After months of testing and experimenting, the Sourdough Effortless Bread is here! Probably the easiest recipe for an airy sourdough bread that requires no kneading, taste delicious and will stay soft for an entire week.
This Piedmont inspired Sweet Pizza brings together a delicious pizza crust with the flavors of peaches, amaretto and cocoa to create a great and unique dessert.
What is The Lemonade Test? An experiment to get to know your palate. It has all the basic elements of cocktails: the sour, the sweet and the dilution. Once you figure out what kind of lemonade you like, that can give you powerful insight into what kind drinks and cocktails you like, and especially how you can tweak the proportions to better fit to your taste.
Sometimes there comes a time when one needs an idea outside the box to freshen up a dish that otherwise has become a little dull and boring. That was our case with the last part of a huge roasted ham, so I thought to share with you the recipe for this very famous Italian sauce, salsa tonnata aka tonnato sauce, that, I’m sure, will prove to be your powerful ally for many different snacks and appetizers in the future.
Smells and tastes have a very strong power to evoke memories of an event or place. In these days of India nostalgia I made an orange marmalade we tasted for the first time quite exactly a year ago. It is very flavorful as it contains, besides oranges, ginger, cinnamon and a vanilla bean. I’m glad to say that I found the right dose for the additional ingredients so that they don’t overpower the taste of the oranges, but support it nicely in the background.
I like my marmalade to have a chunky texture, so I very slightly blended the mixture to make it come together, but kept the orange peel pieces as they were. Cinnamon and vanilla are optional flavors, but I’d definitely recommend adding at least the ginger as it gives a slight tanginess to the marmalade that cuts the sweetness and enriches the aftertaste.
—-N.B THIS POST CONTAINS A GIVEAWAY FOR OUR FINNISH FOLLOWERS!—-
As you know, we have a real passion when it comes to preparing delicacies with wild food and trying to bottle up all the amazing smells and flavors of the forest (like with our Spruce Tip Herbal Liqueur or The Lingonberry Forest Liqueur). That is why when we discovered VilliVesi we were so glad to collaborate with them. The values of Villi Vesi immediately resonated with us as they only use natural ingredients, 100% recycled plastic for their bottles, sustainable energy and have zero carbon footprint on the planet! Despite being so good on their own, we still developed some great cocktails and mocktails using their Blueberry & Spruce Tip, Juniper & Lemon and Apple & Ginger flavored carbonated waters. We really hope you’ll like these recipes and try to recreate them at home, we really put our hearts in these and can guarantee you we absolutely love the result!