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Interdonato di Messina: Queen Elizabeth’s favorite lemon is Sicilian

The Interdonato lemon of Messina is Queen Elizabeth’s favourite for her tea breaks at 5 pm. Buckingham Palace supplies itself with the fruits of this area that have grown on the Ionian terraces since the postwar period, but the link with the English dates back to the beginning of the last century. The reasons for …

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How to check oil temperature without a cooking thermometer- three methods to check the oil temperature

How to check oil temperature? Those who love fried food will surely know how important kitchen thermometers are to obtain good frying: whether it is chips, chicken wings, or doughnuts, avoiding going beyond the smoke point is also essential for the health of those who eat. But what if you don’t have a cooking thermometer? …

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Seasoning and flavouring, marinating: the differences between seasonings and how to best use them

What is the difference between seasoning and flavouring? When should vinaigrette be put on the salad? And the spices in the roast? Doubts about how and how much to season are among the most common in the kitchen: thanks to the overabundance of seasonings, many amateur chefs do not have a precise idea of ​​how …

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Lasagna with zucchini and ham: the recipe for the simple and delicious first course

Lasagna with zucchini and ham is a creamy and tasty first course: a white lasagna to be prepared as an alternative to the classic lasagna bolognese or zucchini lasagna. In this recipe, we have made the filling with zucchini, cooked ham, béchamel and stringy mozzarella to obtain a creamy and irresistible lasagna to prepare for …

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Cod in green sauce: the recipe with capers and anchovies

Cod in green sauce is a second tasty and nutritious fish. A perfect recipe to add flavour to the delicacy of cod and prepare a fast and alternative dinner without sacrificing taste and lightness. The green salsa is a typical recipe of the Piedmontese tradition, used to flavour boils of meat or fish. In this …

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Bergamot, the yellow-green gold of Calabria: features and uses

A fruit from mysterious origins has become an important economic source of the Calabrian economy. This is the bergamot, citrus cultivated in Reggio Calabria, famous in the world for its essential oils. From the kitchen to cosmetics passing through medicine, there are many uses of its intense and fragrant essence. How much mystery can be …

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Salmon and barley salad: the recipe for the first summer dish to be enjoyed on the beach

The salmon and barley salad is an ideal first course for a fresh and tasty summer lunch, excellent to be consumed on the beach. A light and genuine dish made with pearl barley and fresh salmon, enriched with baby spinach, avocado and celery, which give the dish an appetizing and aromatic flavour, which will satisfy …

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Braised gyoza: the recipe for irresistible Japanese ravioli

Braised gyoza are the meat ravioli typical of the Japanese culinary tradition and derive from the Chinese jiaozi. They are small bundles of dough, rolled out thinly and artfully sealed with the pressure of your fingers, filled with minced pork, cabbage, spring onions, fresh ginger and soy sauce, ingredients that make their flavour unique and …

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