Back again, ready to enter your homes and help you with sping events like parties, pic- nics, bbqs and all the nice things you do douring the good season which involve a lot of persons.
I always am the one who “brings something” when these occasions occur and I have many recipes which fit the situation: easy to do, easy to keep and store, fast to do in big quantities.
Back to blog work again after a while, I had a lot to do and I started again my bike training so time is always less than I need to do everything I want.
I’m back with a recipe dedicated to the good season, to spring and summer, to pic- nics and week end trips.
Who doesn’t love a good sandwich after a walk into the nature, an open air football (rugby, basketball…) match?
And a good sandwich needs a good bread.
Why not a beer based bread?
I’ve been a guest of a new food school both for profesionists and amateurs called Gambero Rosso Città del Gusto in Cesena.
I’ve chosen a lesson about vegetarian cooking given by Pier Giorgio Parini ( can’t find an English page about him) a Michelin starred chef born and raised in Romagna.
I’ve learned how to cook vegetables in such a tasty way…
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!
With this recipe I’m entering a contest about picnic food ideas “in a jar”.
It’s almost spring and it’s the perfect contest to work on!
I’m not posting link and brands here as everything is in Italian but I want to share with you my recipe anyway.
This way I also improve my skills with this new recipe plugin: I have to say I hate it quite a lot. -.-
The hard truth is, after I almost splitted all my post in Itlian and English page, each with its own recipe card, I have to change all of these cards with another kind of plugin.