Recipes for my veggies
Stefania Pigoni17/06/2013Posted on: Recipes
A cool, sweet and quick recipe, for a dessert to serve in individual portions at the end of a meal or for a sweet break during the day. Just a few ingredients but plenty of flavour: refreshing melon for an aroma of summer.
Franco Lodini12/06/2013Posted on: The Pantry
Mixed wild salad always varies throughout the year, that’s the beauty of it, as Graziella says! The mixture of wild herbs and flowers that you can put in your salad depends greatly on the season and also on the weather: to make it even more varied and replace the herbs (for example sow thistle and perennial hyoseris, which I talked about in the other articles, have now grown and tillered out) and the flowers that you can no longer find, following the changing seasons, this time I suggest that you add two that thrive at this time of year and can easily be recognised amongst the other plants.
11/06/2013Posted on: The Pantry
The chili pepper is another solanaceous plant, like the tomato and the potato, which spread worldwide thanks to Christopher Columbus, who carried it with him when he returned from his second journey to discover the New World. It can be grown both in the open ground and in pots and doesn’t require any particular attention, as long as you always guarantee a certain amount of heat for the plants.
Stefania Pigoni10/06/2013Posted on: Recipes
Eating your vegetables… in a cake? Sure, you can, and the result is mouth-watering too. Try this carrot cake made with yogurt and hazelnuts, for a healthy breakfast, a tasty tea-time or a sweet after-dinner treat...This recipe is made with:
05/06/2013Posted on: The Pantry
Is there still anyone that simply orders “a glass of beer”? It’s unlikely, because beer has happily invaded tables throughout the world with its many varieties. There’s a beer for every occasion, menu and season, and above all for everyone’s taste. The ingredients a few and simple, but the ways of combining and enhancing them are endless: the list of the most popular beers takes us on a journey through centuries and countries.