I am passionate about cooking, and through this blog I intend to communicate with other 'amateur cooks' to exchange recipes, tips, and why not, friendship.

In a time when journalists without newspapers, television hosts with no transmissions are recycled as gastronomic writers without knowing how you grab a frying pan or a knife and that, despite what scale the peaks of the rankings in the sales of books, you can hear a small voice like mine and / or yours!

On the home will get a monthly recipe or tips for a recipe: something that I communicate impressions, criticisms and recommendations above. Of course, every recipe has been tested by me!

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N.B.: recipes with @ are my wife Emi.




When we have more good food in the world, we will not have good literature, nor high intellect, nor friendly meetings, or social harmony.

Marie-Antoine Careme






Tuna fish meatballs


Peel the potatoes and boil them. Once cooked and cool, mash them until they are pure without lumps. Add the cheese, lightly beaten eggs, salt and parsley. Mix the mixture. Open the tuna fish cans, drain the oil and break it. Add the tuna fish to the potato compost and mix well

Fried meatballs (pictured left). Heat the olive or seed oil in the pan. Make meatballs of the desired size (for smaller aperitifs) and fry them. Drain on absorbent paper and eat hot.

Baked meatballs (pictured right). Make meatballs bigger than the previous ones and crush them in the center to get mini burgers. Brush the oven paper placed on a pan with oil, place the mini burgers, brush the upper part of them and bake at 190 ° until cooked. They are also good cold.

For 4 people



POTATOES gr. 300
TUNA FISH gr. 200
EGG n. 1