Risotto allo Zafferano

This is the risotto in the supplí that I posted very recently, so the recipe for it is in that one as well. However, since this is perhaps the easiest risotto to make,… Continue reading

Homemade Fettuccine (al Sugo)

Ever since I was a kid I remember watching in awe as my dad would take a seemingly boring piece of dough and, using an incredible machine, magically transform it into the delicious pasta my… Continue reading

Zucchini Pesto

I was with my family this Christmas and my mother and father and I were making ravioli. My mom was making the filling, my dad was making the pasta and put it all… Continue reading

Supplí allo Zafferano

Although these aren’t the classic supplí, they were, surprisingly, the first ones I ever tried. I’ve wanted to make them for a while, but now that I came back from Egypt with tons… Continue reading

Kalamata and Porcini Risotto

I was in the mood for experimenting the other day, and decided to try a tomato-based risotto, which isn’t exactly a classic in Italy. To take the experiment the extra step, I decided… Continue reading

Breaded Courgette Ciabatta

I realized that I haven’t posted nearly enough recipes of sandwiches, a type of food that I really love. Also, people tend to assume that vegan sandwiches don’t really exist, or that they’re complicated… Continue reading

Creamy Olive Penne

Once again, I’d like to apologize for not posting very often; I promise I’m doing my best to get back on track. But anyway, let’s get to the point: I finally found a… Continue reading

Pistacchio Pesto

I know, I know – it’s been ages since my last post. Basically my one of my house mates moved out and he was the one with the great camera I used to… Continue reading

Polpettone

This is a recipe I pretty much came up with on my own to make a very common main dish in Italy. Of course, the real one is made with very different ingredients… Continue reading

Butternut Squash Risotto

Just another simple risotto, kind of like the pumpkin one but with a very unique tastes. It’s also easier to chop up and is a good way to keep things changing. Like all… Continue reading

Olive Ascolane

To be completely honest, I can’t believe I actually managed to make these. Olive ascolane are a traditional Italian food from le Marche, but which are everywhere in Rome as well. One of… Continue reading

Zucchini Risotto

Alright, once again I have to apologize for not having posted anything for so long. At least this time I wasn’t being lazy – it’s just that my flatmate, whose amazing camera I… Continue reading