Parmesan Crisps with Caviar and Crème Fraîche
Festive enough for New Year's Eve, this pretty appetizer only takes about 5 minutes to make. Bacon infused caviar adds an unique smokiness that will intrigue your guests and is fairly inexpensive, but any decent quality caviar will do. The one-ingredient parmesan crisps are a savory, no-carb alternative to blini.
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Slow Food a Stoccarda
Si è appena chiusa a Stoccarda la fiera dedicata allo Slow Food che ho visitato ieri insieme a Marina del blog Radiocucina, venuta appositamente da Amsterdam. Munite di macchine fotografiche e regi…
Regal Roe: Calvisius Caviar from Italy
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