This Spaghetti with Tuna in Olive Oil and Fresh Tomato is perfect for the hotter season, as we are already seeing days hitting the high 20’s - low 30’s. This pasta, though served hot, is topped with fresh sweet cherry tomatoes and purple mizuna (a peppery Japanese vegetable), and a drizzle of my homemade “Rosso” … Continue reading My New Favorite Sparkling Drink to Beat the Summer Heat!
These fluffy-in-the-middle scones turn out beautifully when using natural sparkling water. Normally milk or cream is used , but the San Pellegrino not only supports an even rise and airy texture, it also produces a natural and subtle savory flavor. Accompany these delicious scones with sweetened whipped cream and homemade Japanese pear compote, as it … Continue reading San Pellegrino Scones
Eggs Benedict is one of the most popular brunch choices found on many menus across the world. However, making it at home can always seem a daunting task, as many worry about the complexity of making poached eggs. The preparation in the microwave not only speeds up the process, it also ensures a uniform egg, cooked to perfection.
Making a cheese fondue with truffle at home!
Hokkaido Oysters with San Pellegrino & green sauce
Ingredients: For the dough:1KG. flour (Caputo Sacco Rosso)580ml..Water 150gr. Lard3gr. fresh yeast20gr.Salt and pepper80g grated parmesan cheese (optional) For the filling:250gr.Salame Cacciatore DOP (Cube Cut) 250gr.Prosciutto Parma (Cube Cut) 200gr.Pork ham (can be Porchetta,Ciccioli etc.) 200gr. mix Provolone & Parmiggiano (Cube) 4 Boiled Egg (minced Cut) For the topping:6 whole eggs (In shell) Preparation: In … Continue reading Casatiello Napoletano Recipe
When people think of Pasta Genovese, they immediately imagine a pesto-based pasta sauce, coming from the city of Genova. However, few are familiar with the Pasta Genovese we prepare in Naples. This is a completely different type of sauce that involves cooking beef with onions for an extended period of time, that not only draws out … Continue reading Video Recipe: Salame Cacciatore Genovese with Rigatoni
Buon Giorgno! Today, I was in need of some freshly baked comfort food for breakfast, but instead of the regular sweet breakfast, I was craving something savory and with a bit more of a kick to it. My wife normally bakes plain or chocolate chip scones for the family, that are then slathered with butter/clotted cream … Continue reading Breakfast Scones with Mortadella Bologna IGP and Grana Padano Cheese