PHILOSOKITCHEN - an Italian cook rolling around the world

PHILOSOKITCHEN - an Italian cook rolling around the world

  • 15 Recipes
Born and raised in Bologna, Italy (hometown of lasagna and tortellini!), I grew up under the table of my grandmother helping her making fresh pasta for our Sunday feasts with the family. My passion for food stems from my curiosity, which has led me to tra
VISITING FIRENZE – What and where to eat in Florence

VISITING FIRENZE – What and where to eat in Florence

In Florence, however, have been created several must-to-taste recipes of theItalian cuisine. Sitting on a table after waiting a few minutes, I order a dish of Pappardelle (large Italian noodles) seasoned with wild boar sauce knife-cutting coarsely
CAULIFLOWER SALAD with feta cheese

CAULIFLOWER SALAD with feta cheese

Filippo Trapella - philosokitchen. Italian Serves. Sometimes, when only a few ingredients remain into the fridge andthere isn’t time to go to the grocery, arise very tasty dishes that win over with their simplicity
LENTIL AND GREEN PEA SOUP with bread croutons

LENTIL AND GREEN PEA SOUP with bread croutons

In this case, I served the soup with crispy croutons, but if you prefer add rice, pearl barley, or spelt, cooked in the vegetable broth along with the vegetables
STRUDEL WITH PEARS AND CHOCOLATE

STRUDEL WITH PEARS AND CHOCOLATE

The original strudel ingredients are apples, raisin and pine nuts, wrapped into a thin pastry dusted with powdered sugar
ITALIAN OCTOPUS STEW (polpo alla luciana)

ITALIAN OCTOPUS STEW (polpo alla luciana)

Who invented this tasty recipe is unknown, but the place where it was created is well-known. TheItalian cuisine is famous thanks to several cooks whose name has been lost over the centuries
TRADITIONAL HUMMUS RECIPE

TRADITIONAL HUMMUS RECIPE

alternatively use those pre-cooked, even if the flavor will be less intense. This recipe is very fast, if an exception is made for cooking chickpeas