BED AND BREAKFAST LEONARDO DA VINCI FLORENCE

COOKING LESSON AND DINNER



We're very happy to show here some photos and videos, taken during a cooking lesson and dinners on September 2011.

Videos and images, by Kevin (many thanks!)



1 battuto

Vegetables for rabbit sauce




2 battuto

Evan makes vegetables chopped




3 battuto

Vegetables almost chopped!




rabbit video foto

Here, a short video of the cooking lesson!
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4 battuto

Evan maked it! Vegetables perfectly chopped, and in the pot




5 cipolla

Onions with our tuscan extra vergin olive oil, for chicken liver Crostini!




6 faraona

Sage and tuscan pancetta with garlic, salt and pepper, for another tuscan dish: Guineafowl with olives!




7 pomodoro

Tomatos for Pappa col pomodoro




8 fiori fritti

Fiori di zucca, zucchini or courgette flowers, fried in extra vergin olive oil




9 pane

Pane strusciato col pomodoro! An antipasti, but also widely used as afternoon break: tuscan bread with tomato rubbed on, and after salt pepper oil added, a favorite break of tuscan people



11 sugo

Elisabetta and Carla with Pappardelle al sugo di coniglio, Pappardelle with rabbit sauce




12 dinner cena

The dinner! Thanks to Evan, Kevin, Leslie, David!






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Hi,

in this first post we would like to illustrate some characteristics of our hospitality.

All over the website, you'll find other informations, photos and various descriptions.



In this post we show some typical dishes that we serve for dinner on request.







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This is the bread soup (zuppa di pane), an ancient recipe from tuscan countryside. It's made with a special ingredient, the black cabbage, tilled in Tuscany.





crostini di fegatini





Liver small crust (crostini di fegatini), another much loved dish in Florence and Tuscany. It's made with chicken livers, anchovies, capers among others ingredients.








coniglio arrosto morto





This is "dead roast rabbit" (coniglio arrosto morto). Dead roast is called in Tuscany browned meat in a pan without tomato.










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