Rianata Trapanese

Here it is another type of focaccia/pizza that is possible to find travelling through Italy 🙂 This is a recipe typical of the city of Trapani, in western Sicily, and its name derives from an ingredients which is used in high amount, the oregano (which in local dialect is called “riano”). And all the other…

Focaccia Barese

New blog post about another of the countless traditional focaccia made in Italy 🙂 This time we are in Puglia, a beautiful southern Italian region. And focaccia barese it’s so good that it’s famous almost through the whole country. As the name say, it is typical of Bari, which is the capital city of the…

Piscialandrea – Traditional Ligurian Focaccia

Here it is a new post with a recipe from the endless world of the Italian focaccia/pizza 🙂 This time we are in Liguria region, more precisely in the western part bordering with France. The Piscialandrea it’s just one of the many names that this recipe has between the villages and towns of that area,…

Sfincione Palermitano

This is one the most famous street foods of the city of Palermo, Sicily. At a first sight it might look like a pizza, but it’s more like a focaccia. It has a very soft dough, thanks also to the little fat used, it’s spongy, it’s usually thick, and it’s topping it’s very tasty 🙂…

Pissaladière

Today I’m going to write about a very good “kind of” French pizza, the Pissaladière 🙂 if you say pizza you usually don’t think to France, but they have this traditional recipe which is very interesting. More precisely is a traditional recipe of Nice area (so Southern France, bordering Italy), which indeed in the past…

Pasta alla Pizzaiola al Forno – Baked Pasta Pizza-Style

This is a recipe that I didn’t prepare since a while, don’t ask me why because I used to love it 🙂 It’s a simple recipe, with ingredients which are very common in Italian recipes, and they are the ingredients used to top a good pizza, that’s why it has this name. What makes it…

Pasta e Ceci – Pasta and Chickpeas, Neapolitan Style

This recipe it’s very similar to the recipe I showed in the post “Pasta e Fasule“, just this time we use chickpeas and not beans 🙂 Like that recipe, also this one is traditional of Naples area. It’s a creamy pasta, quite thick, but of course everyone can choose to have it more or less…