Ep. 87 – quince stew

I wanted to brag with the food that I made with these two little hands…. only that my father was not impressed at all and he is the only one who appreciates the classic quince food in our family. ? So today we have a classic recipe, in a slightly disastrous version. ? The recipe

Ep. 86 – bean salad

The only disaster that can happen is not to find canned beans on the shelf :)) Well, a can of red beans mix with tomatoes, red onion and green parsley, finely chopped, plus some oil and lemon or lime juice. It is eaten with tortillas (because that’s all there is in the house :))). —

Ep. 85 – chicken cannelloni

Because in each of us lies an undiscovered nona Traiana, today we have cannelloni. ? Cannelloni, the pasta, not cannoli, the dessert. :))) It’s the kind of food you’d better eat in the city than at home. At the restaurant, at friends, at your lover. Of course, if you are different (beautiful, but misunderstood as

Ep. 84 – super fast veggie borscht

Well, you definitely missed a 15 minute recipe. ? And an improvisation “disaster in the kitchen”. :)))) Look in the fridge and find about two slightly dehydrated carrots and an onion. Clean, wash, cut them into pieces with the fixed idea of making a soup-something. ? Throw the vegetables in a pot with some water

Cookingbookclub 6

The latest book this year to read & cook is Jamie Oliver’s Christmas Cookbook. Jamie wrote the perfect book, with seasonal recipes for all categories – carnivores, vegetarians, vegans, gluten-free, etc. All you have to do is go through it, choose your recipes for the seasonal menu, buy the ingredients and get to work. ?

Ep. 83 – walnuts and zucchini muffins

How disastrous I am, I never thought it would come out right away! And more than that, that they will be fluffy like that good childhood cake and that they will melt in the mouth, being so tasty…. Super ultra mega yummy! ❤ ❤ Recipe: 1 cup flour, 1/2 sachet baking powder, a pinch of