A historical bread – Robert May’s French Bread from 1660.

This month I had the pleasure to decide what the Bread Baking Babes was going to bake, something that isn’t always easy unless you have a specific bread in mind. Which I hadn’t but I decided to go for a... The post A historical bread – Robert May’s French Bread from 1660 ....more

On Food, Being an Expat and Rice Pudding

Being an expat changes how you look at food, when you move to a new country you are introduced to new food, ingredients and dishes, a different food culture that influences how you cook, shop and cook. And then there... The post On Food, Being an Expat and Rice Pudding appeared first on Lucullian delights - an Italian experience ....more

Polenta Bread

I have had some problems with focussing lately, my mind has been sprouting in every possible direction and never in the same and this has obviously had effects on my daily life which is the reason to why I post... The post Polenta Bread appeared first on Lucullian delights - an Italian experience ....more

Kindness and Roasted Peppers With Goat’s Cheese on Herby Couscous

One of the reasons to why I like living where I live, i.e. in the Pistoia part of Tuscany, is that people are kind there. We started out in Florence and although the people I met were nice, I cannot... The post Kindness and Roasted Peppers With Goat’s Cheese on Herby Couscous appeared first on Lucullian delights - an Italian experience ....more

Back to the roots – Panmarino bread

Yesterday I arrived in Sweden but before that, I baked this month’s Bread Baking Babes...more

Purposeless walking and Honey Roasted Rhubarb and Peaches.

As much as my daily dog walks annoy me because they are a must-do, I realize how important they are from a more mental point of view; some time ago I tweeted...more

Look around and see what happens – Pepper and Smoked Pancetta Crostini

My way of cooking is very much based on ‘Look around and see what you...more

Wild Rice and Onion Bread, well almost!

This bread made me think of a bread my father used to make and if he had been alive and active today, I’m sure he would have baked this one too, it is soo much up his street! He did... The post Wild Rice and Onion Bread, well almost! ...more

A New Plated Stories Food photography and Food Writing Workshop and Farinata with Pancetta

I would like to thank you all for your comments on my last post, you are an encouraging bunch...more

Do me a favour….

There is a reason to why I am so silent here, right now it seems to me that I only post the breads I bake with the Bread Baking Babes or shamelessly talk about achievements, like winning the IACP Media... The post Do me a favour…. appeared first on Lucullian delights - an Italian experience ....more