The Abruzzo snow keeps us housebound; the perfect opportunity to read a book while the snow settles outside… Here are some suggestions
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Ciao for now, Fabrizio.
Bruschetta is a fresh, simple and delicious Italian appetizer that can be prepared in few minutes and enjoyed any time of the
https://youtu.be/OerIu5bQAMU Ingredients: Garnish: slices of unsalted bread, like Tuscan bread. Cooking time: about 30 minutes (Takes a little time but it’s healthy!)
Without any doubt the Extra Virgin Olive Oil is one of the bedrocks of Italian cuisine. It lends taste and flavor to
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKxYlC1Aexg Ingredients: Extra Virgin Olive Oil Garlic Chickpeas Homemade tomato sauce Sagnette (little pasta sheets) or other similar short pasta To add more
Today is St. Sebastian’s day and in Ortona this is a particularly special date. Here, St. Sebastian is celebrated zealously with a
Tomorrow is Saint Anthony Abbot’s day and in many parts of Italy we celebrate it with bonfires – in Italian “falò“. The
https://youtu.be/gOnp3DZxeKU Ingredients: Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1 Onion Asparagus Homemade Passata Tagliatelle pasta Cooking time: about 15 minutes. (Wow! Quick & easy)