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These are my last recipes;
Some of the recipes I prepare for my home and also for friends.
Plates I liked and learned to prepare, adapting to my taste and needs.

Ma ... attention:
my recipes are in my own way and it is not said that they respect the traditional canons;

also because, on certain classic preparations, every village and every family have their own original version!

On this page, day after day, a new or revised recipe may appear; But also the story of a meal prepared or eaten in the company.
Just like some curiosity ...

Enjoy the reading!

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The curry puff, puff oriental curry

Curry puff, puff oriental curry

Yesterday, while I was preparing this little treat for the birthday of a friend from Bern, I was surprised to do some accounts: I have been preparing these for almost forty years curry puff!
And in all these years, I have prepared them at home or for parties; and continue to be successful.

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Cherry tomatoes confit

Cherry Tomato Confit

Tired of the usual cherry tomatoes?
It's time to try the confit tomatoes, then!

Tasty and with a particular taste, they are excellent both to eat and ideal for seasoning many pasta recipes, perhaps as an alternative to dried tomatoes to give a different touch to dishes.

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Galaktoboureko, ΓαλακτομπούρεκοGalaktoboureko, Γαλακτομπούρεκο
(Greek cuisine)

When I'm in Crete on vacation, always in the same town halfway between Chania and Rethymo, I often end up at a local pastry table (the ζαχαροπλαστείο) to shame, without shame, a nice portion of galaktoboureko.

A bomb of layers of phyllo dough stuffed with cream, baked in the oven and then sprinkled, without restraint, so much, much syrup!

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Linguine alla puttanescaLinguine alla puttanesca

This is really a simple dish and absolutely quick to prepare; and with an intriguing name, as well as the flavor.
It immediately reminds me of the sea: so much so that these linguine were once also called
marinara.

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sweet and sour sauce


Homemade sweet and sour sauce, oriental cuisine

This sauce, great to accompany grilled meats and much more, is a very simple version of the sweet and sour sauce that I generally use to season the chicken (or pork) in sweet and sour sauce, and that can without problems replace enriched with vegetables.

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