The only problem with these sundried tomatoes is that apparently you can't MARRY them. An absolute taste explosion that has ruined me on the supermarket sundried tomatoes, which are now so obviously sour and chewy. My husband and I are loving these pomodori ciliegini on crusty bread with cream cheese and hot schnitzel. Trust me.
Afternoon or aperitivo hour, the Aperol spritz is always right. Spritz Aperol is a light aperitif made from bitter liqueur, sparkling wine and soda water, by it's simplicity became very soon the symbol of the italian lifestyle. Recipe Ingredients: 3 parts of Prosecco D.O.C. 2 parts of Aperol 1 splash of Soda 1 orange Start putting some ice blocks into a large glass then add a slice of orange, now you can add the Prosecco D.O.C. first then the Aperol and at the end add a splash of Soda. Super easy, super tasting ;-) Enjoy!
Dear IF-riends, even if we are proud sponsor of the Italian cooking, we are also curious about different tradition. A long history of trade, conquers and encounter with other population teach us that you can always learn something from the culture you had been in touch. Especially if we are speaking about food! That’s why today here we are with a classic Anglo-Saxon recipe, a triple deck sandwich a.k.a. “Club Sandwich”. We love each ingredients of this evergreen dish: the eggs, the tomatoes, the chicken breast gives a different feedback to our palate at any bite. So we decide to...
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Dear IF-riends, a new weekly recipe is finally out, for the joy of your palate and heart! Today we present you the Italian cousin of a cheesecake, the “ricotta e cioccolato” cake, a typical dessert born in the South of Italy but quickly adopted by all regions! This ricotta cheese cake is a simple and yummy dessert traditionally made in Christmas or Easter period. Is it composed by a shell of short crust pastry and filled with a cream of ricotta cheese mixed with lightly grounded pieces of dark chocolate. In the past, ricotta cheese was a common product among...
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Dear IF-riends, here we are with a new “sweet” Italian recipe. Today we are glad to introduce the “Tenerina” cake, a fluffy, lustful, chocolate and walnuts cake, typical of the Emilia Romagna region. Quite similar to a brownie, the difference is all in the softness of the cake and, of course, in the quality of the chocolate you use. As you know, we select for our recipes just top-quality ingredients, following the Italian tradition and respecting the huge artisanal capacity that distinguishes our food and products. That’s why Modica’s chocolate is our first choice when we speak about chocolate cake!...
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