I am back with a recipe I’ve found on an Italian Facebook group about local recipes.
I hardly can say this is a local thing but it’s a delicious idea indeed: it’s a dried fruit jam packed with Christmas flavours like cloves, cinnamon, star anise and, according to me, it’s a wonderful Christmas present you can gift.
It’s perfect with cheeses, you should try it with melted Camembert or, if you prefer, you can use it in Christmas sweets or plain, on a slice of buttered bread with a cup of tea.
Welcome to day 18 of our Cookie Advent Calendar!
Today I want to send my greetings to all the vegans out there with this easy but delicious cookie recipe; okara is the meal you obtain when you squeeze all the “milk” from almonds.
This recipe comes from my old friend Maddalena, very involved in food making from scratch and veganism.
Another day another recipe!!
So easy when you have nothing more to do than cooking and posting!
I am trying some recipes I had in my bucket list for years, I am just a little bit lazy and the pics are taken in a rush.
I have also make some nice first courses but how can you take pics of a hot dish of pasta?
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.