Bagna Cauda is a delicious Italian appetizer originally from of Piedmont, so rich in history and flavor! This dip is made with excellent olive oil and anchovies mashed along with plenty of garlic. The Bagna Cauda is commonly paired with raw and cooked vegetables: tasty and healthy!
The infused sake is a tasty and exciting way to serve sake. Lemon peels and fresh thyme give a comfort flavor to the sake: I love to propose this drink well cold during my gatherings with friends and family! The Zens Sober Decanter is perfect to serve my infused sake: its two separate sections permit to keep the infuse perfectly cold for a long time!
The Dauphinoise potatoes is a traditional French recipe typical of the Dauphiné region. This dish is real comfort food: the potatoes are slow-cooked into a herb-flavored cream and milk mixture, until brown and crispy with a soft and delicious heart! Here the recipe and history of Gratin Dauphinoise!
The Cannoncini alla Crema is a typical Piedmontese sweet, incredibly popular in several Northern and Central Italian regions. Entering into an Italian pastry shop is easy to find Cannoncini filled with different pastry creams, but the most popular filling is for sure the Vanilla Pastry Cream. Here the recipe for the delicious Cannoncini!
Shrikhand (also called Srikhand) is the traditional Indian sweet yogurt flavored with Cardamom and Saffron. The origin of Shrikhand is very old probably before the V Century B.C.: a piece of history on your table! This recipe is great al- day-long as a different brunch, a healthy snack, or a delicious after-meal!
The Chianti Superiore is an amazing Italian wine, an excellent classic to pair with cheese, cured meats, and traditional Italian recipes. But, not everyone knows that this wine is also a delicious ingredient for several authentic recipes. Today I’m telling you one of the most popular and tasty Italian recipes made with Chianti: the braised beef stew!
Pico de Gallo is one of the most simple and popular Mexican sauces. This “salsa” is a must-to-serve dish over the tables of the Mexican restaurants, along with Nachos, Salsa Picante, and Salsa Tomatillo. Called also Salsa Bandera (flag sauce) because of the same colors of the Mexican Flag, Pico de Gallo is made with simple and healthy ingredients, without any fat adding: it’s vegan, and it’s delicious! Here the whole history and the traditional recipe!
The Ribollita is one of the most popular Italian bread soups. This historical recipe prepared in Tuscany since the Middle Ages, and came from the necessity to reuse the stale bead mixing it with the herbs and vegetables available in the garden: the result is simply delicious! To prepare an authentic Ribollita, Tuscan bread, Lacinato kale and beans are essential ingredients: a traditionally vegan delight!
Vichyssoise is a cream soup we all know, and probably we have tasted at least once in our life. But, its popularity is its strength and its weakness all at the same time. Honestly, if your experience is limited to canned Vichyssoise, it’s time to prepare the authentic Vichyssoise: It’s easy to make and delicious!
The Mozzarella in Carrozza one of the simplest and tastiest Italian snacks; worldwide popular, and with an interesting and smart history. Originally, the idea behind the Mozzarella in Carrozza has been prompted from the needs to reuse stale bead and old mozzarella. Nowadays, this appetizer is made with white bread slices, and mozzarella, and optionally other toppings like anchovies or ham. Here the recipe and the history!