Rye sour soup is the PERFECT dish for chilly winter nights. Don’t let the name scare you. It is smoky, hearty, and DELICIOUS!
Nominate The Traveling Cook Abroad for Italy Magazine’s best food/travel blog of 2017!
A quick update for fellow foodies, travelers, and explorers!
Cheat Eats: Venice. Eating out in the Floating City doesn’t have to be expensive, and here’s why:
If you like the Swedish meatballs at IKEA – well, you’re in for a treat. These are MUCH BETTER!
Five ingredients. Five minutes. Voila! An easy peasy sauce to fancify your dinner!
Not sure how to cook gnocchi? Why not the Sorrento way?! My favorite gnocchi recipe is topped with pomodoro, basil sauce with (lots) of salty, melty buffalo mozzarella. YUM!
Check out this AMAZING traditional gnocchi recipe that we picked up from the “mama” at our B&B in Amalfi!
UPDATE: I haven’t been posting for a while, and here’s why.
READ THIS before traveling to Barcelona. From arrival, to where to eat and stay, to tipping etiquette and more. This is your all-in-one guide for Barcelona!
These oh-so-good sweet potato brownies are packed full of nutrients and are dangerously delightful. Just don’t tell the kids they’re healthy 🙂
I love this recipe so much, I’ve eaten it 28 days in a row. This spicy, nutrient-packed sweet potato hash is killer for any meal of the day.