I didn’t know who Nigella Lawson was. That’s awful and unforgivable, I know. But the moment my friend V. introduced me to her books I became a huge fan. We’ve been trying some of her recipes but I have to admit that the ones included in her book Nigella express are our fave because they are all about good fast food. Everything in that book is easy, comforting and delicious. Besides, the recipes require almost no time to be on the plate ready to be eaten.
We spent this weekend in Copenhagen. It was a last minute decision and it was wonderful! We enjoyed every minute of it! Copenhagen is one of our favourite cities, it has so much to offer and the people are gorgeous and kind. Since it’s Monday and Monday means delicious food for The slow pace, here you have some yummy addresses in case you visit the city and you don’t know where to eat: Lagkagehuset: a great place to buy all kinds of Danish pastries, sandwiches and small salads, if you don’t want to do carbs. But we recommend that you try carbs here. Lots of them. If you are on the go you can grab a couple of their delicious sandwiches or even have a quick but amazing breakfast at one of its different locations. Ol&Grill: if you love meat, you’ll love this place. Fantastic hamburgers and sirloin steaks. Look at that picture!!!Placed in the famous Nyhavn, it can be full of tourists but well, if you are there you probably are a tourist!! The …
I’ve been looking for inspiration lately. For me that means spending more hours on the internet, buying tons of magazines and trying to watch more films and read more books. In the past few weeks I’ve attended a cinema workshop, I went back to reading in Italian and I’ve found out that I love this magazine. So, as you can see this inspiration search is not only productive, but lots of fun too! Of course, I’ve been trying new recipes (sometimes with a little success, sadly) and today I wanted to share with you one of the greatest food blogs that I’ve discovered recently: Spork Fork Bacon. I honestly don’t know how I have managed to live without it! Here you have my favourite recipes, if you’d like to see… – Lightly roasted green beans – A Simple bloody mary – Pumpkin Hummus – Almond butter soba noodles with garlic shrimps – And the most amazing Brie filled baklava! Image via Spork Fork Bacon. PS: You can follow us on Bloglovin, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Looking forward to …
We wanted to make a getaway this month and spend a nice long weekend in London. But as they say, life got in the way. So sadly, we won’t be able to visit this fantastic place this moth. Nevertheless, we’ve decided to make a little hommage to London and share with you the 11 things we love about it.
This is one of my favourite dishes. It’s a Venetian recipe that my grandmother used to prepare all the time. Sadly, we lost her recipe when we lost her seven years ago. I’ve tried to recreate it since then and, although the results never match her delicious creamy spicy Risi e Bisi, I’ve came up with a quite nice dish.
Last week we have a belated birthday celebration. We decided to try breakfast in one of our favourite restaurants in Bremen, Presse.
I’ve eaten tons of pizzas in my life, but none has ever tasted better than my mother’s homemade pizza margherita. She has this theory: to really know if a place serves really good pizza, you have to order marguerita, the most humble and simple version of pizza. Well, she knows what she’s talking about because she makes the BEST margherita. And you are lucky: she is sharing her recipe (which was my grandmother’s recipe) with us today!
Today we want to recommend you three great places to grab a bite in Dublin. These are our friend’s favourites, we didn’t discovered them by chance nor read about them in any guide. They are tested and approved by our friends who live in Dublin, so good quality is guaranteed!
Hello everyone! How’s your Monday going? Today we would like to dedicate a moment to one of our favourite ingredients: Maldon Sea Salt. We discovered it a few years ago and since then we can’t cook without it. These amazing little sea salt flakes enhance flavours like no other condiment does. This salt is hand-harvested, really made by nature, which makes its flavour unique. Your kitchen needs Maldon Sea Salt. Its pureness will make all your dishes stand out. You can find it in most of the food halls of any department store, but don’t be scared by the gourmet appearance of this product. You can really use it in your everyday recipes. We love to sprinkle a little bit of Maldon salt on our roasted or grilled vegetables and even in our cookies. We pretty much use it in every meal! What about you? Do you have any favourite ingredient? Images via Maldon Salt
Hi there! How was your weekend? Ours was super quiet, just as we like it. On Friday we enjoyed our favourite TV series with our favourite dinner lately: avocado toasts. On Saturday we went shopping and have lunch in the coolest restaurant in Bremen, Presse, and had our favourite lunch: tuna burgers. They were spectacular! You can have a look at them in our instagram account (@theslowpace). Finally on Sunday we prepared our favourite marinated chicken. So, since this weekend has been alll about our favourite meals, we thought we could share with you our October favourites, those recipes we are going to try this month! 1. Zucchini parmesan crisps: the perfect snack. 2. Chocolate babka: we didn’t knew this thing existed, but we have to try it. It looks like heaven to us. 3. Mac and cheese: we have tro try this American classic. Comfort food perfect for the early cold days of Autumn. 4.Cookies that look like doughnuts. I mean: cookies that look like doughnuts! 5. Butternut and seet potato soup: butternut and …