These ciambelle (pronounced cham_bell-eh) are a traditional sweet bread with anise seeds from our hometown in Abruzzo. Typically, we eat them either on their own, with cheese or dunked in wine 🍷 Anna Maria Giangregorio generously shared this recipe with @wheresthepic who passed it on to me. This post is in honour of Anna Maria who has since passed 🌹
Thanks so much @wheresthepic for sharing 🙏🏼
#piday - Pizza Pie that is ... aaand it’s a day late I know, I know 🤷🏻♀️ Remember that focaccia I made a few days back? Well I made a mistake in the recipe the first time around. So I covered it and left it in the fridge. Today I decided to turn it into a pizza. Baked it on a pizza stone at 550. Result: A fortunate mistake 😋 Almost looks like it came out of a wood oven ! Now if only I could remember what I did wrong 🤔
Baked cheesecake topped with berries and garnished with fruit and flower petal tea leaves served with a Kahluà and berry drizzle. Inspired by @carlaphall this recipe was so quick, easy and absolutely delicious. My husband said it’s a definite two thumbs up 👍 👍 I think this makes up for my last baking fiasco.
Lemon Raspberry Almond Cake did not go well. ☹️ I rarely follow a recipe when I cook but this isn’t the case when it comes to baking. I came across this recipe and it piqued my interest. I followed it to a tee or so I thought 😅 Unfortunately I’m obviously still in the learning stage since it looks okay but can’t say the same about the taste. Anyhow, back to cooking for now 😉
First let me start by saying this was more of a “I really need to go grocery shopping” than a “refrigerator clean out” kind of a meal. I had a can of pinto beans and some Mexican salsa so I sautéed some onion and red pepper then added the salsa with a touch of honey and added some water so it didn’t get too thick. Let it it simmer. Poached the eggs in water (you can also cook the eggs directly in the beans as well). Grated some cheddar on top, cut up some avocado and served it with some fried naan. Loved it. 👍👍
So this was my first attempt at reverse searing a roast and I’m converted now. I bought this prime rib roast about a month ago on sale at a local supermarket. I cooked it a little more than is probably recommended for a reverse sear and despite all that going against it, it was still the most incredibly tender roast I’ve ever made. I first learned about a reverse sear from @davidlumto who is an absolute pro at it ! You should definitely check him out. Thanks so much David. 👌
Last night’s roasted chicken tonight’s sandwich dinner. ➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰
Dilled cole slaw, honeyed bacon, grain mustard, touch of horseradish, roast chicken breast, pickles, mozzarella (would’ve preferred a swiss but didn’t have any on hand) on dark rye bread.
Besides the fact that this is done in about an hour, super easy, tastes great and cleans up in a snap, the potatoes and whatever else you cook along side the chicken are just so much tastier when they’re cooked along with the chicken. Recipe in the comments. Thank you @raw_kitchen_ for the feature ❤️