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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...
Cucinare in trasferta: fagioli pinto freschi al pomodoro Cucinare in trasferta: fagioli pinto freschi al pomodoro By briciole 09/27/11 16:35 Cooking while away from my kitchen: fresh pinto beans in tomato sauce [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] In my previous post, I talked about our trip to Milwaukee and visit to the Milwaukee Art Museum and Fondy Farmer's Market. At the...
Frittata con pesche arrosto e caciotta fatta in casa Frittata con pesche arrosto e caciotta fatta in casa By briciole 09/18/11 14:48 Frittata with roasted peaches and homemade caciotta [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] After the success of my gelato with roasted peaches, it was natural to try to use the same fruitful concept in a frittata, like I had done with strawberries...
Crema di mais e peperoni Ancho arrosto Crema di mais e peperoni Ancho arrosto By briciole 09/04/11 18:20 Corn soup with roasted Ancho Magnifico peppers [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] Two years ago, I wrote three posts on a corn soup. The reason for the multiple entries was the search for a specific texture in the tofu that went with...
Pane di mais fatto in casa in lievitazione Pane di mais fatto in casa in lievitazione By briciole 08/31/11 15:51 Homemade maize bread leavening The magic of bread One of my favorite bread-making books is Dan Lepard's The Handmade Loaf. If you open my well-used copy, you'll probably be hit by a small cloud of flour coming out of the pages. It's a beautiful book, full...
Una pasta veloce per cena numero 226: il riepilogo Una pasta veloce per cena numero 226: il riepilogo By briciole 08/12/11 18:14 Presto Pasta Nights #226: the roundup It's Friday and therefore it's time to share the pasta dishes that I have received in my inbox throughout the week — links and photos, of course, though I certainly wish someone could figure out a way to receive actual...
Farfalle rosa al burro e parmigiano Farfalle rosa al burro e parmigiano By briciole 08/11/11 17:27 pink bow-tie pasta with butter and parmigiano I recently received a gift of three Italian cookbooks, one of which is Pasta fatta in casa (homemade pasta) by Paola Loaldi. The moment I opened this book, I knew I'd have fun with it, as it is full of nice...
Lenticchie Lenticchie By briciole 07/22/11 22:25 Black lentils from Enna with tombo The beautiful black lentils on the right are lenticchie nere delle colline ennesi, black lentils from Enna hills (Enna is a city in the heart of Sicily), an old cultivar that came close to extinction under the pressure...
Novel Food #13: the finale Novel Food #13: the finale By briciole 07/12/11 19:22 First came the announcement, then the various contributions arrived in the mailbox, and finally, today it is time for the roundup of the 13th edition of Novel Food, the literary/culinary event that Lisa of Champaign Taste and I created in 2007. Novel Food...
Insalata di broccoli Insalata di broccoli By briciole 07/05/11 09:07 Broccoli salad [cliccare il link per andare alla versione in italiano] Three weeks ago, on the table of Green Fire Farm at the Arcata farmers' market, there was a small basket with three broccoli heads labeled "first of the season." I put them all in my...
Cibi salutari: cereali integrali e farine integrali Cibi salutari: cereali integrali e farine integrali By briciole 07/05/11 09:06 Healing Foods: whole grains and whole-grain flours This month, I have the pleasure of hosting Healing Foods, a monthly event started in January 2010 by Siri of Cooking with Siri. Each month has a theme, which is chosen by the host. The theme I chose is...

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