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Visita a Yosemite Visita a Yosemite By briciole 05/13/12 16:21 Visit to Yosemite Half Dome and a portion of Yosemite Valley Every day is Earth Day (la Giornata della Terra). Yet, spending the day in Yosemite National Park made for a special celebration this year. Yosemite is one of the most famous parks in the US and...
Eleganza Eleganza By briciole 05/11/12 23:25 Elegance elegant draping of the cloth In this photo I took during the cheese-making workshop I attended recently, you see the Bel Paese cheese we made on day 2 early in the draining period. The cheese has been flipped once, as evidenced by the surface,...
Una pasta veloce per cena numero 261: il riepilogo Una pasta veloce per cena numero 261: il riepilogo By briciole 04/27/12 17:32 Presto Pasta Nights #261: the roundup It's Friday and time to share the pasta dishes that I have received as contributions to edition #261 of Presto Pasta Nights, the popular event created by Ruth of Once Upon a Feast. For each contribution, I will give...
Lassi alla fragola Lassi alla fragola By briciole 04/15/12 16:44 strawberry lassi [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] strawberry lassi made with kefir Having a steady supply of homemade kefir means being able to experiment with it on the spur of the moment. My husband likes Indian food and when he...
Kefir fatto in casa Kefir fatto in casa By briciole 03/23/12 14:22 Homemade kefir mango lassi made with kefir A couple of months ago, I made kefir using this culture. The process was straightforward and in about 24 hours, we could taste it. I ended up making fresh cheese with it: I will describe that in an upcoming post....
Novel Food #15: tortine al cocco e mango Novel Food #15: tortine al cocco e mango By briciole 03/12/12 15:23 Coconut and mango friands "Oh, mamma, that shows you never saw Mr. Thornton. He looks like a person who would enjoy battling with every adverse thing he could meet with — enemies, winds, or circumstances. The more it rains and blows, the more certain we...
Minestra d'orzo Minestra d'orzo By briciole 03/11/12 14:23 Barley soup [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] barley soup The second region we are visiting as part of the Italian tour recently started in Valle d'Aosta, is Trentino Alto-Adige. This time, I cannot rely on personal memories to say...
Trota al vino rosso Trota al vino rosso By briciole 02/23/12 19:18 Trout in red wine [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] trout in red wine With this post, I am starting an exploration of traditional dishes from the various regions of Italy in the company of other bloggers. We start from the north-west...
Yogurt a colazione Yogurt a colazione By briciole 02/12/12 18:24 yogurt for breakfast: yogurt + fruit + nuts = a flavorful and healthy combination [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] yogurt, pear and pistachios Breakfast option #1: homemade plain, non-fat yogurt, diced baked pear (pera), chopped toasted...
Fare il formaggio richiede pazienza Fare il formaggio richiede pazienza By briciole 12/14/11 16:30 Making cheese requires patience As we continue to stir the curds, more acid will develop and the curds will continue to lose whey. [source] The time devoted to stirring the curds, while slowly increasing the temperature, is a good time to think: the slow,...
Una mattina d'inverno al mercato Una mattina d'inverno al mercato By briciole 12/07/11 16:36 At the farmers' market on a winter morning Last Sunday morning, I went to the Temescal farmers' market in Oakland, and, as usual, I had a nice time walking around, chatting with various farmers and filling my bag with goodies. Butternut squashes dressed...
Legumi che passione! numero 41: il riepilogo Legumi che passione! numero 41: il riepilogo By briciole 12/02/11 15:03 My Legume Love Affair #41: the roundup 1 I just published the roundup of the 41st edition of MLLA, the famous event created and organized by Susan of The Well-Seasoned Cook which I had the honor and pleasure to host for the month of November. The roundup...
Bere il tè a casa Bere il tè a casa By briciole 11/30/11 16:20 Drinking tea at home In a recent post, I talked about my habits as far as making and drinking coffee at home. My day however, always starts with two cups of tea. This is a ritual that I follow no matter where I am, including Italy. It was in fact during...
Fagioli monete del papa Fagioli monete del papa By briciole 11/29/11 18:18 Christmas Lima beans For the current edition of Cook the Books, we are reading Harlot's Sauce: A Memoir of Food, Family, Love, Loss, and Greece by Patricia Volonakis Davis. The author falls in love with Greece — or, to be more precise, with her idea of...
Basilico della Cina Basilico della Cina By briciole 11/09/11 14:46 Shiso (Perilla frutescens) When I first talked about this beautiful and flavorful plant that I planted in my herb garden last spring, I learned that in Italian it is called basilico della Cina, Chinese basil. You can read more about the variety I have and...
Novel Food #14: funghi, fagioli e castagne Novel Food #14: funghi, fagioli e castagne By briciole 11/07/11 21:28 mushrooms, beans and chestnuts What are you reading now? I am finishing The Dante Club by Matthew Pearl, a very interesting novel. It brought back memories of studying Dante's Divine Comedy in school. I have not read it since, but episodes from it came...
Peperoni al curry Peperoni al curry By briciole 11/04/11 17:49 Curried sweet chili peppers [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] Last Saturday, I brought back from the farmers' market the three beauties you see in the photo. The farmers who grew them specializes in peppers and has a great selection....
Fare la spesa a Venezia Fare la spesa a Venezia By briciole 10/19/11 09:36 Grocery shopping in Venice Venice: the grocery boat I have written two posts on going shopping in Italy (one and two), but neither described this Venetian version of grocery shopping, which I encountered earlier this week for the first time. This is my...
Edizione speciale: Novel Food #14 Edizione speciale: Novel Food #14 By briciole 10/14/11 09:13 Special Edition: Announcing Novel Food #14 What are you reading now? I am finishing The Dante Club by Matthew Pearl, a very interesting novel. It brought back memories of studying Dante's Divine Comedy in school. I have not read it since, but episodes from...
Una fetta di panettone Una fetta di panettone By briciole 10/05/11 08:28 A slice of panettone It is rather early to talk about panettone, but I have had the opportunity to taste one now and so I'll write a short Holiday preview. I have always loved panettone: more than any other food, it means Christmas to me. As I wrote in...

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