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May 26, 2012 at 5:14 pm
I have just come back from 2 weeks in Italy. I am loving your recipes as they are taking me back there. I am definitely going to make all the new favorites I have. Your foccacia di recco is already a favorite, and I asked everywhere where I could get some. I was told in cinque terre, but alas, the foccacia there was nowhere near like yours. I did however see farinata, so,I will have to give that a go!
I love your site! Please keep up the good work, it just makes me want to go back there. I am thinking next trip to Sicily or Sardinia!
May 30, 2012 at 9:32 pm
Hi Cate! So happy to hear from you! Ohhh I haven’t been back in Italy in 4 years! I am really happy I can take you back there with my blog! :-))) Cheers!
October 27, 2012 at 12:18 am
Your regional recipe index is marvelous! Thank you!
Chris Rawstern says
January 9, 2013 at 9:44 am
I love your site so far, and the idea of the mixing in of Indian cuisine to the Italian. I love Indian food (and Italian, of course) and cook all I can, but always look for new ideas and inspiration. I believe I may have found it here. I intend to peruse this site at much greater leisure.
March 22, 2013 at 11:16 am
I just found your site and am ecstatic! Italian is my favorite and this is such an amazing wealth of authentic Italian cuisines. Your recipes are very easy to follow, thank you so much!
March 27, 2013 at 5:32 pm
Love the site! Got a question on an authentic recipe: Is scallopine ala Marsala an authentic sicilian recipe? if it is, would you have any good recipes for it?
March 27, 2013 at 8:31 pm
Hi Paul! Thanks! 🙂
Yes, we do make Scaloppine al Marsala. They are very similar to a recipe a have already posted: Lemon Scaloppine (http://www.manusmenu.com/scaloppine-al-limone-lemon-scaloppine)… just substitute the lemon juice with 1/2 glass of Marsala. 🙂 Hope it helps!
March 28, 2013 at 2:49 am
I just found this site by accident and can’t wait to start preparing some of the wonderful recipes on the italian site. My husband, now deceased, was from Sicily and his grandmother at 92 showed me the essentials of cooking italian. Garlic,olive oil, pasta,peas,cheese are to be in your pantry at all times. I love cooking italian. thank you so much for sharing the site. Cannot find you on FB though??
March 28, 2013 at 11:26 am
Hi Joyce! I am so glad you like my site! I hope to see you around often! 🙂
You can find the links to all MsM on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest etc. on the top right hand site of the blog. This is my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/manusmenu Hope to see you there too! 🙂
Have a good day!
Anne @ Webicurean says
March 24, 2014 at 3:18 am
Hey Manu–I love how you have a regional recipe index! I really need to try some of that Ligurian focaccia! When my sister visited the family in Riva Trigoso last year, I asked her to bring me some of the recipes from the “old country.” I meant family recipes. Instead, I got a limoncello recipe from a tour guide in Rome lol
April 23, 2015 at 1:55 am
Yum, these look so tasty!
May 5, 2016 at 3:44 pm
I discovered your blog a few weeks ago – it’s wonderful. Last week I made the Taralli with fennel, delicious & today Cantucci – wonderful, best ever. It was hard to stop eating the raw mixture even before it was baked!! I can’t wait to try more recipes, they all look so good & way beyond any I have seen in the past. Thanks again for sharing.
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