Week 3 of the A to Z Challenge

Hope you all had a nice weekend! Here’s a recap of what was posted on the blog in the third week of the A to Z Challenge! K is for Know your Italian Pasta L is for Limoncello M is for Mozzarella N is for Neapolitan Cuisine O is for Olive Oil P is for…

M is for Mozzarella

I’ve mentioned mozzarella before in my post about the Joy of Italian Cheeses. But honestly, I feel like this cheese deserves some alone-time in the spotlights. Besides that, I wouldn’t do the Italian cuisine theme of this challenge any justice without writing at least one post about this yummy cheese. How often do you get…

J is for Joy of Italian Cheeses

What’s a month of Italian cuisine posts, without one on the fabulous cheeses the country produces? Here are my favourites: Pecorino My personal favourite is, and forever will be, Pecorino cheese. Made of sheep’s milk (hence the name, as┬ápecora is Italian for sheep), there are several regional versions. The Pecorino Romano is most popular outside…

C is for Caprese

From the coast of Ipanema to the Island of Capri… And that’s where we’ll end our journey. The Island of Capri, located in the Mediterranean Sea on the western shore of the boot of Italy, is the birthplace of one of Italy’s most loved dishes. Well, actually Napels is, but the salad wasn’t named after…