Roasted rack of ribs

Roasted rack of ribs
Succulent pork ribs roasted with garlic and our signature spices (cayenne pepper, cumin, paprika, adobo, and ground black pepper).

There is no better way ( according to us) to taste this amazing cut of meat. We love to cook it this way, as the meat stay juicy on the inside and crunchy on the outside. The tenderness of this premium cut of meat with it’s natural fat wrapped within a delicious crust still moist and flavored from the mixture of spices. Each single piece of meat is full of outstanding flavor, with the perfect balance of fat, heat, sweetness, and smokiness, leaving you satisfied with every bite. 
What you will need to replicate this dish our way in your own kitchen :

A 4/6 organic rack of rib 
5 large potatoes 

1 bulb of garlic

1 tablespoon of cayenne pepper

2 teaspoons of ground cumin

1 tablespoon of sweet paprika 

3 teaspoons of Adobo seasoning 

Freshly ground black pepper

This is the finished dish after roasting in the oven for 1 hour and 40 minutes at 200 °C
   
 
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We’re back, we brought Ravioli!

Dear friends! 

We’ve managed to fix the small tweaks we had to do to our blog, and we’re back! There is not better way than come back to you with a lovely home cooked meal. Tonight that is : Ravioli with Ricotta, Radicchio Trevigiano and Speck filling in a cream sauce made with Hungarian Salami. The parcels are made with egg-based pasta dough really thin, adding dry chicory powder to make the parcels dough in a vibrant red. For the filling we’ve used some Ricotta cheese and the Radicchio previously cooked down with salt and pepper, and added few bits of Speck, a lovely smoked Italian ham which is often used as perfect companion for the Radicchio. 

The parcels have been served with a cream sauce made with black pepper, sweet paprika and strips of Hungarian Salami. Really creamy, really tasty, really good. Enjoy!  

  

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The Oven is on, let’s cook something! Puff pastry savory pie

Hello there! Was about to cook dinner and we had all the prep ingredients ready, some good smoked pork sausage, mature asiago cheese, sun-dried tomatoes and some already seasoned baby champignon mushrooms. The idea was to make a delicious salad, maybe adding some lettuce, arugula and finely chopped carrots, but the oven was on so we change the recipe, cooking an amazing puff pastry savory pie using the same ingredients, and still serving the salad, as side dish. 

 
The result a really tasty flakey savory pie, with some delicious melted and tasteful cheese and sausage and some really good sun-dried tomatoes and mushrooms. We chosen to drink a glass of red Apulia region red wine, a glass of fresh and crisp 13% alcohol, Salice Salentino DOC. 

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Feliz Cinco de Mayo! 

We ought to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, one of the most important Mexican holidays that is celebrated on this day. The victory of the Mexican army in what is also remembered as the Battle of La Puebla against the French. You’ll find all sorts of mexican delicious recipes and famous dishes being cooked all over the U.S. to honor the Mexican heritage on this festive day. 

We wanted to celebrate Cinco de Mayo as well, and tonight’s meal had some mexican influence indeed. We served soft flour home-made tortillas with organic minced pork, bell peppers, and onions. The vegetables cooked down with onions, garlic, chillies, paprika, and adobo in some e.v.o.o. The meat slowly browned to perfection with black pepper, chilli flakes, and our secret sauce…. ketchup.

    
While we know we should have had to drink a nice margarita or a nice cold cerveza we have chosen a nice glass of red instead, pairing our dinner with some Malvasia Nero from the Apulia region in Southern Italy. 

A really good dinner indeed, so once again Feliz Cinco de Mayo and enjoy as we did! Like this post or any other of our food-focused episodes, if the answer is yes, no or maybe… In any case  we would love to hear from you, drop us a line to say hello or if you need the complete recipe to feed your loved one via email or check our social pages on Twitter – Instagram – Tumblr – Facebook and don’t miss our articles featured on the Blogher platform.

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Wednesday dinner? We’ve chosen #Curry!

Hello there! At dinner time, especially mid week we’re always tempted to cook our favorite recipes and Curry Chicken is definitely one of them. 

Tender pieces of corn-fed chicken breast, seasoned with adobo, black pepper, sweet paprika, Trinidadian Curry and cumin. The meat slowly cooked with extra virgin olive oil, fresh garlic, yellow onions and potatoes.

The end result a delicious curry full of flavor, spicy from the chilli, creamy from the potatoes, slightly smoked from the sweet paprika and with an amazing pleasurable aftertaste from the cumin, this deliciousness served over perfectly steamed Basmati Rice

 
We usually drink a nice cold beer with our curries, however, tonight we have tried an interesting yet superb wine pairing with this dish, accompanying  this fulfilling curry with a great glass of red wine : Aglianico dell’Irpinia DOC.

