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Ciao, I am Giulia Scarpaleggia, a Tuscan born and bred country girl, a home cook, a food writer and a photographer. I teach Tuscan cooking classes in my house in the countryside in between Siena and Florence, where my family has been living since the 1920’s and where I live now with my husband, Tommaso, and our dog, Noa. 
I’ve been sharing honest, reliable Italian recipes for 10 years now, through my cookbooks and this blog.

If you love everything about Italian food, big crowded tables and seasonal ingredients, join us and follow our podcast “Cooking with an Italian accent“.

Why an Italian accent? Well, I’m pretty sure you can hear it when I talk, and you can taste it when I cook. I invite you into our home in the Tuscan countryside, into this busy kitchen and into my well stocked pantry.

In each episode, we talk about traditional food and the memories it stirs up, we meet friends and producers and we build up an appetite for Italian food.

I will also answer listeners’ questions about Italian and Tuscan cooking, about that pack of dried cannellini beans you do not know how to use, about extra virgin olive oil or our love for stale bread. So, if you have a question in your mind, just email me at juls@julskitchen.com or join our Facebook Group Cooking with Juls’ Kitchen. I’ll answer your questions at the end of each episode.

Be sure to subscribe on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spreaker or wherever you are listening to a podcast. Rate and review the show. It will help us to be found on line and build up an appetite for Italian food. Share with your friends, too!

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Episode show notes
27May 20

EP38 – Our virtual Tuscan cooking class

Juls’ Kitchen is a family business. Tommaso and I work together to teach classes, develop recipes for clients, taking photos, producing the podcast, and writing the blog and the newsletter,…

15May 20

EP37 – In conversation with: Regula Ysewijn

This is a special episode with a dear friend, Regula Ysewijn. We met in London in 2011, at the Food Blogger Connect, and since then we’ve become best friends, supporting…

24Apr 20

Episode 36 – How do you learn to cook?

One of the few positive aspects of this eternal lockdown is that I had the chance to learn new recipes and techniques. Usually, I am too busy trying to respect…

17Apr 20

Episode 35 – Cooking during the lockdown

I didn’t think my way of cooking would change much during the lockdown. I thought I was already quite organised, with a well-stocked pantry, responsible in using my ingredients and…

03Apr 20

Episode 34 – Comfort Food

There are two different aspects of comfort food: on one side, there’s the food that gives you comfort and pleasure when you eat it, like pappa al pomodoro, on the…

24Feb 20

Episode 33 – What is food for me

After 11 years of blogging, a love born by stirring a ciambellone on a kitchen stool with mum, 5 cookbooks, a podcast, countless projects never launched or lost along the way, and numerous dreams…

08Jan 20

Episode 29 – My 2020 word: intentionality

Until a few years ago, come January I would write a list of goals and good intentions. I felt productive, optimist, effective. Within a few months, though, that list would…

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