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Guest appearance: Italian Food Forever (www.italianfoodforever.com)


Can I introduce you to one of my favourite food sites? Italian Food Forever (www.italianfoodforever.com) features real Italian food, robust and tasty, not usually frantically difficult, very satisfying. And beautiful photos:

Crispy potato ring, photo taken from http://www.italianfoodforever.com

The latest post is for crispy roasted potatoes for Easter:

http://www.italianfoodforever.com/2012/04/crispy-roasted-potato-spiral/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=crispy-roasted-potato-spiral

Try them and let me know what you think!

Buon appetito!

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About OneFrenchWord

I was a professional linguist and have been a life-long foodie. I am now lucky enough to be retired and free to roam the beaches around my home at the tip of the Finistère (Brittany, France). Writing is occupying a larger place in my life, with this blog and a children's book in preparation. I shall feel much happier calling myself a writer when I have published a book. And so posts on OneFrenchWord will be published first as an e-book, my ambition being to see a glossy volume on French language and cuisine in print some day. So keep reading, and snap up the book when it appears!

6 responses »

  1. Dieting! :-) (so I’m skipping the potatoes)

    I made your goat cheese salad the night before last. It was delicious. I’ll probably post a photo and a link to your recipe on my next post (next week some time). My husband thanks you!

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  2. That looks good — I will make it on Easter Sunday to go with the lamb. I have numerous young people coming for lunch so it will go down well I think! Happy Easter Caroline :)

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  3. Yum. Just the thing with the Paschal (or is it Pascal – can never get it right) lamb. Although we don’t eat lamb very much. This would go with heaps of things, anyway.

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  4. My mother is Italian and they always had baby goat for Easter. I appreciate hearing about another food site.

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    • Mmm, few things better than baby goat (dare I say it, with my vegetarian friends reading…). I used to have goats, and they tend to multiply, and the male kids had to make their way to the freezer… better than lamb I reckon. I broke all the rules and had fish this year.

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