When it comes to stuffed veggie options are endless, the more so in the springtime. Just being at the grocery store, surrounded by fresh produce, you can come up with lots of different seasonal combinations.
Zero-waste attitude is the luxury translation of “non si butta via niente”. Besides being an extremely creative process, zero-waste attitude is economically rewarding and politically correct, provided that the cook is in the right mood. Appetibilis team is always in the right cooking mood, no matter what the fridge contains. Our leftover quiche is made with “schizophrenic” ingredients: rice milk cream, gluten-free puff pastry, peas, for the healthy side; eggs, smoked bacon for the glutton part of our tastebuds. The outcome has been surprisingly good, despite of the heterogeneity of the raw materials. Yours, Lorenza … Zero Waste Recipe: The “Leftovers Quiche”
#GF Travel Tips – Whether you’re living with celiac disease or simply avoiding gluten for one reason or another, here are few tips for booking your travel… Traveling Gluten-Free in Italy… with a Basic Vocabulary
They say “you are what you eat” hence we thought that recipe testing could be a tasty way to freshen up. … Recipe: Dreamin’ of #JamieOliver’s Sweet Potato Muffins
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”.