This is a dish that was very famous in the 70’s. Invented by a New York chef in Bologna (IT). You wouldn’t expect this to be a famous dish in Italy, because of the vodka… I lately found this dish … Continue reading Vodka and penne
Sunny days, some rain, damp mornings, …. The perfect circumstances for porcini to grow. Just need to find a spot in the woods where they grow. Every porcini “hunter” has his own spots, and they won’t tell you where the … Continue reading It’s that time of the year… Porcini!
Last week I was searching the web for new recipes and found this beauty… Spaghetti mari e monti (sea and mountains). You combine the best of the sea and mountains. This is a traditional recipe from Le Marche. Here are … Continue reading Spaghetti mari e monti
Peperonata, another Italian classic. Basic but you can tweak it and add some extra ingredients to spice it up. I’ll show you how to make the basic dish and feel free to add some new ingredients yourself, be creative… The … Continue reading Peperonata, a real classic
Lazy Monday lasagna The best thing about lasagna is the leftovers for the day after. I don’t like to heat the whole thing up in the microwave oven. I prefer to heat it back up in a saucepan. It’s … Continue reading Lazy Monday lasagna