As you see I’m deep into cooking experiments at the moment, so deep I started again with my usual recipe exchange with a close circle of food blogger friends.
Blogs are in italian only so I don’t bother share links you cannot read but I can tell I had to dig deep into the blog I was paired with because it has hundreds, and I mean HUNDREDS of recipes.
Some are local, some come from far, far away: I decided to stay in the middle and I choosed a recipe from Malta, the Bigilla.
Who loves bbq?
Me, and I am sure I’m not alone.
I attended some courses with a skilled bbq master, I know how to cook a proper fiorentina ( steak) but I still do not have a bbq grill here at the new home.
This recipe was created for barbecue but you can easily do it the same way into your oven.
It comes from a bbq community and there is commonly called “red drug“, don’t know if it makes sense in English too.
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.
After a quite long iatus I’m back.
I almost forgot this month’s date for Bloggalline’s recipe exchange, I’m really late this time but I have pretty good excuses…
Yes, excuses, I mean more than one: hubby cut himself on the hand, in the same point he cut himself only four months ago.
It means I have to work for both, I did it for the past three weeks and I’m pretty tired.
He cannot use his right hand so I have to help him washing, cutting food, writing…
I know, kale chips are a thing at least since 2012, there is no vegan/ healthy/ fitness blog without this recipe on.
Kale is not a common cabbage at home, my mum did these chips for the first time some weeks ago and we all loved them.
I, so, arrive late, really late but I think they could be a great ” scary” alternative for you Halloween party as they pretty remember of bat’s wings.
We all know on 31th October every adult and every child eats a bunch of sweet and savoury junkies, giving a different treats could be a nice idea for the most food upstanding people, intolerants, vegetarians or vegans.