The Vittoriale degli italiani is the historic house museum of the Italian writer Gabriele D’Annunzio. The property is located in Gardone Riviera and it overlooks on the Garda lake.
When I was a young girl my parents sent me to Ireland to improve my english/irish. That kind of fifteen-days-studying-holiday where you do anything but studying. I have beautiful memories of Limerick and Dublin I hope to come back one day!
Just because I’ve always been a foodie I ate more muffins in those days that in my entire life!
Few days ago I picked up some berries from the farmers market to do my best blueberry muffins recipe!
Ps I’ll be in London at the end of september, if you are interested in some collaboration in the London area, drop me a line hello [at] dailybreakfast [dot] net
Prep Time: 40 minutes
- 100 gr spelt flour
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 60 gr muscobado sugar
- 100 gr yogurt
- 20 ml soy milk
- 30 ml evo
- 1 egg
- 100 gr blueberry
- 40 gr oat flakes
Mix flour, baking powder and sugar. Combine yogurt, soy milk, evo and 1 egg. Coat blueberries in flour before adding them to the muffin mix. Sprinkle oat flakes over muffins before baking. Preheat oven to 180C, bake for 25 minutes.
All photographs shot with iPhone 5s and processed with VSCOcam hb2 preset
Looks like summer finally arrived in Milan, as well. After several weeks of rain and thunderstorms we are now ready to enjoy light dinners to balance these hot summer days.
This is an easy to make snack perfect from breakfast to dinner/after dinner: figs and ricotta bruschetta! [recipe at the end of the post]
Prep Time: 10 minutes
- rye bread
- 2 figs
- 100 gr fresh ricotta cheese
- maple syrup or honey
- chopped pistachios
Cut bread into slices. Spread ricotta. Add sliced figs. Sprinkle with maple syrup/honey and chopped pistachios. Enjoy!