julskitchen A well spent Sunday morning with grandma. 4h

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julskitchen It has been a hard day. And I am not over yet... 2d

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julskitchen We have bricklayers downstairs working on our garage to turn it into a kitchen and a studio. My mother taught me to be kind and offer a coffee with something sweet at least twice a day. So I made mendiants to be served with coffee! 2d

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julskitchen Fourth week of meal planning: we cut out expenses dramatically, we eat wholesome food, it takes less time to shop and cook. I am sold! Today leftover cuscus meatballs and boiled beef meatloaf with salad. 3d

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julskitchen Quite a unique dusk light this evening! 4d

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julskitchen A walnut and chocolate cake to celebrate 7 years with you, today on the blog. 6d

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julskitchen Today fish on the menu: trout with lemon, parsley and pine nuts. 1w

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julskitchen I've always been intimidated by the bendy road to Volterra. Now that I can drive, I enjoy the soft landscape, the hills and the open view. This is one of the most incredible areas of Tuscany. 1w

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julskitchen Exploring Volterra in a cold winter day and dreaming about a food tour here in the next months! 1w

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julskitchen Happy moody Saturday everyone! 1w

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julskitchen Today is a butternut squash kinda day. When you are tired and you have the feel that you cannot cope with all that you are supposed to do, make a soup which will warm you inside out. Then of course bake a cake. 1w

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julskitchen The view from the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo terrace at dusk. The perfect end to an interesting afternoon among history and art. #museoduomofi 1w

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julskitchen A masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance, one of Michelangelo's Pietà, that you can admire along with other impressive pieces of art in the renewed Museo dell'Opera del Duomo in Florence. #museoduomofi 1w

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julskitchen This is the rhythm and sound of an artist working on the Duomo sculptures. Isn't it poetical? #museoduomofi 1w

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julskitchen Exploring the Bottega dell'Opera del Duomo, which is taking care of the massive Duomo in Florence with its marbles, statues and tiles since 1296. #museoduomofi 1w

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julskitchen Win a trip to a food & style workshop in the Italian Riviera in June thanks to @shopbrika @food52 @refinery29 and @thekitchn! #italianriviera #italianrivieraworkshop. I'll be teaching a cooking class there, join us! all the info here: http://www.refinery29.com/sweeps/free-trip-italian-riviera 1w

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julskitchen This is the season of artichokes, piled high in every market food stall. 2w

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julskitchen Among the typical cakes you can find in bakeries and pastry shops in Lunigiana, the spongata from Pontremoli is probably the most important. Here pine nuts, almonds and dried figs are mashed with orange marmalade, fig jam and apple jam to create a rich spiced sticky filling wrapped in a pastry coating. Today on the blog, along with a few considerations about cooperations and Lunigiana, a borderland of Tuscany. Dish @virginia_casa by @dishesonly 2w

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julskitchen I just finished my first cooking class of the new season and now I am soaking in the last afternoon sun, before getting into the kitchen again as there will be friends over for dinner. In these days I realised once more how I enjoy cooking classes, the honest relationships you create in the kitchen sharing food and techniques. Real food and real people. I am blessed. 2w

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julskitchen Friday afternoon calls for some stress releasing baking time. Can you smell the aroma? 2w

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