A Queen In The Kitchen – Estate Italiana: FICO Eataly World (Bologna)

FICO, acronym for Fabbrica Italiana Contadina (Italian Peasant Factory) and literally fig or cool! (Italian expression), is THE WORLD’S LARGEST AGRI-FOOD PARK in beautiful Bologna (Emilia-Romagna) 100.000 square meters of authentic Italian agri-food related stuff including : shops and marketplace 40 eating points 40 farming factories 6 multimedia carousels 6 classrooms theater and cinema 2 hectares […]

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A Queen In The Kitchen: How To Make Watermelon Caprese

  Everyone knows Caprese, the simple Italian salad, made of fresh mozzarella, tomatoes and basil, that features the Italian flag colors : white, red and green. Follow the new episode of A Queen In The Kitchen and learn how to prepare this surprising version of the traditional caprese because I won’t use tomatoes, but watermelon instead. You’ll […]

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Baking Bread : How To Make Panzerotti

  Panzerotti are savory deep-fried filled pocket of bread originally from Apulia region (Italy). They are similar to pizza and calzone and they taste AMAZING! The most popular filling is made with fresh mozzarella and tomato (crushed or sauce). The name Panzerotto (literally potbellied) comes from the shape of this bread that resembles a swollen belly. Enjoy […]

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Extra Virgin Olive Oil Chocolate Truffles

Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Dark Chocolate are two amazing types of food not only because of their organoleptic characteristics but also because they taste great together. Chocolate Truffles are a variety of chocolate confectionary usually made with a chocolate ganache coated with cocoa powder, chopped nuts or dried flaked fruit. Their name comes from […]

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Summer Lettuce And Sour Cream Soup

I’ve always had troubles getting to eat the salad to the members of my family, so I ended up to camouflage a beautiful organic lettuce in a delicious creamy soup. This could be a healthy and fresh alternative for the one who are not a big fan of green vegetables. I’ve used organic lettuce, homegrown […]

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