Here are some links of useful articles and other nice things.

Hortus, elsewhere:
Read my Italian blog for Corriere Cucina: Dall’Orto
Find me on Verily Magazine
Find me on Steller
Find me on Food52
Find me on Foodgawker

Friends & Veggie food

Green Kitchen Stories
In the Making by Belén
Princess Tofu
My New Roots
A Couple Cooks
The Tart Tart
My Darling Lemon Thyme
Simply Breakfast
That’s Food Darling

Food Photography Inspiration

Beth Kirby – Local Milk
Skye McAlpine – From My Dining Table
Gintare Marcel – Gourmantine
Suvelle Cuisine
Le Jus D’Orange
Roost Blog
Carey Nershi at Reclaiming Provincial
Cannelle et Vanille
Sunday Suppers
What should I eat for Breakfast Today?
La Buena Vida – Nicole franzen
Dagmar’s Kitchen
Babes in Boyland
Two Red Bowls
Nik Sharma – A Brown Table
The Freaky Table

Italian Food Links
Official Parmigiano Reggiano (Parmesan) website
Balsamic Vinegar Consortium
Acqualagna Truffle Website
Italian DOP Products

Cooking Videos I Love
Now you’re Cooking’ by Electrolux – A series of stunning cooking videos made by House of Radon.
Tiger in a Jar – In my opinion, some of the best videos present on the net. These guys also do work for Kinfolk.
Green Kitchen Stories Videos
Jamie Oliver FoodTube – has some great veggie recipes!

9 thoughts on “LINKS

  1. Dear Valentina, do you have a newsletter I can subscribe to? Your recipes and cooking style is what I’ve been looking for.

    • Hi Louise, thank you so much for you comment! I am super happy you like the site!
      The subscribe button got lost in the recent redesign I made. Thank you for mentioning it! You can find the ‘subsrcibe’ button at the bottom of the column to the right of the homepage. :)

  2. I wonder if I you would allow to place a link to your site from my new blog. I think your photography is beautiful and recipes inspired!

  3. Hi Valentina, May i place a link to your page, i have a very new site about pressure cooking. It still new, but i will add more useful acticle on my site soon.

  4. Hi Valentina, I am loving your posts! I was wondering if you know how to preserve sun dried tomatoes in olive oil? I’ve found some posts on Pinterest, but they all say to freeze or keep them in the fridge for a few weeks.
    I tried your artichoke heart recipe and absolutely LOVE it! -I’m hoping for something similar to it for tomatoes:)


    • Hello Sue! Well, unfortunately, dried tomatoes are not that easy to make. I usually just stick some in the leftover oil of a jar I finished, but I keep it in the fridge and doesn’t keep for long. I’m sorry to say that I can’t help you there! But it could be a nice summer project :)
      On the other hand though, I am so happy you like the artichokes! That recipe has been doing an awesome job for over 100 years :D

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