In Vino… Venea it’s a 25-acre winery on the hilly backcountry around Fossacesia (Chieti). The name recalls a former Roman temple dedicated to Venus Conciliatrix (“the peace maker”), on whose ruins the Abbey of San Giovanni in Venere was built in the IX century A.D.… Italian Flavors :: In Vino… Venea
To put it bluntly, I don’t like cakes, sweets, pastries and so forth. If I needed a treat, I’d rather go for a slice of pizza, some “pane bruschettato” or some focaccia. But. (There’s always a “but” in a categorical statement as the one above). I didn’t like sweets much until someone (may he be blessed a thousand times) introduced me to a pastry tart called bocconotto.… #PastryNotes :: “Bocconotti di Castelfrentano” A bit of Heaven
I love testing recipes, especially the ones that require slow cooking… Here’s some Rabbit Leftovers Polpette, a zero waste sort of recipe.
Once upon a time, when the zero-waste attitude was an integral part of our living, there was “la frittata di maccheroni”.