Muscovado bundt cake with hazelnut meal and orange juice: have you ever hear of a similar mix of ingredients?
I didn’t since I read a post on Facebook of a fellow blogger.
I would like to share the post but it’s in Italian only; anyway I want to tell you about this Italian bloggers’ project called KEEP CALM AND WHAT’S FOR DINNER? that brings you every month many recipes you can easily make in about 30 minutes.
I’m back again, not so long from the last time after all!
We are still working on the new house or, at least, bricklayers are; this means a lot of time taking measures, discussing, planning, changing plans.
We would like to move before Christmas, I think, instead, we will pass Christmas moving.
Anyway I’m here again with, guess what?
Almost unusual for this blog, uh? 🙂
this is my “middle holidays” post, it has been writen earlier as at the moment I’m probably laying on a sofa claiming I’ve eaten too much.
But I had to give you this recipe as it’s perfect for a cheese platem with boiled meat or grilled white meat; don’t you have at least one of these on your New year’s Eve’s table?
You can give it as a present too if you still have to make some presents.
Any New Year’s resolutions out there?
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.