My mum is back in Spain. Sad face. She has been here for almost a month and now the house feels empty without her. Luckily, she will be back in a few weeks for the Chistmas Market. Yay! But before she left we took her to eat the best pizza in Bremen.
This is the kind of recipe we usually prepare (or should we say improvise?) during a lazy rainy Sunday. You will need just a few basic ingredients and no measures, no rush…basically no rules. Just a little bit of nice music while you prepare it and lots of love for home made slow cooked food.
This is our perfect lunch for a lazy Sunday. Simple but high quality products, a little bit of sunshine and a nice conversation. A couple of weeks ago I visited my family in Italy and I brought home some excelent local products. Among them, this fantastic Sopressa vicentina. Last Sunday we decided to eat a little bit… with some Parmigiano cheese and roasted pepper buschette. A really easy Italian lunch than could be perfect for an unexpected dinner with friends this Summer.
This weekend we payed a visit to a restaurant we’ve wanted to try for a few weeks. I had the opportunity to interview the owner for my last article in El Viajero and since then I was super curious. This restaurant has a little gourmet shop in the front where you can buy thousands of delicatessen from the Mediterranean area. Back in the dining room, you can enjoy delicious dishes in a truly charming atmosphere.