Oh my. That's all we could say when this risotto came to the table.
What spells autumn better than a pumpkin soup? This version results a bit more robust by adding white beans which not only pack it with proteins but also add that silky smooth touch.
With multiple layers of spicy flavors, we get inspired by the famous Gunpowder Potatoes from the renowned Indian restaurant Dishoom, in London, to cook this variation in which we replace the main ingredient with the vegetable of the season, cauliflower.
Lentils have a pure taste. Rich in proteins and iron, they are the ideal legumes for vegetarians and vegans. Try this delicious bite.
The last leg of my trip with the Tourism Authority of Thailand took me to Phu Quoc, Vietnam's largest island. This Vietnamese-inspired Prawn and Calamari Salad really captured that island feeling.
Labneh, the Middle Eastern strained yogurt dish is given a twist. Prepared with honey, it's perfect for dessert or as a light snack with crackers. Its honeycomb, edible flowers and cocoa nibs topping will make quite a spectacular entry onto any dessert boards.
Nothing feels like diving into the kitchen on an autumn day, with cozy music in the background and wonderful smells filling the house. Warm, earthy flavors get a surprising taste sensation when combined with a blend of five Chinese spices…
Original from South Sardinia, prazzira is the equivalent of a pizza, closed and stuffed with a filling of only tomatoes or together with aubergines, garlic and basil.
A summery treat that you easily put together in twenty minutes. I have prepared this one with raspberries, blackberries and blueberries, but you can choose whatever fruits or berries you have at hand!
An exciting and extraordinary gastronomic revolution has been gathering momentum in Majorca throughout the last decade. In every village visitors experience authentic fare. Be it 'pa amb oli', organic dishes or excellent Majorcan wines, there has never been a better time for this culinary tour.
Parsley, or prezzemolo as it is called in Italian, is ever-present in Italian cooking. Few are the dishes that don't have a whiff of parsley in them. Here we have paired it with lemon and chicken, a classic combination.
I was hosted for dinner by the Ministry of Tourism of Cambodia, where this soup was served. Flavored and comforting, just as a good bowl of chicken soup can be, I asked if the chef would be willing to share his recipe. At the end of the dinner, and despite the language barrier, he did.
A versatile chocolate concoction that can be used drizzled over ice cream or as frosting to a cake. Using honey instead of sugar makes it a little healthier but nonetheless super delicious.