Daring Bakers: Real Honest Jewish Purist’s Bagels

Wow! Always challenging our daring bakers contests!!! I made bagels just once in my life, few month ago, and I was ready to try a new recipe and give it another chance to improve!And this recipe, even if in mammoth proportions, is wonderful! Luckily I made them for friends coming over, so they were just

A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away…

It wasn’t a period of civil war, but a period of great heat, and the less I’m near the oven/fires, the better I feel!And this quiche is cooked in the oven for 25 minutes without looking after it, prepared in 5 minutes top and could be eat either cold or warm… 2 courgettes200 g of

EBBP#7: Childhood sweets

As a little girl I wasn’t very keen on sweets: never ate many caramelle (sugar sweets), but I ate loads of chocolate!When I saw two months ago the theme for this year Euro Blogging By Post I though that maybe I wasn’t really fitting in, but then I found some stuff to send!When Saturday morning


For my work with San Lorenzo I have, among other stuff, to organize events, both in Italy and England. Should I express the happiness that surround me since I have to do this kind of job, or is a given??? πŸ˜€For the next week-end, the last of June, we are launching a new monthly event:

Salted twists

Lately I’m more on simple, quick and not so complicated stuff then anything else… It’s hot here in Italy, and the hotter it is, the sleepier I am…So, simple, quick, even for friends coming over to dinner!This twists are wonderful with a sparkle of fleur de sel or some parmigiano or other grated cheese or

The best scone I’ve ever baked

Seriously!Those are the simplest, tastier and better looking scones I’ve ever baked, and you all know my addiction to this wonderful English treats!Sunday morning I woke up early and already annoyed and so what could I do better if not baking? And baking scones, what there is better in life then that??? Apart the obvious,

It’s London baby!!!

Well, I’m in London, again! Sorry if I haven’t said anything, but it’s just a very quick visit…It was a sunny and hot day and I had the wonderful opportunity (and for this I will never stop to thank Walid from TrustedPlaces!!!) to meet some gorgeous people and have a good look around London Borough

Do you think food bloggers use Internet at its highest potentials?

Lately I’m hanging out with a lot of “internet people” (aka people working in Internet companies, involved both in contents and logistics, software, hardware, stuff like that), and I’ve realized something…They all have a blog, since ages, a flickr account, a tumblr blog, they use twitter, they know all about the latest google innovations and