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5 Questions To: Emiko Davies

Welcome back to another episode of #5QuestionsTo series. This time I am in talk with a talented lady, who I’ve been longing for interviewing: Emiko Davies. I met Emiko the first time during a gathering at Giulia’s place, when I learned that she was a food writer. And in the many later contacts , I have also […]
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Three Favorites from Supermarkets: To A Good Start of 2016!

3 favorite items for home-cooking from the supermarkets. Eating at home is getting more interesting in 2016!

5-Minute Recipe: Tomato Sauce for Pasta

My tips of how to prepare tomato sauce in a super quick and easy way. It takes only five minutes (or even less), and it is a perfect dish for family meal.

A Comforting Fall Dish: Pumpkin Risotto

Summer has officially gone. The color of the city has changed from bright green to the crispy brown. I can find kinds of fruits on the trees in the Tuscany countryside: apples, pears, pomegranate, olives…… It is the harvest season, it is the feast period! pomegranate on the tree olives ready to be tasted I […]
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Easy and Quick Pasta for Lunch: Fettuccine with Pork and Pomodoro Sauce

Being a member in a mix family, I need to be creative from time to time. Given the fact that my husband is an italian, who is picky in food by born, my creativities are consumed majorly in cooking. Since my mother-in-law, who is a good italian chef, is living far away from us, I […]
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A Delicious and Easy-to-Prepare Pasta: Linguini Carbonara

Carbonara is always my choice when I am super hungry and craving for pasta. It takes really short time to prepare, and even the first-time cook is able to make a delicious one. Plus the egg and bacon make it a heavy dish, helping the person in famine (here refers to me) to get full […]
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Acquacotta: My First Trial of Making Tuscan Soup

I am not good at cooking complicated stuff, that’s why I am always in search for simple recipes. I like Tuscan soup, but I used to keep a distance from cooking one. To me, it seemed complicated to cook: it has smashed vegetables inside, and with thick texture, etc. It is just so different from a Chinese […]
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