My mother’s memories of a posh grocery and cheesecakes: Leicestershire curd tarts / I ricordi di mia madre, tortine al formaggio e un alimentari molto chic: Leicestershire curd tarts

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This recipe has been “commissioned” to me by my mother so I am leaving the post to the words she e-mailed to me. The recipe she sent me can be found on this page which has some other Leicestershire recipes on it too. The pastry I chose is a quick “rough” one but proved to be very good, flaky and crisp. You can find it on British Larder, at this page. Continue reading / Continua a leggere…

Comfort food: Buckwheat and Hazelnut flour Pie with Broccoli and Walnut filling / Comfort Food: Crostata salata di grano saraceno e nocciole con ripieno di broccoli e salsa di noci

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Last week I started working again, part time, after 10 months unemployment. It feels weird, since the blog was born it became a fulltime job for me and it’s hard to let go, even if a little. Still struggling to make my schedules meet, maybe Panettone weekend wasn’t helpful and scrambled my brain a little, I had the chance to bake some bread only once with a semi-failed experiment that turned out nicely (but in the rush forgot to take notes). This is not good. Continue reading / Continua a leggere…

Breadcrumbs Grissini for World Bread Day / Grissini panati per il World Bread Day

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This recipe has been lying in my “limbo” folder for a long time. The opportunity to publish it came with the invitation from Barbara of Bread and Companatico  to all members of Panissimo group on Facebook to join Zorra’s  bread collection for this year’s bread day. What a pleasure to discover past years bread recipes, how many new blogs to explore. I simply loved it and had to give a little contribution. So here come the grissinis. You may ask: “Do we really need another recipe for grissinis?” Yes you do, and I’ll explain to you why. Continue reading / Continua a leggere…