Lacinato kale vegetable garden

 

Lacinato kale vegetable garden

Lacinato kale vegetable garden

Lacinato kale vegetable garden

Lacinato kale vegetable garden. is a variety of kale with a long tradition in Italian cuisine, especially that of Tuscany. It is also known as Tuscan kale, Italian kale, dinosaur kale, kale, flat back kale, palm tree kale, or black Tuscan palm. Lacinato kale has been grown in Tuscany for centuries, and is one of the traditional ingredients of minestrone and ribollita. (wikipedia).

Sacripantina Dessert !

Sacripantina Dessert

Sacripantina Dessert

Sacripantina Dessert

In the picture the cake realized by chef Alessandro Massone that with Felice Zingarelli is the owner of “Trattoria Rosmarino” in Genoa.

Is a typical dessert hailing from Genoa.  It comprises three layers of liqueur-soaked sponge cake separated by two layers of cream filling often a standard custard and one flavored with chocolate and hazelnut, though some versions contain a layer of zabaglione. Pastry chef Giovanni Preti, whose dolciaria still stands in Genoa’s Piazza Portello, created the cake in 1851.

Enjoy Sacripantina in your favourite Pastry or you can find it at the Trattoria Rosmarino in Genoa.

Val Maira

Val Maira

Val Maira

Val Maira

The Maira Valley (Val Màira in Piedmontese) is an alpine valley in the province of Cuneo, taking its name from the Maira stream that runs through its length.
The valley is bordered to the north by the Varaita valley, which runs parallel; to the south it borders in the lower valley with the Grana valley and in the upper valley with the Stura di Demonte valley; to the west it borders with France and to the east it has its outlet on the Po valley. It is about 45 km long and is cut in half by the stream that gives it its name: the Maira.

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