Chips, salty snacks. Jams,spreads,dried fruits. Authentic Italian Chickpea Flat Bread. I’ve been stuck in a bit of a rut lately when it comes to breakfast which is sad because it’s one of my favorite meals, it starts me off on the right foot in the morning.
Who am I kidding, pretty much any meal of the day is my favorite! But in all seriousness, isn’t it just that little bit easier to leave your cozy bed when you know you have an amazing breakfast waiting for you? Well, leaving my bed has been a bit difficult as of late since one can only eat so much oatmeal, muesli and green smoothies before getting bored. Unless you’re like my husband who can eat the same boring bowl of cereal day in and day out without any issue. With a pantry full of all sorts of grains and seeds, I’ve been experimenting and trying to find ways to use them outside the usual.
You only have to take one look at a Bialetti Moka Pot (or a Maserati, for that matter), to understand why Italian design is so sought after and timeless: suggestive curves and playful angles give it more personality than some people have, and there's a technical simplicity—the kind of thing we like to call "genius" around here.
In the home, where the emotional impact and functionality of a design are perhaps most deeply felt, this kind of one-two punch is highly appreciated. And Italians, of course, excel just as much at interior design as they do coffee and cars. In keeping, we wanted to pause and celebrate this with 15 of our favorite places to shop for Italian home designs. Textiles: Missoni Home. Homemade Flatbreads with Beet Pesto, Blue Cheese, & Pine Nuts. A Winter treat from Finland!
The Finns eat a lot of beetroot in the Winter. The most common way is to chop it up in salad, but the modern way is to blend it to a pesto and have it with flatbread. Makes 12 flatbreads, 2 cups pesto Beet Pesto: 17 oz beets, cooked or roasted 4 cloves garlic 3½ oz parmesan cheese, grated 3½ oz cashew nuts or pine nuts ½ cup basil leaves ½ cup olive oil salt & black pepper, to taste Flatbread: 2¼ cups self-raising flour+more. Plantain Drums with Avocado Cream & Suero. These appetizers are a cinch to make, and could be filled with almost anything if you don't have avocados on hand!
Read my Holiday/Winter 2015 issue! Serves 4. Sveler (Norwegian Pancakes) Recipe on Food52. Cooking is more fun with friends.
Find your friends who are already on Food52, and invite others who aren't to join. Let's GoLearn more Join Our Community Follow amazing home cooks. Collect recipes and articles. Sign Up ♥ 65 + Save ▴ Coconut Blueberry Pancakes Recipe on Food52. Cooking is more fun with friends.
Find your friends who are already on Food52, and invite others who aren't to join. Let's GoLearn more Join Our Community Follow amazing home cooks. Garlic-Orange-Rosemary Marinated Olives Recipe on Food52. Eat in my kitchen x The Bread Exchange – Roast Apricots on Turmeric Bread : eat in my kitchen. Sandwich Wednesday news!
After 7 months of baking my own bread or visiting one of my trusted bakeries, there will be a new monthly sandwich feature on the blog, eat in my kitchen x The Bread Exchange. The Bread Exchange is a trading project started by Malin Elmlid in 2008, she is a master when it comes to baking the perfect sourdough bread. Together we will share our creations on eat in my kitchen, every month she will deliver a loaf of bread to my kitchen and I will turn it into a new sandwich idea. This will be exciting as Malin likes to use the exotic ingredients she gets through trading; turmeric from Iran, vanilla from Madagascar, salt from Israel, charcoal, matcha, the list is long and inspiring! You can’t buy Malin’s bread, you can only trade for it and that makes it all the more special. Last winter Malin asked me if I would like to test cook a couple of the recipes for her first cookbook which will be published this autumn. Now it’s time to talk about sandwiches! Like this:
Hunk o' Fruit: Bill Granger's Oat, Pear, and Raspberry Loaf. It's not often that we buy a cookbook for just one recipe, but we confess we did that here.
All it took was one photo... The Oat, Pear, and Raspberry Loaf is from bills open kitchen (his lack of proper capitalization/punctuation, not ours, we hasten to add) by Bill Granger, and it was the first thing that greeted us as we flipped through this book at a used-book store. The whole grains of the oats and the oozing streak of jammy pear-and-raspberry fruitiness stopped us cold. There was a bright flare of Sydney sunshine that popped off the page; the background was white and hazed out.
We are suckers - we bought the book. Teff Porridge with Pecans, Dates, and Honey Recipe on Food52. Cooking is more fun with friends.
Find your friends who are already on Food52, and invite others who aren't to join. Let's GoLearn more Join Our Community Follow amazing home cooks. Collect recipes and articles. Blueberry Almond Breakfast Polenta recipe on Food52.com. Author Notes: This recipe came to me right as I was about to overextend myself: I'm 8 mos pregnant and, with a day of cooking ahead of me, almost decided to whip up impromptu blueberry corn muffins for breakfast.
Abby's 18th Birthday with Roasted Honey Pear Crostini - Reluctant Entertainer. Abby’s 18th Birthday with Roasted Honey Pear Crostini. Peach, Basil, Mozzarella, & Balsamic Pizza Recipe. Peach, Basil, Mozzarella, & Balsamic Pizza We love making homemade pizza. Josh is the dough master and I take care of the sauce and toppings. I usually choose a veggie loaded pizza while Josh goes for a sausage or pepperoni pizza. This time I decided to really switch up the toppings. One of my latest pregnancy cravings is peaches.
Grain-free Apple Cinnamon Pancakes. 85 Snack Ideas for Kids (and Adults)! By Lisa, on July 31st, 2012 If you’re in a rut here are some snack ideas for inspiration. Please leave any additional suggestions in the comments below… Fruits and Vegetables… Apple (good with peanut butter) Banana (good with peanut butter)Carrots (good with hummus or ranch dip)Celery (good with peanut butter and raisins a.k.a. Coconut and Ricotta Pancakes with Ginger Syrup. Pan de Elote - Corn Bread - Home - Sweetbites Blog. And my corn craving continues. This time I reached out to a friend of mine from Mexico, because I remember this great corn bread I had when I use to visit there for work. I remember buying them from the street vendors. Pile high with a handmade sign on top announcing it “hecho en casa” (homemade) After describing to her that wonderful sweet morsel I had, she told me simply, “mija, esta hablando de un simple pan de elote” (girl, you are talking about a simple corn bread).
The she sent me the recipe and told me to enjoy it. Pan de elote literally means “corn bread,” and it’s one of those iconic Mexican desserts I can’t get enough of. This is not like American cornbread at all. I easy to make, since everything pretty much can go into a blender or food processor – add, mix and pour over a prepare cake pan and in less than 1 hour you got this warm sweet treat, that you just want to bury your face in. Preheat oven to 350°F. Sift together the flour and the baking powder and put aside. Goat Cheese and Balsamic Breakfast Tarts. Spanakopita Bites. Buttery, flaky phyllo appetizers are especially popular in my family.
I guess I can't blame them since who can resist buttery, flaky phyllo dough anyway?! My mother in law requested these Spanakopita Bites as an appetizer for the birthday party she was throwing for her husband. Hard Cooked Eggs, Lime Aioli and Dukkah recipe from food52. Author Notes: This recipe -- easily made with common pantry ingredients on fairly short notice!