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Let’s cook!

posted by on November 30th, 2015


Cooking is culture, conviviality and creativity, and a cooking class is the funniest way to learn about the traditions of the county you are visiting. It is possible to have a private teacher to come to your villa or it is possible to attend a cooking class in a resort in the South of Umbria, near Todi, the Fattoria di Vibio.


At the Fattoria di Vibio, qualified experts will lead you to discover the typical food of Umbria and the cooking classes can be held in a single day or can last up to 3 days, for an unforgettable experience, where fantasy is the best dressing for creating a successful recipe!

Fattoria di Vibio

Summer Cocktail

posted by on July 15th, 2015

1/10 Raspberry juice

9/10 Champagne

1 Teaspoons of granulated sugar

1 Teaspoon of lemon juice

Serve with

Veal tartare: veal fillet, extra virgin oil, salt, pepper, lemon juice

Fassone tartare: fillet of Fassone from Piedmont, extra virgin olive oil, salt, pepper, egg yolk, lemon juice

Hazelnut “tonda gentile” grain

Slice of grilled zucchini

Flake of white truffle from Alba

RECIPE OF THE MONTH: CARNIVAL CHIACCHERE

posted by on February 8th, 2013

It is time to wear your mask and go to the most fancy and fun party in town: Carnival is here!

In Italy there are several  kinds of pancakes: the most famous are the chiacchere (it means to chat): simple, crunchy, in one word, delicious!

Ingredients:
250gr white flour
1 whole egg
50gr sugar, 1 pinch salt
50gr butter
1 dose vanilla, 3 tbs Marsala
Powdered sugar, oil to fry

Combine flour, sugar and vanilla, than pour all over a surface.
Make a hole in the middle and pour egg, soft butter pieces and marsala in. Knead well. Roll dough with a rolling-pin in a very thin sheet. Cut 6cm x 10cm rectangles, in the middle make tree cuts. In a medium pan warm abundant oil, when hot, fry few chiacchere per time. Sprinkle with sieved powdered sugar.

Enjoy!

RECIPE OF THE MONTH: WINTER SALAD

posted by on January 10th, 2013

A healthy recipe for January, when after the holidays we can feel a little bit heavy! Fresh and light ingredients can be as tasty as all the others, the important thing is to combine them with fantasy!

Ingredients
1 tabs fresh grapefruit  juice
extra-virgin olive oil
salt
1/4 tsp. minced fresh rosemary  
1/8 tsp. freshly ground pepper
Fresh spinach leaves
3 or 4 mango
1/2 cup chopped toasted almonds
1/2 grapefruit
In a small saucepan whisk in grapefruit  juice, oil, salt, rosemary and pepper. In a salad bowl, gently mix fresh spinach leaves (better if organic), grapefruit segments and almonds with dressing. Divide among 6 plates. Arrange mango slices on salads, some other almonds and sprinkle with some fresh rosemary finely minced.