In the bloggers world, while approaching to food, food photography or plating – even if in a non-professional way – you definitely can’t miss one the most popular social media channels: Instagram. Continue reading “Food, Instagram and the Instagrammers World”
Among homemade Italian pasta types, ravioli (dumplings) are the most intriguing ones as the variety of fillings to use with the same dough is really wide (see the dough recepy here). If you are vegetarian, one option provided by regional Italian cuisine is ravioli filled with ricotta cheese and nettle. Obviously they are not stinging as nettle is first boiled and then mixed with ricotta cheese, parmesan and eggs. Continue reading “Ravioli alle ortiche “
Traveling to South America doesn’t necessarily mean that all you can eat is just: meat. In fact, you can easily find modern vegetarian dishes based on very simple local ingredients matched together in a fusion way. One is a la plancha pumpkin, that is, grilled pumpkin served with blue cheese, pistachio crumb and beetroot sauce I enjoyed in my day trip in Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay.