A few days ago I showed you how to make delicious homemade Grisbi biscuits. Here you can read the recipe and watch the video.
Once out of the oven I thought they were a perfect base for Christmas decorations and today I'll show you how to do. If you don’t have time to bake them, you can just buy them and only do the decoration.
You’ll see how good and beautiful they are!
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Who is been following me for a while, knows that I’m Italian but I live in the UK.
Here is possible to find Italian food products, but the quality is different. Is it possible to find product from big companies as coffee or pasta for example, but it’s hard to find other things and Grisbí biscuits is one of them. Do you know what they are? They’re round chocolate biscuits filled with chocolate cream, absolutely delicious. Because I can’t find them here I decided to bake them. It was really easy and fast to do, it’s just important follow few tips.
It’s time for the recipe now ...
One thing that I really love is asking people about their habits, how and what they like to do. For example, one of my typical questions is: “If you have a main dish with different food in it, when do you choose to eat the thing you like more? At the beginning or at the end?”.
Personally, I like to have just a bite at the beginning and the rest at the end. What about you?
What about if we talk about waking up in the morning: what kind of person are you? Do you wake up immediately or is it impossible to interact with you for at least 30 (or 40!) minutes or in any case until the coffee you ...
Uhm, sorry for this outburst.
The point is that I’m taken aback, I’m not prepared for this freezing weather. I was nearly convinced that England was becoming tropical because the temperature was really good for January... until last week!
I’m not the kind of person that starts shivering at 10°C; for me Sir Cold has arrived when I can’t leave home without: my hat, gloves, scarf and, when the going gets really tough, a pair of tights under my pants!
I remember when I lived in the north of Italy and I used to ride my bicycle even ...
Moving to another country gives you the chance to start noticing things that you didn’t see before or that you thought were obvious (but are not). One of these, for example, is shops.
Here in UK (where I live at least), 80% of businesses are chains... coffee bars, clothes stores, restaurants, pharmacies... and small businesses are just a tiny part of the whole.
In Italy it’s different, maybe the opposite. We have big companies and chains but, at the same time, small businesses manage to keep up.
An example could be Bakeries, in Italian called panifici. In Italy they’re not part of any ...