• Timballo di Maccheroni

    It’s been a month full of “distractions” and events that made me happy but also preoccupied, in some occasions. I neglected my blog and spent less time in the kitchen. Napoli is a city that…

  • Sanguinaccio aka Neapolitan Chocolate Sauce (Ready in 10 minutes)

    Sanguinaccio is a typical Neapolitan black pudding originally prepared with pig’s blood during the Carnival holidays. Now don’t tell me you expected something pink, heart shaped and cute for Valentine’s Day. I wouldn’t like to disappoint you but… Things…

  • How To Get Your Food Photos Accepted By Foodgawker

    Note: I’m neither a professional food photographer nor a particularly good amateurish photographer but I’ve learnt something along my journey to get my photos accepted by Foodgawker and I believe that sharing a few tips would…

  • Pasta with Lentils and Sausage Ragu (Vegetarian)

    When my mum prepares “Pasta e lenticchie”, it is all about broken spaghetti (or pasta mista) and black lentils. As usual I broke the rules combining two popular dishes, ragu and pasta e lenticchie, in one scrumptious main.…

  • My Dream Kitchen

    I have never talked about the place where I spend most of the time (bedroom excluded), the place where all the posts of this blog are born and take shape. I’m talking about the kitchen. The reason…

  • Soba and Yellow Split Peas Salad

    I lived without Soba noodles for decades. Until one day I decided to move to London. Now the famous japanese buckwheat noodles are in my life and the universe of ingredients and flavours I have…

  • Mascarpone Cheesecake with Strawberry Glaze

    I pay a visit to my blog and I found myself staring flatly at my pictures. It is happening more and more often these days. It is not the quality of my photography that makes…

  • Thai Cooking Class in Chiang Mai

    I feel truly blessed to be here in Malacca city, 148 kilometres south east of Malaysia’s capital city Kuala Lumpur. This is one of the cutest cities I have visited during my Asian trip, definitely a more…