giugno 26, 2016

Sicilian tapas, delicious finger food for our guests

My beautiful foodies, today I am gonna show you some creative ideas of food we can offer to friends when they come to visit us. Starters, […]
giugno 3, 2016

My first reci-view is “Swordfish Palermo style” with director Egidio Termine

Dear Friends and Foodies, the Sicilian Cuisine Blog is very excited to introduce our first video recipe/interview. For those of you who love Sicilian food, movies, […]
maggio 15, 2016

Fancy a barbecue? Choose the “involtini alla messinese”

Do you know how to make very easy beef skewers in Messina style? Well… let’s go back for one second… If you have ever lived in […]
aprile 20, 2016

Fusion food: how to make healthy and creative snacks!

My fusion bruschetta with mozzarella tomato and guacamole Have you ever felt creative while preparing a healthy snack? Last week I bought some Sicilian buffalo mozzarella […]
marzo 6, 2016

The homemade Sicilian beef stew: we call it “Spezzatino!”

Have you ever heard the word “spezzatino“? It’s a word used in Sicily that refers to a very traditional dish and even though you won’t find […]
febbraio 6, 2016

Sicilian homemade bread fritters: for Carnival, but not only!

Do you know how to prepare some bread fritters for Carnival? In my family the Sunday before the famous pancake tuesday (that precedes Ash wednesday) we […]
gennaio 17, 2016

Pasta with borages, healthy and comfort food at the same time

Have you ever heard of borage vegetables? This veg, whose original name is borago officinalis, grows spontaneously here in some spots of Sicily in the winter […]
dicembre 19, 2015

Fresh pecorino cheese in batter, a real treat for your feasts!

Do you know what is “Primosale in pastella”? If you happened to read my blog before I am sure those two words are quite familiar. Primosale […]
novembre 1, 2015

The traditional sweet in Catania for All Souls Day? It’s the “Rame di Napoli!”

Do you know what the ‘Rame di Napoli’ are? Literally the translation means Naples’ copper and they are a dessert prepared for the festivity of All […]
ottobre 17, 2015

Sicilian Ragù: the classic seasoning for pasta and rotisserie

Do you know what “Ragù alla Siciliana” is? The term ragù comes originally from the French ragout and is basically a sauce with meat that is […]
settembre 19, 2015

Time for harvesting the “green gold”: it’s the Bronte’s pistachio!

A plant of Bronte’s pistachio – Photo by Giuseppe Di Bella Do you know why the pistachio nut cultivated in Bronte (province of Catania) is one […]
agosto 9, 2015

Ainsley Harriott’s Street Food in Palermo

Last year I was contacted by Channel Four to be part of this tv show which was shot in my city. In this episode, Chef and […]