Sunday morning and my thoughts naturally turn to what I’m going to give the family for lunch.
Back in England, Sunday lunch was always roast meat, roast potatoes, and boiled vegetables, plus gravy of course, but whenever I’ve presented Italian friends or family members with a traditional English Sunday lunch, there has been a distinct lack of enthusiasm.
Pasta, especially fresh pasta bought locally, is a common choice, and equally normal would be to eat out or visit parents or relatives.
But for a hungry family, there’s nothing better than a hot carbonara, which thought reminds me of a video Stefi and I prepared last year when we were first experimenting with offering free content on the Internet…
So, if you’re stuck for ideas on your Sunday lunch, or are just curious to see what happens in our kitchen in Bologna on Sunday mornings, check out this video!
And then, why not leave a comment: it would be great to hear what you eat on Sundays in YOUR country, or about your favourite Italian Sunday lunch recipes (comments in Italian especially welcome!)