Piemontegirl makes lasagne. Check out the very easy recipe of this basic tomato sauce lasagne. Piece of cake! Hope you enjoy!
I love gingerbread cookies. And it always puts me in the holiday mood when making them. This year, for the first time, I decided to try and make the dough from scratch.
You know it's the holiday season when Panettone decorates store windows, store displays and your instagram. Here's my attempt!
Many years ago, I stood in the kitchen at Casa Vietti and watched Nonna make gnocchi. She told me the recipe, and showed me how to do it, but I never did. I recentky grew my own Sage plant and since I don't really like sage, I decided that I would try to make Gnocchi... Continue Reading →
Ravioli - home made (clearly!) A few weeks ago I posted a recipe on how to make pasta dough. Here is a recipe on how to use that dough to make Ravioli! All you need is: The dough A pasta machine (or a rolling pin) The filling you want In this recipe I used 4... Continue Reading →
Remember the time I went to see the geese? Well, here is a goose egg that was given to me that day! And I had that egg for breakfast one morning at Corte Gondina. The Nonna (mother of the owner) cooked it for me in the kitchen! Pretty cool!
Elio Altare is more than just a wine maker Elio Altare is known for his amazing wines, but what you may not know is that on the side he also makes salami! If you sneak away during one of the tours at the cellar you can find his salami hanging form the ceiling, waiting to... Continue Reading →
Have you ever made Panna Cotta? The Panna Cotta is a traditional Italian dessert. Usually served with fresh berries or caramel sauce and you'll find it everywhere in the Barolo region. Here is how you make the Panna Cotta Ingredients: 2 gelatin leaves (or powder equivalent) 1/2 cup milk 2 1/4 cups heavy cream 1/2... Continue Reading →
Fun Fact Friday: Giovanni Corino Do you know what Giovanni Corino is know for besides wine? Gardening! Barolo is normally associated with wine, but sometimes we forget that many of the winemakers are farmers. Which means their skill also goes beyond the vineyards. So it's self explanatory that many grow their own vegetables. And the... Continue Reading →