After a long week- end In Rimini, where I’ ve also attended a beautiful ( and Covid safe) wedding, I’m back with a post.
Two in a month?
Whoho! I am working hard!!
I made this cheese cake so long ago I don’t even remember when but I definetely remember the silky texture and the wonderful taste!
Soooo… January is here ( the real one, days before 7th don’t count): long months without holidays in front of us, lot of good food behind us.
The dessert- related query on my blog had a peak in December, now the lettuce soup is the most clicked recipe.
I am with you in the long journery to the right weight and I am not planning to cook something that worth a post for a very long time BUT I have to keep these pages alive so I have to pick some recipes from my “non- yet- published” archived and, of course, in there there are a lot of desserts. 😀
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. 🙁
So long from the time I did this wonderful recipe!
It was for my Irish brinner and I still have to post it because…
Because time ( lack of).
I wrote the Italian post so many weeks ago it was still cold outside!!
In a eye blink May is here, we are having five days of rest, hubby is away with some friends and I have planned the most perfect time inviting some friends with their son for dinner ( Irish dinner, all the recipes taken from the books of Paul Hollywood: I have almost all of them, I did many of the dishes and they always came out great), then having a Friday’s night out with my best friend testing some cocktail bars and a restaurant.
All will end with a big rugby tournament on sunday.