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Gragnano calamari-shaped pasta, with marinated fresh tuna, olives crumbs, and fresh tomatoes

Gragnano calamari-shaped pasta is perfect for certain dishes.  Its grooved texture helps absorb the sauce. Its thickness is perfect for cooking until the sauce is creamy. The space inside the calamari lets in the sauce and other delicious food. With every bite, you celebrate the flavours. The following recipe pairs this pasta with a delicious sauce…

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Cous Cous with Clams, Olives, Pistachio and Balsamic Vinegar “Malpighi”

Many will say that clams are a typical Summer ingredient… but actually, they are delicious any time of the year! Their sandy taste matches perfectly with grains such as couscous and nuts like pistachio. Today, I’m going to mix these ingredients to create a wonderful autumnal recipe with a summer aftertaste.  A perfect way to say goodbye…

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In Italy, there are hundreds of different ways to cook pasta and the use of ingredients can be very different from region to region or even from family to family! Today, I made for you a pasta dish that combines a sauce of red peppers and onions with the intense flavour of clams. At first,…

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Tuna Fillets with Mango Salad & White Balsamic Vinegar “Prelibato”

I love having fresh sustainably sourced tuna once in a while – it’s easy to cook and high in selenium ( to keep our nails and hair super-strong) and omega-3 fats (to control our blood pressure and cholesterol levels.) For this recipe, I made a fresh mango and vegetable salads with a yummy dressing of soy sauce…

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“Polentine” snacks with Seafood Salad (or whatever you like better)

  Here is a special and typical Italian recipe for summer: “Polentine”! The preparation is very simple, all you need is cornmeal flour and water. Then, bake it in the oven!  This delicious snack does not contain gluten or dairy products and can be accompanied with any of your favourite ingredients. I made my Polentine with…

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Stuffed Cuttlefish with White Balsamic Vinegar “Prelibato”

Are you ready to try one of our most delicate and exquisite recipes? Today we have a delicious traditional recipe from the region of Puglia: Stuffed Cuttlefish. In Italian, “Seppie Ripiene”. The meat of this fish is healthy and nutritious. In the pulp of cuttlefish, you can find vitamins D, E, A, B6, B12, fatty acids omega 3 and…

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Gnocchi with Cime di Rapa Pesto and Mussels

The weather seems to get a little bit rainy these days, but we shouldn’t stop feeling in a Summer mood! For this reason today I’m going to use one of my favourite ingredients, coming directly from the seas and the oceans: mussels! You will be surprised, but they match perfectly with the garlicky and bitter…

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Orecchiette with Artichokes Patè and Shrimps

For Italians, pasta could be eaten even ones a day and a meal without it could feel incomplete. Pasta is a versatile dish that releases energy slowly; it is highly digestible and the lack of fats makes it suitable for low-calorie diets. In Italy, there are more pasta recipes than days in the year! Here’s a…

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Devil’s Seafood and Fish Soup

The fish soup was born as a “poor man’s recipe”, since the folk used to cook it, in order not to waste the leftovers of fish. The soup was usually seasoned with garlic, parsley, onion and chilli… extremely delicious! This is my version of the fish soup, and I used my favourite shellfish and seafood…

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Velvety Chickpeas Soup with Seafood Salad

Christmas is coming and we are already thinking about the Christmas Menu, to share with relatives and friends! Today, I want to share with you this tasteful and really easy recipe, typical of Tuscany, which can be a beautiful appetizer or snack, to serve during the holidays… but also every day, if you liked it!…

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