A sunny dish for this rainy day: Zucchini alla scapece

Oh my . . . how long has it been! So long that I almost feel as intimidated as I was when I wrote my first post. In fact, one of the reason why I haven't been writing is because I did not know how to come back. I kept thinking: "Am I supposed to …

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Day two of My Easter Baking Marathon . . . Pizza Piena

The Pizza Piena is a traditional Neapolitan recipe very typical during Easter time. In Naples they call it “Pizza Chiena” and it is a must on the Easter Sunday table. It's a traditional country pie and, as I mentioned in my previous post, it is called Chiena or Piena (full) because it's very much stuffed …

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Making Limoncello

Today I will diverge from my Holiday theme because I was able to taste my homemade Limoncello. It is still up for debate where this lemon liqueur originated between Sorrento, Amalfi and Capri. The liqueur first appeared in 1900, but only in 1988 Massimo Canale registered the first trademark “Limoncello”.  Still, at that time only a …

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