You might have noted by now that we have a passion for markets and food. When you combine our love for walking between the stalls and peaking in each of them and our impulse to trying new food and plates, you can imagine what were and still are our emotions when we moved to our new house in Melbourne, not far from the central Queen Victoria Market. Continue reading →
It’s been very long since we last shared a post on food. Although eating out, trying new-to-us cuisines and different food are some of our favorite things, another important aspect in our relationship with food involves the process of making a dish.
Here comes a new DIY: a green wood folding door. We did it for my mom’s house: it closes a sort of closet placed under the stairs in her garden. So we wanted something light, that would fit well in the outdoors and especially that could be folded and take up little space. Continue reading →
As you probably know, Matteo worked as a cook in Madrid. But what you don’t know is that he actually worked in Pizza shop for about two years. So he has quite a good hand with preparing dough, rising times and creating yummy stuff from simple ingredients. So he decided he wanted to try to make homemade bagels! Continue reading →
While in Italy last year (yes, I know, long time ago, but I thought just now it would be nice to share this post) my husband put his cooking skills to test quite a lot. We don’t plan to be sharing all the recipes, since unluckily most of the times we didn’t take pictures. We did though document a few. So here comes the first one (well actually the second one, since we already shared the Jujube compote recipe).
When Matteo and I moved from Venice to Padova, I really needed a bike. Padova is a great city for people who love riding a bike: it’s not too big, so you really get everywhere on a bike, and in the last years the city administration tried implementing the cycling lanes Continue reading →