Back to the usual routine after the big flu; quite happy because I truly hate being forced to rest.
Not my cup of tea, really: lying on the sofa or in the bed I start thinking about all the things I should do, all the things I could clean and tidy up.
Now that I’m ok I had the chance to attend the Birra Amarcord‘s 20 years of activity party, a great party with important chefs, pizza makers and, of course, gallons of Amarcord beer.
I think I ate the best pizza of my life there, made by Piccola Piedigrotta: if you are around Reggio Emilia book a table and taste it, trust me!
Back with a very nice recipe, pretty useful for your weeknight meals.
It’s easy, quick and also have a sophisticated flair if served into a nice oven plate.
It’s a side dish but if you are like me and you could eat tonz of spinach in a single meal you can also have it as single course.
I did it for a recipe exchange with my Italian blogger fellows Bloggalline, the iriginal recipe is with summer vegetables ( bell peppers, courgettes…) but as usual I love to modify the recipe I take inspiration from because I don’t like to fill the web with copycat recipes.
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.
Back again with a recipe, so long but time runs, tasks are stockpiling, holidays are too near as I didn’t think of almost a single present.
No Christmas tree on, I forgot the advent calendar for my young boy…
I’m not feeling the Christmas spirit this year, not at all not because I’m somehow sad but because I have no time for it. 🙁
To write a single post I need at least a week, dropping a phrase or two at time, then there is something I cannot avoid to do.
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.