Category Archive: traditional cooking

#recipe Torta di Nocciole | Hazelnut cake

See on – Marcello’s Kitchen The most traditional dish would be the Torta di Nocciole (Hazelnut Cake) and there seems to be a few variations – I’ve decided to try out a… Continue reading

#Recipe – The dessert world of sweetalmond: Tiramisu

See on – Marcello’s Kitchen Ingredients: 16 oz Mascarpone cheese, room temperature. 1/2 cup sugar 1/4 cup water 6 egg yolks 1/2 cup heavy cream 1 to 1 1/2 cups freshly brewed… Continue reading

#Recipe – Bocconotti, small cakes Calabrian (Italian street food)

See on – Marcello’s Kitchen Ingredients – 150 g flour – 70 g of sugar – 50 g lard (in supermarkets or in the absence of butter) – 1 egg + a… Continue reading


Reposted from Manu I am very excited about today’s recipe.  I am taking you all back to Sicily for this Regional Italian dish… a very special one.  These are among my favourite Sicilian pastries.  They… Continue reading

Decadent Red Velvet Layer Cake

Ingredients For the cake: 12 tablespoons (1 1/2 sticks) unsalted butter, softened, plus more for the pans 3 cups cake flour (sift before measuring) 3 tablespoons unsweetened Dutch-process cocoa powder 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt… Continue reading

Food Revolution day

Together we can change the way people eat by educating every child about food, giving families the skills and knowledge to cook again, and motivating people to stand up for their rights to better food.… Continue reading

Red Grape Rote Grutze

Red Grape Rote Grutze A traditional Barossa Valley dessert and nod to the region’s rich German history. Often prepared during vintage. 0 Ingredients Grapes- Shiraz, Mataro or Alicante1 litre of real grape juiceSplash… Continue reading

Easy kids’ party food: mimosa cake

At 12, Arantxa Zecchini-Dowling has very clear ideas on what she likes and doesn’t like when it comes to parties. So when she couldn’t find a decent book to help her make things… Continue reading

San Valentino – Devils Food Cake

San Valentino Devils Food Cake. DEVIL’S FOOD CAKE(dal libro “Cioccolato – Nuove armonie” di Rosalba Gioffré)Ingredienti per due tortiere da 22 cm:per la base:120 gr di cioccolato di copertura fondente grattugiato125 gr di… Continue reading

A Celebration of Haggis | School of Artisan Food

Via  Marcello’s Kitchen Haggis is traditionally enjoyed and devoured on Burns Night (25 January), when Scotland marks the birth of its most famous poet, Robert Burns. With the celebrations almost upon us, Rich… Continue reading