Applesauce Cake


Atalanta was the daughter of Iasus (or Mainalos or Schoeneus, according to Hyginus), a Boeotian, or an Arcadian princess. Her childhood was pretty dramatic according to myth. When she was born, her father was so disappointed for having a girl instead of a boy, that took the infant and left it in the woods. One

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Baked Chicken and Gnocchi in Halloumi Sauce


Pygmalion, according to mythology, was king of Cyprus and an excellent sculptor. Annoyed by the morals of his contemporary women dedicated himself in sculpture. He, then, begun an effort to create the perfect female figure. When he succeeded, he gave it the name Galatea. Galatea in Greek means white as milk. He was so touched

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A Special Menu for Your Sweetheart


  Valentine’s is just around the corner and although I don’t really believe in all this commercialized feast, it gives me the chance to share with you some special dishes I think would be perfect for a celebration with your loved ones whenever you feel like it, Valentine’s or not. Besides, when you love someone

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Asian Chicken and Rice with Vermicelli Noodles


Food blogging has widened my cooking knowledge so much and brought close so many different and delicious kitchens! I discovered dishes and ingredients so different than the ones I knew. I met so many different people sharing the same passion with me. It helped me recreate not only traditional dishes from other countries, but also

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