Chocolate Budino is one of the simplest and tastiest traditional Italian desserts, quick and easy to prepare! Often, besides the cocoa, this dessert is enriched with spices, fruit, and whipped cream, so good!
Panzanella is a delicious salad typical in the regions of Central Italy, and particularly in Tuscany. The recipe has been created to use the bread leftovers and common veggies like cucumbers, tomatoes, and onions. Here the history and recipe of Panzanella!
Ciabatta is one of the most typical Italian bread, easy to make, and the protagonist of several delicious recipes. Despite its relatively recent creation, Ciabatta is probably the most popular European bread, along with French Baguette. Here the history and the recipe of Ciabatta!
Pastitsio is one of the most worldwide popular and controversial Greek recipes. The origin of this delicious Greek baked ziti is probably Italian, then revisited by the famous chef Nikolaos Tselementes under the influence of the French cuisine. Here the traditional recipe and the history of Pastitsio!
Tigelle is a recipe that I particularly love: practically, I grew up eating these little flatbreads, typical of my homebirth region! Tigelle are traditionally filled with cheese, cured meats, and even sweet spread, a feast for the senses, and a must of the Emilian street food!
The Salmon en Papillote is a quick and easy way to cook and serve healthy fish! The Papillote technique is very ancient and popular in various parts of the world. The food is wrapped and steamed in the oven preserving the flavors and the taste: delicious!