Yellow Peppers

Petite Peppers

  Characterized by their natural sweetness and sun shaded colors, bell peppers are really great in every way. They have a nice crunchiness when eaten raw and a spreadable softness when you bake them. Baked, I simply dress them with a little bit of extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper, and a few herbs […]

Pecans and Wine

Pecans and Red Wine

Here we go with another food that is nowhere to be found in Italy! Originally from North America, it is a super popular nut in California. If you enter a bakery and read on a dessert tag the word pecan you already know that it’s going to be a great treat. Roberto and I are […]

Avocado Snack

Avocado Snack

My grandfather was a big fan of little snacks like this. Oh, wait a second! Not exactly like this one because in Italy we didn’t have avocados until a few years ago and even the ones you can find now are nothing like the ones I have eaten here – soft, fresh and heavenly creamy.

Mandarin Jam

Mandarins in January

A small and sweet fruit, it originally came from Southern China, which explains its name, like the language spoken in that area. Today mandarins are found around the world. They are a winter fruit but prefer warm-weather regions like California. January is when mandarins are at their best. With a deep orange color and juicy […]

Food Pixels Photographer Photography Fotografo Cibo Rosalinda Masucci Roberto Zucchi Milano

Who we are!

Hi! I’m Linda and this is the beginning of a new adventure that I share with my husband Roberto. We met in Italy when I was a young graphic designer and he was a salesman for a big American company. In less then two years after we first saw each other we got married, left […]