Whoa. A year has already passed. Time really flies. I must confess that I had meant to write a very special post for the Culinary Taste’s first blogoversary (which, incidentally, is also my 4th wedding anniversary), but here I am, with a lot to say and very little time to do it. So I’ll try to be short. Read More
Do you remember the bunch of rhubarb from my garden? The one mentioned here. Well, it has finally been turned into something. Something really tasty, refreshing and very, very summery: stewed rhubarb. That, incidentally, has been turned into an article on Honest Cooking as well (bear with me: I’ll talk about HC now and then in this blog).
I know I’m a bit late with this recipe: the cherry season is almost gone by now. All the same, I had bought a lot of cherries to make the Red Fruit Crumble and I couldn’t help making some jam. I’m a fanatic of jams and preserves, as some of you know (have a look here, here, and here for a quick look…), and of course, cherry jam is no exception.
After a long-coveted vacation full of bathing and sun-bathing, we are ready to start again with a post I already published on Honest Cooking: a red fruit crumble. For those who know me this is no big surprise: I adore crumbles (both sweet and savory, as you can see here, here, here and here) and to me they are the perfect way to eat fruit pies.
June has brought a wave of fresh news to me and to the blog. I, Rita, have become an official contributor to Honest Cooking online magazine. This is a great adventure for me because Honest Cooking shares the best of worldwide recipes and food-related articles written by well-established bloggers and food writers. So, don’t worry if it takes me a while to update the blog or if I can’t visit yours: I’m just a little busier than usual (and don’t forget I have a toddler crawling around all the time!!). Well, here’s the very first article I wrote for Honest Cooking (click here to see the HC page). I hope you enjoy it!
The garden is in full bloom. It’s Spring in the northern hemisphere and everywhere around flowers are blossoming and foliages are greener than ever.
Il giardino è in fiore. E’ primavera nell’emisfero nord e dappertutto i fiori stanno sbocciando e i fogliami sono più verdi che mai.
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Over in the meadow, Near a pond in the sun Lived an old mother duck And her little duck one “Quack!” said the mother; “Quack!” said the one, And they quacked and were happy In the pond in the sun (from the rhyme Over in the Meadow) Ok, there’s no little duck involved in this post …