Enjoy as we did!  

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Interesting Gourmet  #Burger in #Salerno 

On a rainy Monday night, we planned to go out with friends and try this spot located in Salerno city center, after reading a few reviews buzzing about their gourmet burgers. The location was quite cozy and also surprisingly busy on a Monday night, which is a natural sign that they are doing things right. 

The menu offers an endless variety of combinations to satisfy everyone’s taste. There is in fact the possibility of choosing different kinds of buns (we opted for  all-wheat and black, made with grano saraceno) a wide range of patties including black angus, pork, the famous juicy lucy, chicken, and a vegitarian option. The possibility of customization goes way further with different choices of toppings, cheeses, sauces, and side orders. The choices of drinks is also wide, we tried an artisan lager and we don’t regret our pick. We would recommend you pay these guys a visit next time you’re in Salerno, Italy. ( For further information we refer you to their official website burgerbaritalia.com )

   

   

Enjoy!

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Shepherd’s pie our way was the perfect Saturday night meal!

Hello there! 

Shepherd’s pie our way was the perfect Saturday night meal! We have been cooking this dish using the same recipe for years now, when we used to live in the United Kingdom. 

This dish is satisfying and fulfilling every time, it might be from the richness of the meat, or the creamyness of the potatoes not sure, but trust us It does taste amazing. A base of minced organic pork meat cooked down with a blend of spices including chilli and adobo, mixed with sweet peas, onions, garlic and champignon mushroom. The mix is then covered with a fluffy and buttery layer of mash potatoes covered with herbs flavored bread crumbs and baked until golden brown. A one pot meal that always hit the spot.

  
We have paired this one with a bold and rich glass of Montepulciano D’Abruzzo DOC an intense red from the Abruzzo region in Central Italy.

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Tuna #Burger? Why not!

Tuna is good, fresh and delicious but can be boring sometimes. Burgers are an all time favorite but you cannot eat meat for dinner every night of the week, so why not combine the two and come up with an interesting mid-week dinner fix. Tuna burger with french beans, red onions and sun-dried tomato, all topped up with a generous dollop of home-made mayo in a soft sesame bun.

  
The tuna fillet steamed to perfection then seasoned with extra virgin olive oil, chilli flakes and rock salt, topped up with some organic french beans steamed and seasoned with e.v.o.o and garlic, finishing off the sandwich with some flavorful sun-dried tomato. 

We paired our tuna sandwich with a generous glass of Greco di Tufo DOCG, a widely available crisp and fresh grape variety from the Campania region in Southern Italy. 

Enjoy!

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Potatoes Gateau, taking spuds to the next level!

Ciao all! 

Potatoes are good, none of us can turn down a serving of mash and gravy or some fresh cut fries. Besides the classic dishes we make with potatoes there is one that always leaves us satisfied : Potatoes Gateau a mix of coarsely mashed boiled potatoes, mixed with cheese and cold cuts, covered with breadcrumbs and then baked until golden brown.

We mixed  our organic potatoes once boiled with a pinch of salt, black pepper, mature Pecorino cheese from Sardinia, Parmiggiano Reggiano and some Salsiccia piccante an Italian cold cut similar to Pepperoni Sausage. The mixture of goodness has been placed in the tray and covered with an abundant sprinkle of chili flakes flavored breadcrumbs, the dish then baked until golden brown. Just delicious! 

  

We love this dish also because of its versatility, in fact can be eaten as main meal, as side dish or why not as finger food, on top of that it taste lovely both warm or cold! Tonight we’ve paired it with a nice glass of Cannonau a bold red wine from the Italian Island of Sardinia. Don’t worry, a dedicated review of this surprising red will be posted in the coming days. Enjoy as we did!

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Surprising vegetarian Sunday dinner: Ravioli with ricotta cheese & spinach, with creamy spinach sauce.

Let’s admit it we do love ourselves some fulfilling recipes which most of the times uses meat. Well tonight  wasn’t the case, a surprising vegetarian dish which was tasteful, delicious and with some intense flavors.

Fresh ravioli with ricotta cheese and spinach filling served with a creamy spinach sauce. The parcel of thin egg-base pasta dough were filled with a delicious mix made with fresh ricotta cheese, black pepper, spinach, salt, nutmeg and mature parmesan cheese. The sauce, a cream base flavored with a touch of e.v.o.o, black pepper, nutmeg, and the previously steamed organic spinach also used for the filling of the ravioli.

  

The result a creamy,tasty and fulfilling dish with different shades of flavor. We paired this this with a nice glass of Lambrusco Fermo IGT.

Enjoy your Sunday dinner!

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