02
jan
tortelli

Tortelli

Ingredients ( for 6 people):

- 500 gr boiled potatoes
- 50 gr bacon or sausages
- 5 tablespoon of tomatoe sauce
- salt
- pepper and nutmeg powder grated
- pecorino cheese
- 1 garlic clove

Boil the potatoes till tender and let it cool. Once they are cool, peel the skins. In a deep pan, heat some olive oil and cook the the garlic finely chopped with the bacon /or sausage. Once cooked, add the tomato suace. Add the potatoes in the sauce and mix well. Place the fresh pasta on the table in strips...

20
jun
vitamine

Vitamine

Vitamine sind organische Verbindungen, die der Organismus nicht als Energieträger, sondern für andere lebenswichtige Funktionen benötigt, die jedoch der Stoffwechsel nicht bedarfsdeckend synthetisieren kann. Vitamine müssen mit der Nahrung aufgenommen werden, sie gehören zu den essentiellen Stoffen. Pflanzen benötigen keine Vitamine, sie können alle für sie notwendigen organischen Stoffe selbst synthetisieren.

Einige Vitamine werden dem Körper als Vorstufen, sogenannte Provitamine...

27
apr
bevande-utili-per-la-linea
30
jul
mint

Mint

Mint leaves can be used fresh or dried and used later.

Bring flavor to iced or hot teas, fruit drinks, vegetables (peas and carrots).

The Mint salasa is an excellent side dish to lamb.

In the heat of these days, is nice a refreshing good drink with water and mint leaves, put in the refrigerator to become cold!
Has digestive properties, antiseptic and sedative properties.

27
jun
basil-care-anxiety

Basil care anxiety!

Basil is not only a wonderful and excellent kitchen plant but also helps to alleviate your anxieties. is ideal for fighting fatigue (especially if mental type) and is an excellent remedy for bad breath! Here is a very simple ifuso for Basil conbattere tiredness and anxiety.

Basil leaves, 0.25 L of water

Infuse the basil leaves into the boiling water and cook for 10/15 minutes. Then filtered BREW and put into a coffee cup of greater capacity (decide depending on your taste). Best if consumed...

13
nov
sage

Sage

Sage is native to the northern Mediterranean coast, where it's used frequently in cooking. Sage's long, narrow leaves have a distinctively fuzzy texture and musty flavor redolent of eucalyptus, cedar, lemon, and mint. Italians love it with veal, while the French add it to stuffings, cured meats, sausages, and pork dishes. Americans, of course, associate it with turkey and dressing.

Sage pairs perfectly with rosemary and thyme in many dishes. Besides its versatility and compatibility with other...

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