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Fare colazione Fare colazione By briciole 01/09/12 23:27 To have breakfast Breakfasts of the World Challenge on Very Good Recipes This month, I have the honor, together with nine other bloggers, of being a judge in a challenge that has a theme suited to the time of the year: If we think about January as the morning...
Abiu, annona atemoya, carambola e rambutan Abiu, annona atemoya, carambola e rambutan By briciole 01/15/12 21:42 Abiu, atemoya, starfruit and rambutan: four types of fruit (frutta) I have recently had the pleasure of eating while vacationing on the Big Island of Hawai'i [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] I fell in love with abiu two years ago,...
Rambutan Rambutan By briciole 01/02/14 17:02 Beauties in a box at the farmers' market My love story with the juicy morsels enveloped in a soft-spiked skin is not new. I met this fruit for the first time two years ago during a visit to the Big Island and talked about it in a post about various fruits...
Croccanti Croccanti By briciole 12/23/11 20:44 A family recipe for a special sweet treat In the days leading up to the Holidays, my aunt Lucia would bake special cookies and apportion them among family members: my uncle, my father, my cousins. My father visited her before Christmas and brought back...
Torta Torta By briciole 07/24/11 14:13 Rye apple cake As member of a grain CSA, I receive a monthly share that includes various stone-ground, whole-grain flours, like wheat, barley and rye flour. Rye is a cereal grain that looks like wheat but is longer and more slender and varies in color from...
Minestra di cicerchie Minestra di cicerchie By briciole 05/07/12 06:21 Cicerchia soup [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] minestra di cicerchie Cicerchia (Lathyrus sativus) is a legume that, according to this page (in Italian), was once widely consumed, while nowadays, it is grown only in central Italy....
Tagliatelle alla borragine (e un breve pensiero) Tagliatelle alla borragine (e un breve pensiero) By briciole 09/12/11 01:43 A brief thought I am writing these lines 10 years after almost to the minute. It is shortly before 6 am in California, 9 am in New York. That day, a phone call from a family friend alerted me. I was up early, preparing for the day ahead. I turned on the...
Cereali integrali e farine integrali: il riepilogo Cereali integrali e farine integrali: il riepilogo By briciole 08/02/11 16:36 Healing Foods: whole grains and whole-grain flours Hosting the July 2011 edition of Healing Foods was a lot of fun. Healing Foods is a monthly event started in January 2010 by Siri of Cooking with Siri. It aims at focusing on a food item or, as in this...
 spaghetti  al pomodoro "spaghetti" al pomodoro By briciole 04/03/12 18:39 "spaghetti" with tomato sauce "spaghetti" al pomodoro Years ago, some time after I had moved to California, a co-worker described to me a squash whose pulp, once cooked, looked like spaghetti. I remember that, as I was listening, I thought "Well, it's not...
Torta salata con ricotta e verdure novelle Torta salata con ricotta e verdure novelle By briciole 01/22/12 22:20 savory tart with ricotta and baby leafy greens [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] Last November, I planted some rainbow chard in a section of my little vegetable garden (orto) and I have been able to harvest leaves a few times. I cannot...
Gnocchi di ricotta Gnocchi di ricotta By briciole 11/22/11 06:38 Ricotta gnocchi Over two years ago, Daring Cooks started and the first recipe chosen by founders Ivonne and Lisa was ricotta gnocchi from The Zuni Cafe Cookbook by Judy Rodgers. I loved the recipe and said so in the post I wrote about it, which ends with...
Zuppa di porri, barbabietola rossa e sedano rapa Zuppa di porri, barbabietola rossa e sedano rapa By briciole 10/09/11 18:19 Leek, red beet and celeriac soup [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] The soup started with the purchase of some beautiful leeks and celeriac at the farmers' market. My first experiment was to make my leek and potato soup (zuppa di porri...
Pane di segale svedese / Swedish rye bread Pane di segale svedese / Swedish rye bread By briciole 09/15/13 23:24 Past the uninspiring look, an exciting flavor Time and time again, life has nudged me into going past first impressions when it comes to food I have prepared. Something does not look exceptional and I tend to think that it doesn't taste great, though I...
Mezzelune con ricotta e bietola Mezzelune con ricotta e bietola By briciole 07/14/11 18:11 Steph from Stephfood was our Daring Cooks' July hostess. Steph challenged us to make homemade noodles without the help of a motorized pasta machine. She provided us with recipes for Spätzle and Fresh Egg Pasta as well as a few delicious sauces to pair our...
Reginelle / sesame cookies Reginelle / sesame cookies By briciole 03/15/13 19:39 2FVVEF9FJXPW reginella à la Simona Sicily smells of sesame seeds. Not the actual island, but the Sicily of my memory. I close my eyes, I whisper "Sicilia" and I smell toasted sesame seeds. The same thing happens if I read about Sicily: I open one of my...
Piattoni al pomodoro Piattoni al pomodoro By briciole 08/07/11 20:23 Stewed romano beans with tomatoes [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] Italian flat beans or romano beans are a kind of snap beans that are wide and flat. In this context, piatto is Italian for flat, and the suffix -one indicates a large...
Frittata con fragole arrosto e neufchâtel fatto in casa Frittata con fragole arrosto e neufchâtel fatto in casa By briciole 08/14/11 20:22 Frittata with roasted strawberries and homemade French Neufchâtel cheese [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] Yes, you read correctly and, yes, it sounds quite strange. It sounded strange to me too, when the idea formed in my mind. In...
Pane Pane By briciole 07/26/11 00:39 Rye bread with thyme flowers and chive blossoms For the current edition of Cook the Books, we are reading Sarah Addison Allen’s novel Garden Spells. Not unlike a book I discusseda few months ago (Blessed Are the Cheeseakers by Sarah-Kate Lynch), Garden...
Gelato di fragole arrosto all'aceto balsamico Gelato di fragole arrosto all'aceto balsamico By briciole 07/17/11 18:54 Roasted strawberry ice cream flavored with balsamic vinegar [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] A lovely summer dessert. Strawberry season is in full swing and one of the recipes in which the beloved berries shine is Strawberry ice cream...
Ftira: pane maltese / Maltese bread Ftira: pane maltese / Maltese bread By briciole 01/19/14 22:14 A really good bread The sky always shone blue and cloudless. The sea was of a blue so intense it was impossible not to want to dive into it. I was on the island of Malta to study English and enjoy a vacation after over a year of working full time as a nurse...
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