Lasagne alla Bolognese

Wonderful, juicy, perfumed, fulfilling, eye-catching, opulent…there are so many adjectives to describe this worldwide famous recipe 🙂 For me it’s simply a masterpiece of the Italian tradition, definitely one of its milestones, and if we consider that at its base there is the likewise great Ragù alla Bolognese, then it couldn’t be otherwise 🙂 Already…

Quiche Lorraine

Today I’m writing a post about a famous recipe of the French cuisine, which I also really like 🙂 The Quiche Lorraine is probably the most famous of this kind of French salty cakes/tarts, or at least one of the most famous. I had the chance to eat it in France and also here in…

Breaded Pike Fillet on Spring Onion Cream

This is an easy and simple recipe I thought at the moment to prepare something different with some northern pike fillets I still had in my freezer 🙂 I really like pike, but my favorite recipes with it are usually made by boiling it. This time I tried to coat it in breadcrumbs and to…

Casoncelli Bresciani (Very Good Italian Filled Pasta)

As you know, in Italy we have countless types of filled pasta, each of them with different names, and often the same type can have different names from province to province or even from village to village sometimes 🙂 Casoncelli are one of those, they are the ones typical of my area of origin 🙂…

Cappellacci Ferraresi with Duck Ragù

There are still many pumpkins in the markets, so since I like them I’ll keep cooking them 🙂 I wanted to do something different than the usual cream soups or gnocchi, and a good idea is to make some filled pasta, of course 🙂 In Italy the most famous pasta filled with pumpkin are probably…

Zuppa Valdostana (Mountain Soup)

Is it cold enough out there? Then it’s the perfect weather to prepare this super tasty soup! 🙂 The “Zuppa Valdostana” (whose name in the local dialect is “Seupa à la Vapelenentse”) is one of the most typical and famous recipes of Valle D’Aosta region, that small Italian region in the Alps next to France and…

Candele spezzate alla Genovese (or simply “La Genovesa”)

This is one of those recipes that makes your Sunday special 🙂 It’s probably the most typical pasta sauce of Naples area (and incredibly quite unknown in the rest of Italy), we can say it’s a recipe that has a “ritual” in it, and traditionally it’s a recipe that gathers the whole family (several people…