Hello Everyone! I am 27 years old and I live in UK. I like travelling, sport (especially football) but most of all I love food as I am always looking for new flavours and tastes. I seriously think that my love about food was deeply rooted in the country I come from, Italy. Since when I was a young boy I had the opportunity to consider food not just as some thing to feed yourself but as a whole universe of sensations, emotions and beneficial pleasures. Now, among all of the fruits and vegetables, I find tomatoes to be the most special and interesting fruit (it's not a vegetable :) ). The varieties of the red colour, the grade of its sweetness make it very versatile in different cuisines. You can have it on a salad, you can make a simple tomato sauce or even have it sun-dried and still recognize the indisputable taste. In a world when everything runs so fast you feel like you miss moments. I will try to bring the old-fashioned glamour of finding some time to re-evaluate our cooking habits and by doing that why not re-value ourselves too :)
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I Love it 🙂
This is what we had yesterday for dinner, seafood pasta linguine with a “touch” of chili. This dish is perfect if you want to impress your loved one, friends or even if you are brave enough to cook on your first date. I love the variety of the colours and the impressive flavour the seafood,parsley and pasta produce, once you put everything on the plate it makes you feel proud of yourself because it very easy to make.
For this recipe you will need:
230g frozen seafood (no shells it will make your life easier 🙂 )
200g linguine pasta
1 fresh hot chilli (red small size but whatever local fresh chili is ok)
1/2 glass of white dry wine
5 cherry tomatoes
2 cloves of garlic
Put your apron on and get ready to “create”:
Take a medium-sized frying pan put it on a medium…
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