My son called in sick two weeks ago, hubby got sick the Whole last week and now…
Guess who is 102°F and more now?
Yes, you’re right, it’s my glory moment.
I spent two days in bed, with an awful headache I couldn’t even stand up and it’s pretty unusual for me.
Luckly today I’ m ok enough to stay on the sofa so I give a try with blog and posts.
I have some recipes awaiting for your attention! 🙂
Hearts, red roses, teddy bears in every shop’s window?
Have you seen them?
Yes, it’s that moment of the year again, St. Valentine is coming, brace yourself!
St. Valentine is not a day I use to celebrate, I’m not interested in flowers, presents, jewels…
If hubby wants me happy he can bring me out to try a new restaurant but he can do it always, not only on 14 February! 😀
You all know recipes like crème brûlée or creme caramel or panna cotta.
The pudding I’m introducing you today is a close relative of those dessert but it’s only made of yolks, sugar and fresh whole milk.
It’s a very old (can I say ancient?) recipe from Romagna region, it has a long tradition among farmer’s families but it makes a wonderful appearance on the most lushious tables, expecially for Christmas.
I’m really pleased to introduce you this cake, “ pinza bolognese“, this is my dad’s favourite dessert, is really simple and cheap, it comes from a very old tradition (first quote about this cake was in 1644).
In Italy we have a special name for this kind of cakes: “torte da credenza”.
It means “cupboard cakes” and includes all the cakes which last for days without the need of a refrigerator; it means cakes with no creams or custards, unmoist plum- cakes and bundts, ring shaped cakes.
I’m on a diet and I keep posting dessert.
I don’t think it’s a coincidence.
Truth is I had the chance to make a couple of nice cakes because some weeks ago it was my birthday and I celebrated it with the family.
I also had the possibility to take nice (but not perfect) pics of some other recipes you’ll see soon on blog; I have material to work on, WOOT WOOT!!
I post this great recipe now because I wanted to write something about Halloween parties and recipes: it’s that time of the year and I love Halloween so much!!