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"I made this big, beautiful, delicious cake tonight. The “frosting” alone is a dessert. It’s just the two of us so after eating a piece and declaring it “A Keeper” we made some special deliveries and blessed our neighbor and some friends. This has got to be one of our new favorites. It’s so easy and quick. We definitely will be making this again…soon.
"Thank you Roz – What a fabulous recipe! I made this today, following your recipe exactly, except for the omission of the capers (just don’t like them…sorry). The whole family loved, loved, loved this dish. It’s amazing how tender the pork was, no knives required! The sauce was delectable (it’s gotta be that whole milk & cream…yum), and a beautiful amber color to boot. Looking forward to a pork sandwich tomorrow with the smidgen of leftovers remaining.
Can’t wait to see what’s next…my pots, pans and spatulas are standing by ;)"
Nancy (Italian Pork Roast Braised in Milk)
"You have the best recipes on your blog, Roz! I am putting them all in my “make soon” folder."
"Oh my Goodness! WE LOVE this dish! This is my husbands absolute favorite” <3 !!
Liz and Anna
"Thank you for this wonderful granita recipe. It brought back many fond memories of my travels in Italy."
"What gorgeous photographs. Sorry I didn’t see this before July 4th, but that’s okay, I’m going to make it anyway. It looks delicious. Of course all your recipes do."
"Tried the perfect roast pork recipe; it was delicious and my family ate it all"
Shay (The Best Pork Roast Recipe)
"I made this for dinner last weekend. All I can say is, WOW! My husband and 13 year old daughter were both impressed. This recipe is definitely a keeper! (Pork Saltimbocca with Creamy Polenta)."
"Thank you for sharing this recipe. I will be making for Thanksgiving. I was looking for an authentic recipe, and here it is. You have a great blog."
"I just had to tell you: I just made the pork loin cooked in milk and cream from your earlier post and it is fabulous. I never cooked in milk before (except a blanquette without browning first) so this was very exciting. You’re good. Beautiful Sage aroma perfuming kitchen. Thanks. Next wanna try roast potatoes ( have plenty fresh rosemary) and that Salisbury steak.
Keep it com in’"
"I just made your pineapple, spinach and ginger detox smoothie and chose your recipe over many others on Pinterest because I love that it has very few ingredients. It is VERY good and I am amazed at how similar the ginger and pineapple are when blended together, they mimic one another. I am a mommy chef blogger on a clean eating mission and I approve!"
"All your recipes are delicious, Roz! You are a very creative cook and I love that you share such authentic and heirloom Italian recipes."
"I just got back from a 12 day mediterrian cruise and was searching for a recipe from the Sorrento area for the delicious lemon cakes with the limoncello in them. What a wonderful post you created. We only had a short tour of the area, but your photos have made me remember and almost taste and smell the lemons and limoncello, I will definitely be going back. Positano and Sorrento were amazing. Thanks again for creating your post and bringing back and wonderful memory and awesome taste experience."
"Your blog is very special. I love your photos, stories, styles, and all the contents. Through all those, you have touched us with ‘warmth’ of your lively & cheerful friendship, and allow us to be close to you as real as a ‘real’ person.
"What you share is very genuine. It reaches us as you are fully sharing it from your heart, and it comes to us as if we were your friends who actually sit right in your kitchen or garden with you. You truly make us very special. Your today recipe is very well received in such a manner that I, whose mother’s tongue is Thai, cannot find words to express. I feel that you felt for us who love Italian food, that we often look for something real but do not get to the point. You have watched us, Italian or non-Italians, search for this very recipe to the point that you cannot hold it any longer, and have to come out and share what you can with us. Thank you so much for everything. You are most appreciated."
Churaipon Chintakanont Klaijumlang
"What a wonderful torta! I love apple desserts, and this one sounds wonderful. Each of my aunts and my grandmothers had her own version – similar, but truly unique. Funny, but when I saw this post I immediately got to thinking about all of them – long gone now. It was like a trip back in time there for a little bit just now. Thanks, Roz, for starting my day off beautifully. Buona domenica a the!"