Peppered mussels – or impepata di cozze – is a typical dish of the Neapolitan tradition, but very well known everywhere in Italy. You can find it almost everywhere, at least in the coastal regions. The preparation is very easy and requires just few ingredients, you could say the mussels get ready by themselves, but you’ll be surprised to see how tasty and good the result is!
Roman-style bean salad is one of the first resources you should bear in mind when you need to prepare a fast dish that is delicious as side but that also works as great unique dish! This is something more than a recipe, this is a real ace in the hole for us cooking lovers. Many characteristics make this bean salad great : it this a dish full of color and flavor, it is easy to make, it doesn’t take too much time to prepare and, thanks to the presence of beans, it is source of many nutrients!
I just came back from my holidays, I really needed this break! As most of you probably know, my family is still in Italy and I live in Brussels so I don’t get to see them too often! If you also consider I am from the seaside, you can easily imagine I prefer to be there in summer than here, but as I work full time (yeees 39 hours a week) at least for the moment I don’t have too much freedom. I enjoyed every moment of it!
This blog post introduces a new section I wanted to prepare since long time, cooking tips and small things I have been noticing in time, tricks and observations that I hope can be useful for others too!
Cooking is such a nice activity, but many times people ask me if it’s not too heavy to cook and eat all the time for a food blog. For me, it just depends on the ingredients you use. There are endless possibilities to make a dish lighter or healthier if you feel like you need to cut off calories, or fat. Quantities as well are very important!