One day in Siena. My city guide. This is a list of personal favourites collected throughout the years a food oriented city guide of Siena something Ive been meaning to share for a while. New post up on the blog link in bio! || Juls Kitchen is Giulia Scarpaleggia's awarded foodblog. She also teaches tuscan cooking classes. The kitchen is located in a traditional country house in the heart of the Tuscan countryside between Siena and Florence. Discover more: http://bit.ly/TuscanCookingClasses

One day in Siena. My city guide. This is a list of personal favourites collected throughout the years a food oriented city guide of Siena something Ive been meaning to share for a while. New post up on the blog link in bio! || Juls Kitchen is Giulia Scarpaleggia's awarded foodblog. She also teaches tuscan cooking classes. The kitchen is located in a traditional country house in the heart of the Tuscan countryside between Siena and Florence. Discover more: http://bit.ly/TuscanCookingClasses

Here depicted a back lane of San Gimignano a medieval town we will explore during our Spring Creative Gathering. Join @missfoodwise @sarkababicka and me for a creative gathering which will celebrate the seasonal food and the pleasure of getting together in a quiet location in the Tuscan countryside. There will be time to chat experiment cook and eat together head to the market to discover local seasonal ingredients knead a good loaf of sourdough bread and light up the wood burning oven to…

Here depicted a back lane of San Gimignano a medieval town we will explore during our Spring Creative Gathering. Join @missfoodwise @sarkababicka and me for a creative gathering which will celebrate the seasonal food and the pleasure of getting together in a quiet location in the Tuscan countryside. There will be time to chat experiment cook and eat together head to the market to discover local seasonal ingredients knead a good loaf of sourdough bread and light up the wood burning oven to…

A few days ago @valentinahortus tagged me to share a story about my diet and my relationship with food. Where to start? I was a skinny little girl then when I was 5 I had my adenoids and tonsils removed and I could finally taste smell appreciate all my grandma's and mum's food. I proofed like a bun in the oven. Man how I love eating since then!  I've tried every possible diet with meagre results. I eventually understood that all I need is eating everything in moderation and get moving!  I'm…

A few days ago @valentinahortus tagged me to share a story about my diet and my relationship with food. Where to start? I was a skinny little girl then when I was 5 I had my adenoids and tonsils removed and I could finally taste smell appreciate all my grandma's and mum's food. I proofed like a bun in the oven. Man how I love eating since then! I've tried every possible diet with meagre results. I eventually understood that all I need is eating everything in moderation and get moving! I'm…

Florence Top 10:Best Tips about Florence by Local Experts – TooMuchTuscany

Florence Top 10:Best Tips about Florence by Local Experts – TooMuchTuscany

671 vind-ik-leuks, 24 reacties - Giulia Scarpaleggia (@julskitchen) op Instagram: 'I've become addicted to bread. It is not just eating it, it is the process, the dough, the smell,…'

671 vind-ik-leuks, 24 reacties - Giulia Scarpaleggia (@julskitchen) op Instagram: 'I've become addicted to bread. It is not just eating it, it is the process, the dough, the smell,…'

Vegetables have always been important in my eating habits though recently they substituted chocolate and cookies in my dreams. This is a Renaissance salad described by the Tuscan gastronome Paolo Petroni as the insalata di Caterina where Caterina is nothing less than Caterina de Medici which later become queen of France. There are no proofs that she actually liked this salad or that she invented it but I am happy that a certain Caterina back in the times put together these ingredients as my…

Vegetables have always been important in my eating habits though recently they substituted chocolate and cookies in my dreams. This is a Renaissance salad described by the Tuscan gastronome Paolo Petroni as the insalata di Caterina where Caterina is nothing less than Caterina de Medici which later become queen of France. There are no proofs that she actually liked this salad or that she invented it but I am happy that a certain Caterina back in the times put together these ingredients as my…

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