Sunday, January 24, 2010


The last but one weekend in the month is one I look forward to because that's when Corriere della Sera publishes its excellent cookbook. This month's is the fifth edition and, like the others, it contains interesting foodie articles as well as recipes. I might have to get yet another bookcase, though!

And what better way to spend an hour on a Saturday afternoon than to buy your paper and cookbook, then browse through them over a tea and a slice of Bar Edicolè's lightest mandarin cake?


Anne in Oxfordshire said...

A delightful way to spend an hour or so..sound like a lovely monthly book.

I cannot believe how many books you have. I Love books too, and never without something to read.

Rosaria Williams said...

How lucky you are to be able to read and follow instructions in two languages. Do share!

Unknown said...

Hi my friend

I think it's delicious.


Claude said...

That's a beautiful looking cake! And I'll certainly try the chicken recipe the widget (under your post) is sending us to. Thanks!

Whispering Walls said...

Wow - what a cake!

Devonshire Dumpling said...

That mandarin cake looks beautiful

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Hi, Anne. Can't stop collecting books! Hi, lakeviewer. I'll share any recipes I try from these. Hi, Kinha. Nice to see you. Auguri. Hi, Claudia. Glad you liked the idea of the chicken recipe. Claudia, DD and WW - it's the lightest cake I've ever tasted!


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