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Ecco a voi: Matilde!

Ecco a voi: Matilde!

Matilde is almost one month old and as we promised all our loveSicilians here is her picture.
We dwelled a little on the opportunity to publish the photo of Her Cuteness on-line, but then Mamma Stefania and Papà Angelo gave us permission to do so.
And after all, isn't she a piece of the sweetest possible cake?!
Benvenuta Matilde and Happy One Month Anniversary

loveSicily Children cooking class: having fun making arancini and chocolate

loveSicily Children cooking class: having fun making arancini and chocolate

No offence to the many nice loveSicily-over 10 years old guests who made teaching fun and interesting over the years;), but my favourite classes remain those with children!
The energy, the fun and the unexpected questions, remarks and surprises are simply amazing, not to talk about their "cruel honesty" when we get to something they do not like!

Tripbase 2011 Blog Award: Italian Cuisine

Tripbase 2011 Blog Award: Italian Cuisine

Few days ago we got this email:

"I am pleased to inform you that your site has been chosen to receive a Tripbase 2011 Blog Award. 

This year our panel of judges reviewed hundreds of sites from across the Internet before hand-selecting the best ten for each travel category. Your site is among these elite ranks, and can be seen here: 

http://www.tripbase.com/d/awards/2011/categories/winners/italian-cuisine.htm 

Happy Birthday Italia

Happy Birthday Italia

Today, we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the unification of Italy. In Sicily, we have a very warm springy day, so we are all going to the seaside to celebrate. Little time to cook and write a blog story ;)! But more recipes and stories are coming soon!

When I took a cooking class!

When I took a cooking class!

Last week, we went to the BIT in Milan, an international fair dedicated to tourism, little I knew that I was going to end up taking a cooking lesson myself.
I was invited to the Puglia dedicated area for an "orecchiette pasta lesson".
As you can probably notice from the smile on my face, I had so much fun! Zia Nunzia, the lady who was teaching the class kept telling me "perfetto!" and believe me it was such a relief!

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