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HI, I bought your book, just wanted to know the measurements for the filling ingredients in the foccace recipe? Is there a proportion for the ingredients or just to taste?. Also how much filling do I add to each sheet of dough, before I fold it over three times? Do I seal both ends?
Hi Tyara =)
I hope you enjoy the book! As for the measurements of the fillings, there are none…..fillings are to your liking. This is the same for the amount of the fillings…..some like fillings on the heavy side, others like just a bit of filling so they can taste the dough better. It’s all up to you. No, you do not need to seal the ends =)
My names Molly and I’m a journalist for Bellavita Magazine – an Italian food magazine based in London.
I love your website and your passion for authentic and delicious Italian food – especially your Champagne baked fish.
I don’t know if you’ve heard of us, Bellavita is the biggest international trade show solely dedicated to showcasing the best Made-in-Italy produce! We travel all around the globe to share the best Italian produce in the business with Expos in London, Amsterdam and Chicago.
Our magazine has readers all across Europe and America as well as a section on our site that is solely dedicated to food bloggers (called Tiraminews). Would you be interested in being featured on our site?
I hope to hear back from you soon!
Hello, I am considering retiring in Sicily, currently Triscina, but really I would like to be anywhere close to the ocean and safe. I love food, wine, and the outdoors. I know I can get these demands pretty much anywhere in Sicily, but do you have recommendations? I am married with two tennagers. So, the teenagers will most likely not be residing with us much longer. I would like a town larger enough to have some shops and a restaurant or two. Nothing large.
I am enjoying your posts and information.
Hi Dustin, thanks for taking the time to write. Yes, in the province of Ragusa there are a lot of small towns. If you would like to be near the beach, you may like the town of Pozzallo (population: 25K). Its very touristy in the summer, yet very quiet the rest of the year. Or Modica (population: 60k). Both towns have everything you need. Modica has a hospital as well. Yet there are also many smaller towns in the province. The towns I mentioned plus others make up the province of Ragusa (where we live). It’s one of the more desired places to live because it offers small town life, close to the beach, yet all the amenities you would need. Hope this helps! =)
wondering why the pizza recipe gets cut off…the article stops after a fews lines. Thank you. Dean Pappas
Ciao!….Just click on the title of the post to continue reading the recipe =)
i have been looking for the recipe for the rotisserie chicken wity the potatoes and black olives ever since we left Sicily in 1980. we always would stop sand pick one up for dinner on Friday nights whe4n we lived in Belpasso. Would you happen to know the ingredients and instructions?
Hi Kim =) There are actually a couple of them, so I would need more details. Do you remember the other ingredients?
I ordered your book, but it did not start automatically and when I clicked the click here it told me safari could not down load this file. I am working from mymipad. I tried it again directly from your email and I was told the I exceeded the number of downloads allowed!?
I am very excited to receive your book, I have been watching you in Facebook and Pinterest, I recently signed up for your news letter.
I love what you write and what you share with us, but mostly I feel like I have a friend in Sicily talking to me!
Both my Grandparents were born and raised in St. Elia, and I sncerely wish to visit their hometown someday. So thank you for making my dream seem a little closer to achieving!
Thanks so much for your sweet comments! I hope you can visit Sicily one day….it truly is a beautiful island! I will send you the link to the cookbook via email…you will be sure to receive it that way! Buona Giornata!