing except working.
My son did his homeworks, played a lot with his Xbox, then he is using the free time to learn how to cook.
Ready, steady, go!
New month, new post; my new bullet journal routine helps me a lot keeping track of all my posts on the blog/ socials and this routine says it’s time for a new post here.
Luckly I have a brand new recipe to post, from a small book I bought on Amazon, first hand but very cheap.
I discovered later it is the translation of a book about cheesecake written by an American chef called George Geary.
Back on my pages with a new post!
This nothing_to_do saturday is the right moment to drop few lines; hubby is playing with Lorenzo Call of Duty and I am typing as faster as I can to share with you this recipe. 🙂
We got some adsl issues lately and we have to call internet assistence every now and then but we have not solved anything at the moment.
The sad reality is in Italy internet structures are inadeguate and not up to dated and we just have to wait for modernity to reach us. 🙁
French – style apple tart is a tart I did few months ago and I still have to publish.
This is the right moment to do so as I am alone at home with all the comforts: Christmas tree on, new laptop, Pandoro ( traditional raised Christmas sweet) on the table.
Recipe comes from “ Pies & puds” from Paul Hollywood, I must say I am not a frangipane cream fan but if you love it this tart is for you!