Did you know that there are over 500 different shapes of pasta? Incredible isn't it? Hollow, striated, twisted, they are classed into 3 categories. Long pastas, like spaghetti, capellini, tagliatelle and other fettucine. Short pastas, with conchiglie rigate, farfalle, penne, torti, fusilli, etc., and finally filled pastas or pastas you can fill, like lasagne or even canneloni.
Associated with hundreds of different sauces, that gives you thousands of recipe combinations.
It isn't easy to get our little cubs to eat their vegetables.
There's a single solution: get them involved!
By cooking alongside them, you can explain to them about the choice of each vegetable, involve them in the recipe and make them real budding little chefs. When it's time to draw to the table, they will be the first to proudly savor their "work".
In Latin culture, the meal represents a lot more than simply getting sustenance. Whether it is with family, among colleagues or friends, it is the opportunity to form a social connection.
It's nice of Thomas to have come round to have an aperitif to introduce his new girlfriend Caro.
Winter is for quality time spent with family, at the table or around the hearth. The festive season is a highlight, where all the holidays allow for the creation of an unforgettable table!
To highlight the lovingly prepared dishes, consider presenting a pretty table. With simple napkins, its easy to add style to the decoration and it doesn't cost anything, follow the guide!
In the folding category there are 3 very accessible tutorials to create the lotus, the heart and the butterfly. We recommend the butterfly to announce a dish of farfalle!