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I have been teaching cooking classes to hundreds of people for over a decade now and the best part of the experience has always been sharing our passion for food, personal kitchen anecdotes, cooking tips and exchanging recipes.

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Today is Martedì Grasso, (Mardì Gras/Shrove Tuesday) and as tradition requires we are celebrating the end of Carnevale cooking "gnucchitti", as m

This morning, I made this recipe for breakfast and considering how successful it was with my family, I decided to share the recipe with you.

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 lesso

There is no winter in Sicily without a trip to mount Etna to enjoy nature on the volcano slopes, its snow, its woods and the excellent food you ca

When they ask me for classic Sicilian recipes, like the one for cannoli, it is always difficult to give a straight answer because there are various

Last month I tried the latest creation by the Rocca dei Conti

Yesterday, we hosted a team from Tetrapak for a team-building culinary competition.

Today the world celebrates the 4th Annual International Day of Italian Cuisine and this year the chosen recipe is Pesto alla Genovese.

It looks like this year there will be no winter season in Sicily, we are flying from autumn straight into spring.

Back from New Years celebrations in Cyprus with my in-laws, I could not miss the chance to buy spices at Limassol old market for some friends and f

The 2010 LoveSicily Christmas recipe is my Ravioli with Piacentino cheese, Walnuts and Pasta amara (100% cocoa) served with a sage and but

After a full immersion into Modica's chocolate and its Chocobarocco festival, today I decided to prepare something special with yet some more choco