After all those sweet recipes that I have shared with all of you; I wanted to share one of my favorite places to burn all those calories off.. and that is in Susegana, a small picturesque city in the province of Treviso.
I wasn’t really the girl who liked to bake or cook. It was always so much easier to just buy muffins at the supermercato but then after living in Italy for going on five years now, something changed my mind. Continue reading
While visiting with my family and friends in California, I decided to bring Italy to them.. So… Continue reading
It isn’t everyday you see three of a kind..
Cookies with cream or Biscotti all panna is a great cookie to have as a breakfast or for an afternoon snack and preferably not when you are on a diet.. ahaha.. They go well with coffee, milk or tea.
So, I was in on a major musical project and I co wrote a song called ”Waiting for Miracles” and a couple of the other songs on the album were written while visiting Venice.
I wanted to share with you all a traditional Italian cake recipe. No measuring cups or teaspoons are required and it is quite normal that the Italians don’t use an electrical mixer and everything is ”un po” and ”quanto basta”
What is there to do with a two and a half year old in the center of Treviso when it’s pouring down rain outside?
Now, that the Carnevale has officially started in Venice today, I decided to share with you all a recipe for Castagnole al Ciccolato.
La Befana has been an Italian tradition since before the 13th Century and is derived from a religious background rather than a modern and popular culture such as Babbo Natale ‘Santa Claus’