This is my first post using the plug-in Polylang.
It permits a multi-language website/ blog, it means you will find, from now on, blog posts in English only or Italian only if your browser is set on IT.
Step by step I’ll put hands on every past post changing settings in order to please Google and SEO and to give my blog better chances to be seen worldwide.
Holidays ended at last.
Nothing more to say, I think you all know what I mean.
Christmas tree back into its box, no more panettone in the house, Lorenzo back to school.
It has been nice, I can’t say anything bad about my holidays, I rested a lot and watched Netflix so much I’m going to be the next majority owner.
I’m all alone this week end so I turned on the tv to watch Crossing lines ( I’m watching the 9th episode right now) then I turned on the oven and baked a little.
I had these cookies on my bucket list for a while, this week I’m going to attend a couple of Christmas parties so I decided it was time to act.
It’s 11.15 pm so I have to cut the blog post, I only want to say this recipe comes from my lovely mother-in-law Daniela.
With this recipe I’m going to start my collaboration with Cantina della Birra, an online beer shop packed with great beers, from classic Pils to strong Porters.
As you may have learned following my blog I’m a beer lover; I’m always in when it comes to try new brews and I’m so lucky as I can do it through Cantina della Birra.
This recipe looks at Christmas, how many want to make homemade presents for friends and colleagues every year?
I stole 20 minutes from my daily schedule and I did these pumpkin pancakes.
Then I stole 30 more minutes to take pictures and luckly they are quite nice, this time I’m almost satisfied!
I had a salty recipe for these pancakes but I arrived at a sweet one because…
I had no extra salty ingredients to take pictures with.
Enough to change the plan and enough to feed my son with a sweet pile of pancakes for dinner.