I should have written about the recipe of Necci, Chestnut Flour Crepes, some days ago, but this Christmas had been very busy. So, despite the fact today is not Christmas time anymore, I decided to dedicate some time to share one of the recipes of Tuscan Christmas tradition I love the most, for its sweetness and for its ingredients. Read More
The American Donuts, in Tuscany are called Bomboloni. And honestly, I knew them with the Tuscan name until Homer Simpson make donuts so popular in Italy.
When I was a kid, I used to spend the whole summer at the beach of the Versilia and Apuan Coast with my mother and my two sisters. Sometimes, if we were unusually good, or if my mamma just forgot the “merenda“, we could have a “bombolone”, or “frate”, as they are called in other parts of Tuscany. Read More
The Colomba Pasquale recipe is a really precious recipe that will permit you to bring one of the Italian traditions in your house during Easter, to share with your beloved relatives and friends. Read More
The chickpea flatbread is a tasty traditional street food of Tuscany and Liguria. It is a sort of very thin pancake, about 0,5 cm wide, soft inside but with a crunchy crust. We make it with simple ingredients as chickpea flour, water, salt, and extra virgin olive oil.Read More
It was the typical food for popular feast. The Sgabei, for me, still mean have fun with friends during summer nights and family love. Read More