Pear and chocolate crumble - A recipe by Federica Barbaranelli
Federica Barbaranelli, Italian hotelier and restaurateur living in Spain, shares the recipe for her favourite dessert: pear and chocolate crumble with lemon curd made with lemons from her garden, perfect to prepare on her SapienStone Bright Onyx kitchen countertop.
Rigatoni all’amatriciana – A recipe by Federica Barbaranelli
A recipe that reminds Spanish blogger Federica of her Roman origins, prepared in the new kitchen of her manor house, recently renovated with a SapienStone Bright Onyx countertop.
Chocolate Salami – A Recipe from “Jul’s Kitchen”
Today, Tuscan blogger Giulia Scarpaleggia invited us to have a snack together.
In her blog Jul’s Kitchen she speaks passionately about her land, Tuscany, which she recounts through simple dishes made with fresh, wholesome ingredients.
TIGER PRAWN SALAD
A fresh, flavourful Italian dish, tiger prawn salad combines summer greens with toasted sesame seeds, seared tiger prawns and croutons. The finishing touch is the dressing: ginger and prawn juice. Here’s how to make it.
Parmesan quiche with apples and speck – recipe from “Fotogrammi di zucchero”
Food blogger Antonella of Fotogrammi di Zucchero made us a very spring-like recipe, perfect for a picnic on the grass.
Version originale: A new address for quality desserts in the Paris area
Last November a new gourmet pastry shop opened not far from the town hall in Issy Les Moulineaux: Version Originale, a new landmark for sweet-toothed Parisians.
A traditional dish from Ibiza, Sofrit Pagès is a peasant stew made from lamb, chicken and pork. Traditionally made on holidays, especially Christmas, it can now be found year-round in restaurants in the interior of the island.
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