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The Roman Feast at Home Feat. Bucatini All’Amatriciana

The Roman Feast at Home Feat. Bucatini All’Amatriciana

Back in September, while traveling in Italy, I wrote up an ambitious Roman Party menu as part of one of the Project Food Blog challenges. While I conducted extensive research to come up with this menu, I unfortunately didn’t have the chance to cook it in Rome, being too limited in both space and toolsContinue Reading

The Recipes to Make Pizza for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Dessert

I’ve had great comments on my Pizza Day post and I figured I would share the recipes I used to make my delicious pizzas. The crusts were especially great and the Mornay Sauce and Tandoori Chicken recipes are two great basics. I hope this encourages you to get creative with your pizzas! All my crustContinue Reading

Pizza for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Dessert

Pizza for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Dessert

About a month ago, I wrote this on my Project Food Blog Profile: “My favorite dish to make is: Pizza. I like it topped with any and every ingredient, from mozzarella di bufala and cured meats to seafood and Asian condiments, crust plump and soft or thin and cracking, made in a traditional way orContinue Reading

How to Make Gnocchi: An Illustrated, Step-by-Step Recipe

How to Make Gnocchi: An Illustrated, Step-by-Step Recipe

Having been in Italy for two weeks, it has been a bit difficult to keep up with the competition in Project Food Blog, away from home and without access to a kitchen for half of my trip. In case I would participate in the 4th challenge, I paid attention to the food around me in Rome,Continue Reading

Five Tips for a Successful Dinner Party and How to Eat Like a Roman

I’m a good planner. I like to set myself a goal and write up a plan for reaching it. I’m also a bit of a perfectionist, which made the first dinner parties I organized a bit fussy and very stressful for me. Experience has helped me sort out which tasks are key to a successfulContinue Reading