If you happened to stumble in a traditional restaurant in Turin or the surrounding region of Piedmont, you might already tried these strange looking Ravioli, or Agnolotti del Plin as the locals named them 2 centuries ago. The word “Plin” in the local Piemonteis dialect simply means pinch, which implies that their unique shape is…
Hanukkah, the Jewish holiday of lights is also about eating fried food. One of the main dishes in this 8 days holiday are the Levivot (Latkes in Yiddish, the east-European Jewish dialect) – Rösti style patties made from grated potatoes, that are of course fried. We decided to make our own modern version of Levivot…
This pasta dish is all about celebrating seasonal cooking. The stars of the dish are cauliflower, pumpkin and hazelnuts, three ingredients that symbolize Autumn and winter in Europe. This sauce is not only seasonal but also easy to make, creamy and delicious. It is the ultimate comfort food for those longing for summer and sun.
The idea for this salad came up as we missed the warm vibrant flavors of Thailand in the middle of a cold north Italian winter. The recipe here is based mainly on colorful cauliflowers that you can easily find in the farmer markets here. However, using only one type of cauliflower or even switching it…
This is a very simple recipe for a gluten free, tasty and fluffy buckwheat bread. So simple yet surprisingly good, even tastier than most wheat breads.
Serving amount: 12 portions Preparation time: 1-2 h Baking time: 20-30 min
Serving amount: 8 portions Preparation time: 20 min Cooking time: 30-45 min
Serving amount: 8 portions Preparation time: 40 min Cooking time: 30-45 min
Preparation time: 15-20 min