In addition to our traditional homemade Italian recipes, we also do a weekly “coffee chat” where we invite you to our table to discuss American & Italian food, language, culture, or lifestyle. Of course these chats will be way more fun if it’s a two-way conversation, so we invite you to share your opinions and…
These are a few of my favorite things for the month of September! Who doesn’t love talking about their favorites?! Monthly favorites is one of my favorite trends in the blogosphere and I’m joining in on the fun this month. My September favorites don’t belong to any specific category, just things that are life-changing or…
Some Bear’s traditions I’m trying to bring back from Italy to the US.
Goldilocks left again… 😦
Food seems to be more presentation that anything else nowadays. Let us know what you think.
An american girl’s dream birthday in Venice. (Caution, hunger inducing food pictures inside)
A italian introspecion on Italian’s strict food code, and why italians really don’t understand what foreigners do with their cuisine.
After coming back from Italy, food is not the same anymore!
We love good food, and we love it quick. But we love it homemade.Home made food to freeze and reuse later!
In Italy I ate cookies for breakfast, and it was considered totally normal! In the U.S. it would be a guilty pleasure (especially because our cookies are much sweeter than Italian ones!). Breakfast is usually hearty and savory, with the exception of some sweet pastries like cinnamon rolls, muffins and doughnuts. Italians prefer a sweet breakfast, like…