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Pasticci & Pasticcini di Lucy
Lucia Di Tommasorecipes, products and more, all reviewed by Lucy, who loves animals and to travel, but above all to cook, concentrating mainly on cakes and sweet recipes.
Il mondo di Ramy *food*
Ramona AllegriProduced by a Sardianian in love with Mediterranean cuisine, particularly pizza, Ramy's blog contains dozens of easily-navigable recipes that cover the full range of the cooking excellence of Italy and the Mediterranean, drawing on a passion for cooking inspired by learning to cook with her grandmother Maria when she was 6.
Letizia testa i prodotti
Letizia ValeriMore than just a food blog, Letizia's FB page also reviews products and makes shopping recommendations. With Molino Soncini Cesare flours, she has used a number of excellent yet simple recipes that demonstrate the full quality of Italian cuisine.
Le ricette di mamma Anatina
Vincenza Borellicreated "by accident" from an idea of Vincenza's daughter Manu, this blog concentrates mainly on Italian cakes, but not exclusively. A mother and a grandmother, Vincenza loves to cook, as you can see. One of the earliest blog collaborators with Molino Soncini Cesare.
Veronica's cook and more
Veronica MirabellaOne of the most popular Italian food blogs, Veronica's Cook and More offers a wide range of recipes, based on a passion for cooking inspired by her grandmother.
Le Delizie di Anna Rita
Anna Rita Camillo'A long-time collaborator with Molino Soncini Cesare, the FB blog of Anna Rita Camillo' focuses on all sorts of Italian dishes, including cakes and different types of bread.
Sabina SirianniSabina offers not just recipes, but takes time to consider the ingredients she uses and the way her dishes are prepared. She likes to experiment with ingredient combinations, and likes to use herbs and spices. She supports the use of seasonal products, and wants to share the excellence of food "Made in Italy".
Nella Cucina di Teresa
Teresa MoscaOne of the most prolific of our bloggers, Teresa's site offers clear and easy-to-follow recipes for all types of Italian cooking, explained step-by-step.
Una calabrese in cucina
Irene MilitoIrene's simple-to-follow blog is more than just food, but she concentrates on recipes from Calabria, and has used Molino Soncini Cesare flours to offer a range of imaginative and interesting dishes of all types.
Emanuela CestraAn Italian blog of traditional Italian cakes as passed on by Emanuela's grandmothers. Simple and easy recipes that everyone can make.
Delizie & Fantasie di Consy
Lia ConsuelaA blog from Napoli that covers every type of Italian recipe immaginable, Consuela brings passion and imagination to Italian cuisine.
La Tavola Allegra
Giovanna La BarberaDescribing herself as a webmaster and a food lover from Palermo, Giovanna La Barbera offers us this regularly-updated blog that focuses only on quality ingredients, and absolutely no GM. Alongside her well-organised recipes for all types of food, she reviews products and makes shopping recommendations.
Isabella La ConteIsabella's description for her food blog says it all: [seven layers of]....goodness! Italian cuisine and tradition.
In cucina con Frollina
Katia MontomoliA blog that drips passion for Italian cooking, even if Katia says she does not have much time to spare. She focuses on simple quality recipes that are within the means of everyone.
Il mondo di Nanu
Emanuela RangilloA blog that covers literally every part of Italian cuisine, traditional and otherwise, that also includes gluten-free recipes, speedy dishes, meals for children, and ice-cream recipes!
La Kucina di Kiara
Chiara RozzaInspired by watching her mother Gianna in the kitchen prepare the family meals, Chiara's blog is a way of paying homage to the traditions of Italian cuisine, above all when she has to get her hands dirty with flour.
Salta in Padella
VenerangelaA very well-known blog, Salta in Padella offers the whole range of Italian cuisine in easily understandable and organized recipes, from starters to sumptuous cakes.
La borsa di Mary Poppins
Mary PacileoAn active and dynamic blog that tests clothes and all manner of products, advice for mothers, and of course recipes. Nice recipes and good advice from Mary Pacileo.