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Eierlikör-Panna-Cotta: Variante zu Ostern des Dessertklassikers

Eierlikör-Panna-Cotta – a variant of the classic dessert for Easter

A week from today is Easter, next Christmas, the most important family celebration in Italy. While mostly grilled with us on Easter Monday, we have breakfast profusely on Easter Sunday. Of course, it is not only at breakfast but there are then still a multi-course meal and it goes almost directly over for lunch. …

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Spekulatius-Aufstrich: Verwertung der weihnachtlichen Keksen

Spekulatius Spread – a tasty utilisability

Gehört ihr auch zu den Menschen, die nach den Weihnachtsfeiertagen noch ewig Schokoladen-Weihnachtsmänner, Spekulatius, Lebkuchen und Co. im Schrank stehen haben? Während andere das ganze Jahr über solche Sachen essen könnten, vergeht mir persönlich spätestens zum Jahreswechsel die Lust daran. Als würde sich unterbewusst ein Schalter in meinem Gehirn umlegen.

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Bananen-Tiramisù, Alternative ohne Kaffee zum italienischen Dessertklassiker mit Schokolade und Banane

Bananen-Tiramisu – a coffee-free version of the Italian classic

Tiramisu is one of the classic Italian dessert kitchen. Besides Panna cotta which is probably the dessert, I must prepare for family celebrations and other special events most often. Mostly I decide this for our personal family recipe. Since I have tried the egg-free variant and these people as well …

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Pumkin Spice Granola - herbstliches Müsli mit Kürbis - selbstgemacht

Pumpkin Spice Granola – autumnal pumpkin granola homemade

If you're one of the many people who are already in a Christmas mood and have a master plan, all of which must be completed by Dec 24th done, I have bad news for you, you willy-nilly have to to your to-do list extend the current recipe that's perfect as a Christmas gift …

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Leichter Salat mit Zitronen aus Italien. Dieses sommerliche Gericht wird auf Sizilien beim Grillen oder für ein leckeres Menü serviert. Das Rezept gibt es auf www.heute-gibt.es

lemon salad – summery lemon salad

Today again one of my favorite ingredients is used: lemons! Most of you will probably use this citrus for the preparation of desserts and salad dressings. Maybe eat one or the other of you this fruit - just like me - in between sometimes pure. was a little weird to me at …

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Leckerer Salat mit Reis aus Italien. Dieser Klassiker der italienischen Küche ist ideal für eine Gartenparty oder als Beilage zum Grillen. Das Rezept für diesen sommerlichen Reissalat gibt es auf www.heute-gibt.es

Classical Rice Salad – classic Italian rice salad

Looking for another classic salad for the July edition of my blog series on Italian cuisine of today's rice salad, I remembered. I ate the last time when I was a child. I remember that I loved this salad, and also like the remains of two …

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Italienischer Salat mit Marinda Tomaten. Einfach und schnell zubereitet. Rezept auf www.heute-gibt.es

Marinda tomato salad – quick Italian tomato salad

If the home is calling, you have to follow no choice but this reputation. Twice I spent in Sicily in the last weeks and am now ready to be able to welcome you to the unplanned break again. A little late, I would like you today so the July theme …

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Tartufo - Eisspezialität aus Italien

Truffle – classic ice cream specialty from Italy

Hard to believe that April is almost over. This month it went here on Sundays always sweet, for I have you in my blog series “Italian Kitchen – Learn all about…” shows how you easily cooked Italian classic dessert. Which dessert was because so far your favorite? The …

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Gelato fiordilatte - das perfekte Eis (nicht nur) für Kinder

Gelato fiordilatte – the perfect ice (not only) for children

When I was asked as a child what my favorite dessert is always came as a shot one answer: ICE! No chocolate cake or pudding was there to keep up and for every season. Once the ice cream parlors opened in the spring in Germany again, I had to go necessarily. Admittedly, I was what …

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