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Pa Amb Tomàquet

40 minutes | easy

Focaccia Genovese

3.5s hours | medium

Pomodori Ripieni

20 minutes | easy

Chocolate Cake to make people fall in love (with you)

45 minutes | easy

Risotto Zucchine e Guanciale

40 minutes | medium

Fregola with sausage ragù

50 minutes | easy

Recipe of the month

Shallot Tarte Tatin

France is unanimously considered the richest country from an enogastronomic point of view, especially with regards to refined and high quality wines and food. It has always and will forever be compared to its neighbour, Italy, although I like to believe that both countries have wonderful products, landscapes, cities and cultures to offer which are equally valuable, one isn’t better than the other. Tarte Tatin is one of my favorite products of French cuisine. The wonderful pastry is traditionally made with caramelized apples and was created by the Tatine sisters in their hotel. It quickly became one of the most popular desserts and ways of cooking – upside down – fruit with pastry. Due to the excellent flavour and texture caramelisation gives foods, chefs nowadays experiment with making Tarte Tatin with vegetables and other produce. 

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