“A tavola non si invecchia”. - Italian proverb (At the table with good friends and family you do not become old).
Sharing authentic Italian recipes entrusted upon me through the privilege of being invited into many Italian homes and kitchen’s abroad. I travel, cook, eat, share, learn and photograph my experiences, a truly soul enriching journey. There are now over 100 recipes on this blog to search from. I am a Melbourne born girl who now resides in Pietrasanta, Italy. Sharing my love for food and all things Italian with you. I am not a professionally trained chef, just a person that really loves cooking and has made my passion my reality! Through talent and drive I now work as a private chef in some of the most prestigious private villa`s here in Versilia, Italy!
Friday, May 17, 2013
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
One loaf of white fresh bread (crustless)
400g canned tuna (I always use Rio mare)
350g whole egg mayonnaise (or make your own) or don't bother!
How to make:
1: Rinse the capers to remove any excess salt or vinegar. Mix through with the mayonnaise
2: Remove all the crusts from the bread
3: Layer the bread with the tuna, place a piece of bread on top, then layer with the caper and mayonnaise mix and top with another piece of bread (yes, it's a double decker)
4: Cut into small triangles, and serve