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We’ve recently begun adding recipes to our blog in order to share the best souvenir we’ve found from our travels. The flavors! And, since we now travel full-time, they are the only souvenir that we can fit into our bag. Good thing we love to cook! If you haven’t already, sign up for an account … Read more

Sunrise Quesadillas

sunrise-quesadilla

This is an easy Mexican inspired recipe for 2. The crispy tortillas along with fluffy eggs, bacon and mild cheese come together perfectly to make a dish that is great for brunch or a light dinner. Ingredients 3 large eggs 2 flour tortillas (8 inches) 1/2 cup shredded fontina cheese 2 bacon strips, cooked until crisp and crumbled 1 … Read more

Hungarian Goulash Soup

Hungarian Goulash

Goulash is a traditional Hungarian Soup featuring the favorite spice of the regional – paprika. When making this dish it is important to use the freshest Hungarian Style Sweet Paprika you can find. The soup was originally made with lard and thickened with lots of sour cream. Since most of us don’t work on a … Read more

Bunet – Cocoa and Amaretti Pudding

Bunet

Bunet is an Italian Dessert made with cocoa and Amaretti (Italian almond flavored biscuits). The recipe is from the Piedmont Region of Italy and comes courtesy of Chef Daniel Toniolo. He made this dessert for us during one of his Cook And Meet dinner parties that he holds in his home in Prague. This thick baked pudding … Read more

Bolognese Sauce Made Simple

easy bolognese sauce

This is a simplified version of the classic Italian Bolognese Sauce. Full of flavor but you can whip this up in 30 minutes for dinner any night of the week. The Recipe comes courtesy of our Chef Daniele Toniolo who invites people from around the world to cook and dine with him in his home … Read more

Tagliatelle All’ Arancia

tagliatelle pasta with orange sauce

We were introduced to this dish, translated to Orange Tagliatelle, during a cooking party in Prague. The host, Daniele Toniolo, is an Italian Chef who hosts a Cook And Meet event every Thursday evening. Guests pay a fee in order to participate and indulge in Daniele’s hospitality, the imported foods from his travels to Italy, and his … Read more

Saltimbocca alla Romana

Saltimbocca

This recipe comes courtesy of our friends at Eating Italy. We made it during our a cooking class while we in Rome – Cooking With Nonna (Grandmother). The name of the dish translates loosely to “Jump In Your Mouth” celebrating the full flavors of this dish. Ingredients: 8 veal cutlets 8 slices prosciutto 8 sage leaves flour spread on … Read more

Tossa De Mar Fisherman’s Stew

Cimi I Tomba

┬áCIM I TOMBA This dish has its origins in Tossa De Mar, a small community in the Costa Brava Region of Spain. Fisherman who needed to stay at sea for several days would prepare this dish with the leftover pieces and parts of the fish from their catch. The name implies the technique used to … Read more

Spaghetti with Pancetta, Pecorino and Arugula

Spaghetti Pancetta

This is a fun, easy adaptable recipe inspired by our time in Italy. The key is to use just a few ingredients and make sure that they are fresh and full of flavor. We chose Pancetta bacon because it’s easy to find and inexpensive in Italy, but crumbled bacon would work too. Pecorino cheese is preferred … Read more

Jewish Style Artichokes

Jewish Style Artichokes

Jewish Style Artichokes are a staple in Roman cuisine when the favored choke is in season. Here’s a simple recipe to make them at home courtesy of Eating Italy. Like with most Italian cuisine, the number of ingredients is small, while the flavor is large. CARCIOFI ALLA GIUDIA  (Jewish Style Artichokes) Prep time: 20 minutes – … Read more