Manu’s Menu is a very cool food blog of a native Italian of Sicilian descent living in Australia. Her husband is Indian, so her multicultural blog reflects Italian, Australian and Indian cuisine. It is largely Italian, however, and the recipes are divided by regions of Italy. It’s on point. My family’s from Campania, and we traditionally make casatiello, the pastiera (but we call it pizza grano or wheat pie), pizza and rum baba. There is a large section of Sicilian recipes. Look at her amazingly gorgeous cassata cake. I love cassatina, and hers look adorable. Her St. Joseph’s Day sfinge look perfect. A recent recipe is purple gnocchi on a parmigiano reggiano fondue, and it looks amazing! I want to try the Australian damper bread too.
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