‘Velvet’ Pumpkin Soup with Chestnut Cream

Pumpkin and chestnut are the symbols of the autumn season and as a result I came to think of trying to match them, but in addition to seasonality I remembered their nutritional properties. Of American origin, the pumpkin is orange for betacarotene and is rich in vitamins A and C. It is also an excellent … Continued

Something Crazy about the artichoke

In spring in Italy we are in full artichoke season and many parts of the country are getting ready for a special ‘sagre’ tasting events, as in the Ladispoli Festival of Artichokes Romaneschi which is now celebrating its 66th anniversary. Just in Ladispoli, each year more than 400,000 people participate in the event that is … Continued

Ancient Cake with modern Glass

The cheesecake is an ancient cake, a cheese tart with its roots in time. It is thought to have been enjoyed by the athletes of the first Olympic Games in 776 BC Delos (Greece) who were fed on a cake made with pasta, cheese, honey and bay leaves. This ancient cake tradition was later adopted … Continued