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    Katerina Jane

    I can't seemingly sum up my profession in a mere word or two. I write, photograph, style, paint and explore, I just yearn to create. That is what I do, I create, whether it's through words, image or film, this site is a documentation of just that. You'll find editorial pieces, short stories, vintage finds and secret getaways all here, not just of fashion but of literature, art and history too. Don't be a stranger & I hope you enjoy my content. With love, Kat

    My take on Italian pasta

    "There's nothing more romantic than Italian food."

    - Elisha Cuthbert, brainy quotes


    I genuinely think that I should have been born Italian... I love everything about Italy; the food, the art, the scenery, the culture! So here I am sharing my spontaneous, early Italian meal. 
    It's so simple so I'm not going to write a load of instructions! Just basic points.




    Ingredients 
    Whole wheat Mafalda Corta pasta 
    Olive oil
    Baby tomatoes
    Sliced salami
    Parmesan cheese
    Pepper
    Italian herbs
    Pesto






    I cooked the little slices of salami a bit, before mixing it with the rest of the pasta.




    Pour two table-spoons of olive oil into the heated water with the pasta.




    Once the pasta is cooked, drain it then mix in the pesto, tomatoes, salami and then the parmesan cheese.


      Gustare!



    "There's nothing more romantic than Italian food."

    - Elisha Cuthbert, brainy quotes


    I genuinely think that I should have been born Italian... I love everything about Italy; the food, the art, the scenery, the culture! So here I am sharing my spontaneous, early Italian meal. 
    It's so simple so I'm not going to write a load of instructions! Just basic points.




    Ingredients 
    Whole wheat Mafalda Corta pasta 
    Olive oil
    Baby tomatoes
    Sliced salami
    Parmesan cheese
    Pepper
    Italian herbs
    Pesto






    I cooked the little slices of salami a bit, before mixing it with the rest of the pasta.




    Pour two table-spoons of olive oil into the heated water with the pasta.




    Once the pasta is cooked, drain it then mix in the pesto, tomatoes, salami and then the parmesan cheese.


      Gustare!



    . Tuesday, 2 September 2014 .

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