Spring Baked Frittata Roll with Asparagus Patè

Have you ever tried to bake an omelette? Today, I want to share with you an original way to make a delicious Spring Baked Frittata Roll. This is the perfect way to bake an omelette, a time saver recipe and a healthier choice! There is no need to add oil or butter to your omelette so the result…

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The Dinette Teller – 16. Cultural Misunderstandings: The Italian plum-less “Plumcake”

Plum cakes made with dried fruits are a traditional and common dessert in English-speaking countries. Plum cakes made with fresh plums were introduced by migrants from other traditions in which the primary ingredient of the cake was the plums. Since the 18th century, Plum Cake was referred in England to a type of fruitcake made…

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Soft Loaf with Veggies and Ham

A soft loaf is a smart way to make a delicious appetizer, side dish,  brunch or just a ready to go snack! This is a super yummy and easy recipe and the amazing thing is that the texture gets even better few days after baking! So, if you need something special that you can prepare…

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The Dinette Teller – 15. Cheating on the Sense of Taste

Did you know what type of experiments has been made to cheat our taste? The followings are few experiments that have been used to investigate the sense of taste. This is now recognized as a complex and important neurological science. The results of some of these experiments can be quite funny.. you may want to…

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Linguine with Courgettes and Avocado Pesto

Happy St Patrick’s Day! Today, I prepared for you a 100% green recipe. A combination of the spirit of Ireland with Italian pasta! Make a delicious sauce for linguine using two of tasteful and nutritious green ingredients: courgette and avocado. Despite the rare combination of ingredients, this dish is delicious and it’ll provide you with enough…

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The Dinette Teller – 14. The Tomato

The tomato is a popular vegetable, which figures in the cuisine of many countries around the world. It is particularly prominent in Italian cooking, but it was unknown in Europe until Spanish explorers brought it from the Americas. The tomato originated in the highlands of Peru. From there, it eventually expanded to Mexico, where it…

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Salmon Fillets with Asparagus Patè and Seeds Crust

Do you like salmon fillets? It is one of my favourite dishes!  Not only for the exceptional nutritional value that can provide including omega-3,  fatty acids and selenium.  But also because the meat of salmon is so tender and soft. Salmon can be cooked in many different ways: grilled, fried, steamed… but my favourite one is…

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The Dinette Teller Special – International Woman’s Day

International Woman’s Day officially born on the 28th of February 1909. Starting in New York as a result of the efforts of the Socialist Party. Even before that, women’s strokes were becoming popular all around America and Europe. Actually, it was during the first half of the 19th century that women started organising marches and protests.…

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Pastry-crusted Italian Style Burger

Are you planning to spend a nice evening with your friends at home? Are you looking for something delicious to eat all together, but you are bored of the usual burger and takeaway meals? To add a creative touch to your burger in just a few minutes, try this recipe! I have replaced the soft bread…

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The Dinette Teller – 13. The Cookbooks

The first Western cookbook appeared over 1600 years ago. De Re Coquinara, which means “concerning cookery”) is attributed to a Roman gourmet named Apicius. It is probably a compilation of Roman and Greek recipes drawn from manuscripts that were later lost. The editor was sloppy and allowed several duplicated recipes to sneak in. The instructions were…

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