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Latest recipes from the Blog

Carbonara

Carbonara

This dish needs no introduction but two simple rules: do not add any fat when cooking bacon and do not, under any circumstances, add cream! Just follow these easy steps and you will never ever change recipe, I promise. 200g spaghetti2 large yolks120g guanciale (cured...

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Brussels sprouts pasta bake

Brussels sprouts pasta bake

This Brussels sprouts and prosciutto cotto (cooked ham) pasta bake is creamy and delicious. I just love its colours and the delicate flavour. It is definitely a must-try!300g Brussels sprouts 400g farfalle (or favourite pasta) 150g cooked ham 2 garlic clovesParmesan...

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Supplì al telefono

Supplì al telefono

We call them al telefono because the melted mozzarella looks like a phone cord as you open a hot supplì. I just love them, that's all I have to say. Supplì are a typical street food in Italy, especially in Central Italy. You can find them almost in every rosticceria...

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Latest recipes from the Blog

Carbonara

Carbonara

This dish needs no introduction but two simple rules: do not add any fat when cooking bacon and do not, under any circumstances, add cream! Just follow these easy steps and you will never ever change recipe, I promise. 200g spaghetti2 large yolks120g guanciale (cured...

read more
Brussels sprouts pasta bake

Brussels sprouts pasta bake

This Brussels sprouts and prosciutto cotto (cooked ham) pasta bake is creamy and delicious. I just love its colours and the delicate flavour. It is definitely a must-try!300g Brussels sprouts 400g farfalle (or favourite pasta) 150g cooked ham 2 garlic clovesParmesan...

read more
Supplì al telefono

Supplì al telefono

We call them al telefono because the melted mozzarella looks like a phone cord as you open a hot supplì. I just love them, that's all I have to say. Supplì are a typical street food in Italy, especially in Central Italy. You can find them almost in every rosticceria...

read more