Hello! Sometimes, when I’m in Stockholm I enjoy to visit the Saluhall in Östermalm, the ancient food market built in 1888. There is a nice cosy atmosphere and people may sit and have a meal or look for special food and delicacies. Since … Continue reading Beetroot cream: a simple recipe for inviting appetizers. Have a try!
Hello! Soon a new weekend is going to start, so let’s welcome it with the spicy fragrances and healthy lightness of a warm soup made with chickpeas and zucchini. The spices in the soup remind of the inviting fragrances of the Mediterranean … Continue reading A spiced chickpeas soup with coriander, turmeric and cumin to welcome this new September weekend
It is already September and, even though Autumn season is at the door, we still keep the fragrances of Summer season. At this proper, I would like to introduce a recipe made with plums (it should be Santa Rosa … Continue reading Genuine Fruit Taste in the Dish: Pork Tenderloin and Plum Velouté
In Stockholm, from Spring to Autumn season, at the weekend, from 10.00 am to 3.00 pm, it is nice to have a walk for visiting the local farmers market in Katarina Bangata, in the nearby of Götgatan. Small, sometimes improvised … Continue reading Mandel potatoes and kantarellen for a warm fluffy sformato: genuine ingredients in a pot!
The beginning of Summer is officially round the corner and the weather is a bit bizarre sometimes, any way everything looks more limpid in front of our eyes and we inhale fresh air for reinvigorating in body and soul. The … Continue reading Sunday Recipe: Spaghettoni and Cauliflower Cream, the Light Taste of Summer in the Dish
Hey, we are in Stockholm in these days and right now, while we are in the kitchen, serving a delicious lasagna stuffed with Summer vegetables, we are enjoying the beautiful bright light of the evening. Some little birds are cheerfully playing … Continue reading A Light Lasagna Stuffed With Summer Vegetables
Off the busy activities of the week, here we are to relax and enjoy one of those little things that we love to do at the … Continue reading Weekend Recipe: Snails from the garden and drops of homemade garlic sauce
Last Sunday morning, in front of my eyes and of those, both adults and children, who joined in the trekking excursion, organized and magistrally guided by ‘Avanguardie’, there was the blessed scenery of a blue clear sky kissing the calm, still warm, limpid waters of the Ionian sea, the soft waves of multi-shaded swishing green and the smooth shining rocks in the October indulgent sun. Through the wilderness of the pine forest and ancient paths (these latter most likely belonging to the Roman era) our careful climbing took … Continue reading Sunday trekking in Apulia, Southern Italy: from Torre delle 4 Colonne to St. Mauro
Good morning, Cappuccino or café au lait? Cocoa, cinnamon or cardamom? Continue reading Cappuccino or café au lait?