Ciao Emanuela even my mum fries the eggplant and I should say that the taste is much better but as you wrote to grill them makes you cooking much easier and it still good. A presto, Antonio.
I have set up a new site.. check it out —> thefoodiegoddess.com
New web site is up! →
Today is a great day because not only is it 25 degrees in Melbourne but my new web site is finally up… I would love your feedback… good and constructive… I hope you love it! AND please leave comments on blog posts you love or have questions about. Go to —> thefoodiegoddess.com THANKS! E x
NEW SITE UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Hi guys… sorry I have been so absent… but all for a good reason. I am building a new site for this blog and its taking me a while to build it and transfer all the recipes and articles from the tumblr blog hence why there has been nothing new from me of late… I have lots of things banked up. Thanks for your patients. Hope you are all cooking and eating well.
Buon Appetito :)
After all this time I have finally worked out how to allow comments to be available for my blog posts. So now you can add comments to the individual posts! Wonderful…!!!!
Ciao Emanuela I like your tumblr and saw that you cooked orechiette con broccoli delicious!!! the orechiette are from my region Puglia and I love pasta (all italian love pasta..) I also love cooking and started a tumblr about homemade food if you want have a look you are the welcome bye bye
Love the blog! Well done :) can you teach me how to make orecchiette? hehe
Scallop, Prawn and Pancetta Spaghetti
As you, know I love to cook but to learn to be a good cook you need to experiment and have a few failures in the process. Last night was one of those times. I cooked what I thought was going to be the yummiest roast chicken. It had a strange yet intriguing combination of ingredients. As I prepared the chicken, I wondered how they could suggest using such a large quantity of salt, but you know chicken is pretty bland so I thought… don’t question it, it’s not your recipe, there might be a reason. So I soldiered on. It smelt amazing in the oven… 55 mins later with anticipation I checked it was cooked and let it rest while I set the table. Mouth watering I sat down to this beautiful chicken and as I tasted my first bite… OMG… it was sooo salty :(
Don’t you just love Koko Black? If you have never been there do yourself a favour and go. If you like beautiful chocolate you’ll want to try this unique chocolate experience.
As I do most weeks, I head to Koko black to have a lovely coffee with my mum and daughter (although she is too young to have a coffee she enjoys pretending with her little baby-chino). Today was one of those days and I found out some great news. The choclatier team at Koko black has teamed up with one of my favorite Melbourne based Italian chefs, Guy Grossi to create a range of Italian inspired handmade chocolates.