Stories & Recipes in Tuscany
Projects and Cooperations
Tuscan Cooking Classes
About Cooking Classes
Tuscan Country Cooking Class
Gluten-free Tuscan Cooking Class
Vegetarian Tuscan Country Cooking Class
Market visit and Tuscan Country Cooking Class
Fresh Pasta Cooking class and Cinta senese farm visit
Cooking class and visit to a local organic microbrewery
Cooking class and visit to a Pecorino cheese farm
Cooking Class and visit to a Saffron Farm
Cooking Class and visit to a Chianina Farm
The Most Loved
My Tuscan foodie guide
Walnut and chocolate cake to celebrate
Spongata, a Jewish jam and nut cake from Lungiana, Tuscany
What a Juls’ Kitchen cooking class tastes like: Torta della nonna
Rita, Nigella and me: in praise of imperfection. Torta margherita with limoncello
Rainy weekend project: raspberry-ricotta cake
How do you use your leftover chocolate? I made a Tuscan bundt cake
Citrus pound cake. Where everything began.
Tiny apple cakes for the weekend. Your house will smell of orange, butter and Cointreau.
Gluten free butternut squash bundt cake. Things you bake after a walk.
A tea moment and an old Italian gluten free cake: pasta margherita.
Carrot and almond cake. Browsing through sweet memories…
Why July is my special month and a lemon polenta cake
Artusi’s ricotta pudding. My shelter in times of trouble.
Whole wheat crostata with lemon marmalade. It took me some time to fall in love with crostate.
Artusi’s potato cake from a century old recipe
Happiness is (sharing) a slice of chocolate cake
September again, cooking classes and a good apple cake
Happy Birthday Juls!
Walking hand in hand. Ricotta and peach cake and the JK newsletter
A simple crostata: thank you for the ordinary that becomes extraordinary
Bread pudding cake for breakfast
Sponge roll with chocolate to celebrate 4 years of blogging
Citrus Yoghurt Cake for Great British Chef
I start with the breakfast. Butternut squash cake
A virtual baby shower for Emiko: a sponge cake with custard and chocolate
My olive oil and tangerine chocolate cake
Where the lemons are sweet and the smiles are true: lemon bundt cake
The Region of Tuscany's
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