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Moscow mule

The Moscow mule is a cocktail based on vodka, ginger beer and lime, born in the 40s in New York to relaunch Smirnoff vodka and ginger beer on the market. Although the purpose was purely commercial, the union of these two drinks has made the moscow mule cocktail a much loved and appreciated drink all over the world.
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Unusual recipes

Vol au vent chicken and mushrooms

Recipe Vol au vent chicken and mushrooms from 21-01-2011 Updated on 12-09-2017 Vol-au-vent are baskets made of puff pastry variously stuffed and to be served both hot and cold. Ideal to be served as an appetizer both in a simple dinner with friends and in small buffets prepared for a party.
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Unusual recipes

Magic Cake Cocoa

Magic cocoa cake recipe of 04-02-2019 Updated 04-02-2019 The recipe of the magic cocoa cake had been on my desk for a long time but, just like the white version, I was always rather reluctant to make it. However, given the success both on the Facebook group and here on the site for the other recipe, in the end I strengthened myself and decided to try the chocolaty version as well.
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New potatoes in the oven

Recipe New potatoes in the oven of 02-27-2008 Updated on 08-28-2018 In Naples the new potatoes are called patanielli, today I propose them to you baked with bacon and rosemary, a real pleasure for the palate;) New Potatoes in the oven PS: yesterday I tried the wedding dress again, now it's confirmed hihihihihi
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Mushroom and bean soup

Recipe Mushroom and bean soup of 10-23-2012 Updated on 02-07-2018 Here is the first soup of the season, mushroom and bean soup, a recipe found by my mother in a magazine a few years ago. A rustic dish with an intense flavor given by porcini mushrooms and very tasty that accompanied by hot bread croutons becomes a complete and healthy lunch.
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Unusual recipes

Parmigiana-style peppers

Parmigiana di peperoni recipe from 10-12-2010 Updated on 11-05-2018 When, talking to someone, it turns out that I have a cooking blog ... I usually get their recipes for me to try and then see them posted on my blog. This time the paternity, or rather, maternity of the pepper parmigiana recipe belongs to my aunt Ketty :) This recipe is one of her workhorses in the kitchen, tried and tested, I can tell you that it is a real bomb, as well as taste, of calories.
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