Finnish buns

This buns are just perfect! There is nothing more to say about this velvety dough and sensational French brioche texture! The original recipe is from Falling Cloudberries: A World of Family Recipes, by Tessa Kiros: I recommend this book to anyone interested in real, down to hearth, simple and satisfying recipes! I’ve tried many and

Cooking like an Italian: Bucatini all’Amatriciana

Bucatini all’amatriciana: oh my, how many difficult words are in this simple dish? Bucatini: it’s a thick spaghetto with a hole (buco) in the middle Amatriciana: it’s a kind of pasta sauce, originating from Amatrice, a village north of Rome. It is a basic Italian dish, but as all basic Italian dishes, every family has

10 steps to (better) cooking: Gear up!

If you want to drive a car you need an engine. If you want to hike a mountain, you need the right shoes and equipment. If you want to bike, you need a working bicycle. But if you want to to cook most people is convinced you don’t need anything if not a few pan.

How to cook pasta

You may think that cooking pasta is something fairly simple. May be. But are you cooking it in the way you should? Are you really sure that it’s only a matter of boiling water? Water You need at least 1 litre of water for each 100g of pasta. At least means that you shouldn’t, under

Special Edition: World Nutella Day – Nutella Crêpes

Last 2nd February in France was Chandeleur, a holiday once religious, known now days as the Crêpes Day! It’s basically a day dedicated to crêpes, during which all French eat crêpes. As it was in the middle of the week, and despite the fact that making a single crêpe is fairly quick, but making them