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Monthly Archive for November, 2010

Morning at the Farmer’s market

Two months ago I read on the local newspapers that a farmer’s open market was launched in Ta’ Qali, so on Saturday I made my way there to discover this new culinary exhibition. I must say that the area is very well organised and most sellers are set up under small white marquee tents.  This market is a great opportunity […]


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Fast food made at home!

I usually am put off by fast food, whether it is from good restaurants or even worse from food stalls! It may go back to my childhood days when eating burgers or hot dogs away from home was banned! We would never have dared to ask our parents for a burger during some street festival or village feast […]

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Pasta sausage & broccoli

Prepared in a couple of minutes yet it’s so particularly tasty! Ingredients for 4 persons: 400g pasta 1 garlic clove 200g sausage meat, crumbled 1 broccoli, cut into small florets 1 tsp fennel seeds, lightly crushed chili pepper extra virgin olive oil Bring the salted water to a rolling boil and add the broccoli florets. Cook […]

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Smoked salmon crepes

Delicious healthy idea for brunch or breakfast! Ingredients for 4 persons: For the crepes: 150gr flour, sifted 300ml milk 2 eggs 15gr butter fresh dill For the filling: 100gr smoked salmon 200gr cream cheese 1 tblsp green olive pate 1 spring onion Mix together in large bowl the sifted flour diluted with 200ml milk, add […]

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Following last Sunday’s success with the home-made bread I gave it another try this weekend however with a different method for the dough, as suggested by my Mum, and I must say that it gave better results! For the dough: 525g plain flour 1 tbsp sugar 1 1/2 tsp salt 3 tbsp olive oil 1 […]

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Vote for your favourite recipe!

The blog is now one year old and would like to take this opportunity to thank all the avid followers and supporters. Our objective is to keep your tastebuds alert as we post our recipes, inspire you with gastronomic ideas and learn more about the ways and means of food. Many more projects are in the pipeline so keep in touch! Surely, […]

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