Gianluca Mancini

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  1. How to repair a hole in the door frame?

    These seems not so expensive and fast mode to cover the hole. https://youtu.be/GxSG3K6Cu2s  
  2. What are you cooking today?

    This is what i mean: https://youtu.be/xiyfindPODQ   When pasta is al dente you have to leave it from water and add seasoning. Some Times you can take some water cooking to add later to complete the dish
  3. What are you cooking today?

      Hi guys Today spaghetti and pachino. Wash the Pachino tomatoes, cut them in half, put them in a small bowl and season them with a little olive oil and a generous pinch of table salt. Drain the tomatoes from the excess water and dry them well. Bring plenty of salted water to the boil and boil the spaghetti in it. Heat 3 tablespoons of oil in a pan together with a clove of garlic. Add the Pachino tomatoes and sauté for 4/5 minutes over high heat. Season lightly with salt and pepper (or chilli). When cooked, add the basil leaves. Drain the spaghetti al dente and finish cooking in the dressing with a base of cherry tomatoes. Remove the garlic, add olive oil again and serve. Decorate each plate with fresh Basil leaves. enjoy    
  4. Something in meat that is not available from other food

    Hi S.   Do you have to eat horse meat? It's very high in iron.
  5. What are you listening to right now?

    from very last episode Dr. house     and this because i like it   https://youtu.be/icJjlg5e6l8
  6. What are you cooking today?

    Hi Klingklang77 a matter of curiosity: why do you eat at the same time pasta and chicken?  
  7. What are you cooking today?

    you're right.   probably "parmigiana" derives from Sicilian word dialect "parmiciana"  that is the set of wooden strips that form a shutter.   So you can cook Parmigiana using eggplant or zucchini.      
  8. What are you cooking today?

    Sure   this is the proper name of this dish: it is like lasagna but instead of pasta you can use eggplant slices already cooked.
  9. What are you cooking today?

      Hi AlexTr, hi to all   This my first ever post.   this is "Parmigiana"