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Never Imagined My Cooking School Could Inspire a Novel!

Never Imagined My Cooking School Could Inspire a Novel!

How many incredible things happened to loveSicily in 2013.

loveSicily cooking classes in the UK

loveSicily cooking classes in the UK

So it happened that I had planned to spend July relaxing in England where I expected to enjoy a nice cool British summer finally writing my book........but little I knew! Firstly, the Sicilian sun decided to follow me bringing one of the hottest month I have ever experienced in the UK; secondly, friends and past-loveSicilians decided there was no way I could be around without cooking and teaching them the Sicilian secrets to enjoy a great meal even in this incredible unexpected heat! So here I was again behind the stove;)!

My take on Masterchef Italia!

My take on Masterchef Italia!

Masterchef si o Masterchef no, this is the question? And as this post is mostly about a debate this TV show started in Italy, the English speaking readers will forgive me if for the first time I write this post in Italian.

Lesson with guest teacher Palma D'Onofrio from La Prova del Cuoco

Lesson with guest teacher Palma D'Onofrio from La Prova del Cuoco

Many of you asked for details about the lesson we run at the end of June with guest teacher Palma D'Onofrio from La Prova del Cuoco, a popular lunchtime TV programme which takes its format from the BBC's Ready Steady Cook.

This is the menu of the lesson:

Beef with ginger and peppers

Fried chicken with orange and ginger

Fried coconut shrimps

Mixed vegetable stir fry

Cantonese style rice

You can get a better idea of the lesson atmosphere in the pictures below.

Modica and loveSicily on the July issue of La Prova del Cuoco magazine

Modica and loveSicily on the July issue of La Prova del Cuoco magazine

This week the Italian cooking magazine La Prova del Cuoco, the official magazine of the successful RAI TV programme La Prova del Cuoco, version of the English format Ready Steady Cook, features an article about Modica and loveSicily with my recipe for Mackerel and Anchovies Papyrus Parcels. Below you find the article and the recipe in Italian.

Modica e la Tavola Barocca

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