Loving the Italian cuisine is like loving a perfect summer holiday – funny, sunny and ever green.
I love simple, summer time foods and salads. The more easier to make the better. No fuss, no hours of preparation.
Recently, we have completely, madly, irrevocably fallen in love with beetroot.
It is a few hours now that I have taken the Easter Bread out of the oven, but the kitchen still smells of vanilla, chocolate and orange.
A festive Easter Lamb makes always for a really special treat. It’s a dish to look forward to, as mush as to the holiday itself and the family gathering cheer.
Spring is finally here. Gentle and pale, sweet flower scented and sunny warm.
A new family favourite recipe since recently is the classic hummus. We love to enjoy it spread on a freshly baked sourdough bread during a busy Saturday brunch.
Something strange happens with the coming of spring. Suddenly our dining table is full of lighter dishes, fresh green salads and herbs.
Entering a magic place does not require more than a wish and few hours with plane. Heading south, where the sun forever shines is Morocco.
Sunny and warm, sweet flower-scented spring. The world wears a smile and the garden beckons attention, to be explored, to be cherished, to be enjoyed.