One of the pleasant consequences of baking has to be the wonderful aromas which permeate your entire kitchen. This recipe for Crunchy Homemade Granola is no exception.
A few weeks ago, I received an invitation from a woman named Jessica (by e-mail) to participate in the launching of a new line of products, “Green Garden Dressings” manufactured by Litehouse Foods. We were to meet at Restaurant l’Orignal (in Old Montreal) where we would have the opportunity to taste these salad dressings. The dressings are olive oil based, with natural ingredients, organic, gluten-free and non-GMO (you know Genetically Modified Organisms). It sounded too good to be true.
I can already hear all of you…another pie? Yup, another pie. What can I say? I was brought up on this stuff. And so, without furthur ado, I present to you Italian Sweet Ricotta Easter Pie or Fiadoni Dolci con Ricotta.
Italian Savoury Easter Cheese Pie, also known as fiadone di formaggio, is a rustic combination of eggs and cheese enveloped in a very firm dough.
I decided to take a break from all the Easter baking by making these Almond Oatmeal Chocolate Cookies. I’ve replaced baking with baking…I think I might have a problem.
Lina’s Italian Easter Sweet Bread (also known as Pane di Pasqua) is a simple, light yeast bread flavored with a hint of orange. Would you believe me if I told you that there are mashed potatoes in the line-up of eight ingredients to make this wonderful Italian sweet bread recipe?
Italian Lemon Knot Cookies; Italian Wedding Cookies; Italian Lemon Cookies; Italian Lemon Drop Cookies; anginetti or more appropriately, tarallucci.
As Shakespeare once said, “What’s in a name?” That famous quote from Romeo and Juliet still rings true today.