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Welcome on Juls' Kitchen

Ciao, I am Giulia. I am a food writer and photographer and I teach Tuscan cooking classes in my family house in the countryside. I was born and bred in Tuscany. I started this blog in 2009 to collect family recipes and stories.

Tommaso, my better half, joined the team in 2015 when he moved in from Florence. He now loves the country life as much as he loves my food. He is the tech guy and the video maker, besides being the head tester at Juls’ Kitchen.

If you like traditional, seasonal food, the Tuscan countryside and a genuine approach to life, you’re in the right place!

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Letters from Tuscany is an anchor to Italy, to the Italian table and our loud conviviality, a reason to experiment with less known ingredients, and the voice of a friend in the kitchen.

Cucina Povera: The Italian Way of Transforming Humble Ingredients into Unforgettable Meals

With more than 100 recipes, Cucina Povera celebrates the best of the Italian resourceful, thrifty and inventive cooking tradition, from pappa al pomodoro (aka leftover bread and tomato soup) to Florentine Beef Stew, Nettle and Ricotta Gnudi, and Sicilian Watermelon Pudding.
 Soul-satisfying, budget-friendly, and easy to make, it’s exactly how so many of us want to eat today.
Cooking this way transforms ingredients into hearty meals that are more than the sum of their parts.
The book will be available everywhere books are sold on April 4, but it is available for preorder now, online and at your favorite local bookstore.

“First we eat, then we do everything else.” - M.F.K. Fisher

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