It’s friday, hubby is out helping his father buying a new sofa, son is at a friend’s home.
I am home ALONE and I swear I’m not going to do anything but writing a new post with a tea cup by my side and fox crime on tv.
Since we moved we usually have a walk at the local market on saturday morning; there we can find very fresh fish and, as we are still on a diet, fish become our ” week end cheat”.
I’m learning how to cook it properly and it’s not difficult at all if the fish you use is fresh and high quality.
I posted a patties recipe just a week ago but I’m here again with another kind because…
Because I love patties, meatballs and similar preparations: they are easy, you can feed a crowd with them, you can often prepare them in advance.
I made these tuna and potado patties for a nice collaboration with a big brand of supermarket called ” La grande I”, this is the supermarket I attend when I’m in Rimini, the one my parents in law always attend for the big grocery shopping.
With this recipe I attend a recipe contest organized by a lovely brand of preserved vegetables, the contest and all the recipes are in Italian but as I did here I want to translate at least the recipe for you.
I wanted to do something easy but tasty, something you can take with you in a jar when you wander around for a spring pic-nic or garden party.
I adore beans, chickpeas and legumes, they often come in wintery foods but I wanted to give this dish a spring flair.
I’m posting quick posts lately but I’m quite busy with work, sponsored posts, Lorenzo’s therapy and more: please forgive my hurry and enjoy the recipe!
I’m back from Lucca comics & games, one of the biggest comics, games and cosplay fair in the world, I had so much fun and I met old friends walking about 10 miles a day.
I ended my long week end in Florence where I had a nice dinner with my blogger friend Berenice at The goose bistro, a cozy and lovely bistro in the heart of the city nex to the dome owned by a Scottish guy I know.
I had the chance to taste haggis, I liked it so much!