1 year ago

Apple Banana Baby Muffins

Now that Baby T has 6 teeth it’s been fun introducing him to new foods that are different than his usual purees and baby food. The other day, around snack time, I decided that I’d Keep Reading

1 year ago

Tiramisu in a Jar

Tiramisu Tira       mi        su  “Lift me up” “Pick me up” The perfect name for a delicious coffee-soaked chocolately dessert!  This is a classic Italian dessert from Northern Italy. If Keep Reading

3 years ago

Italian Autumn

The seasons are passing quickly and with Christmas around the corner autumn as already flown by and it’s now already late to be posting about our fall adventures. However because I’ve been so incredibly busy Keep Reading

3 years ago

Bread Project #5

Ravazzata “‘A loaf of bread,’ the Walrus said, ‘is what we chiefly need: Pepper and vinegar besides are very good indeed.’” —Lewis Carroll While we were in Sicily we made sure to enjoy the typical Keep Reading

3 years ago

The Bread Project #2

Ciabatta Bread  For my second bread attempt, I went with the Italian classic Ciabatta. “Ciabatta” in Italian means slipper , and I suppose this bread kind of looks like a big comfy winter slipper. According Keep Reading

3 years ago

The Bread Project

Since it’s summer and school is out I’ve got a lot of free time on my hands. I’ve decided to try making different bread recipes throughout the summer and hopefully even longer! Why buy bread Keep Reading

5 years ago

Culinary Alterations

Cooking in Italy isn’t always as easy as you think  it would be. You can’t easily find things like vanilla, brown sugar, measuring cups, tablespoons/teaspoons, and many ingredients come packaged very differently making it difficult Keep Reading