Super easy – Super cool Meringues

MeringuesFor the people who know me they know that I die for meringues! They are soft, so sweet… I could eat 100 of them in just minutes. Unfortunately they are very hard to cook, and most of the times for they come up as a disaster.
The other day there was this picture on Facebook of a friend of mine that was making meringues with her partner. Maybe was the love and the passion they used, but the output was very nice and I’ve asked her for the recipe.

This recipe is incredibly easy, but I suggest you use a kitchen aid or similar to work the eggs or you won’t have a great result.

  • 100gr egg’s whites
  • 100 gr caster sugar
  • 100 gr of icing sugar

I suggest you weight all the ingredients before you start and put them in small bowls to make it easier when you need them.
Start beating the eggs in your kit...

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Spicy pasta with Bacon

Spicy bacon pasta

Today I’ve experimented a new recipe! I was thinking how to mix my favourite pasta in Italy, Oglio ed olio, and one of the best things that you can find in the UK… best quality bacon!! I’ve come up with this recipe and I hope you enjoy as much as my partner.

Ingredients for 2 people:

200 gr of linguine pasta

4 slices of uncooked bacon

2 garlic cloves

100gr of good quality olive oil

Chilly powder or flakes


Put a pasta pot on the fire full of salted water and while you’re waiting for it to boil start work on the other ingredients.

Slice the bacon in ¼ quarter inch pieces. Stir-fry them without any oil in a non-stick frying pan. Once nice and golden add the garlic finely chopped. Let it settle in for a few minutes adding in the chilly at taste, salt and the olive oil...

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Ham and cheese focaccia

Ham and cheese focaccia

Ham and cheese focaccia

I may not be writing any posts lately, but every time I go though all the recipes I’ve posted on this blog I feel like home. The passion and love for food it’s something that can be described, you can just feel it. Let’s hope you feel the same when you cook this great focaccia. You can use as a side or as I do as a light lunch

  • 500 gr of bread flour
  • 1 cup or warm water
  • 30 gr of fresh yeast
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 1 pinch of sugar
  • 50 gr of olive oil
  • 4 slices of ham
  • 4 slices of your favourite cheese (I’ve used cheddar in the one in the picture)

Put the four in a bowl or in your food processor with the kneading attachment and add the salt and the oil without starting working on it just yet. Melt your fresh east with the cup of warm water and add the sugar...

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