Cooking Corsican on Manu’s Guest Menu

This has been a frustrating week. The website was down countless times and apologies if you wanted to comment – most of you couldn’t. Fingers crossed it’s behind us after my ranting to the website hosts – but how do you work with people who don’t let you know what’s going on?  Is it WordPress as well as the server? Or are they on strike like the French teachers recently and now our precious cleansing department today? It stinks. 😉

I should learn to cool it.  You see, I don’t have a dog; I have a blog. Comments are what motivates.

My, my, here we go again. Time to stuff some veggies.

Mamma Mia! When Manu asked me to guest post while she was on holiday, I couldn’t help feeling excited.  For a start, I adore all the tempting treats that Manu serves us on her menu and especially all of the beautifully authentic Italian delicacies, complete with her famous step-by-step immaculate instructions and gorgeous photos.

For the egg yolk recipe series, I was also lucky enough for Manu to share her Genovese Ericine Sicilian sweet pastries.

What could I serve on her guest menu that would be authentic from France?

Head on over to Manu’s Menu, where I’m cooking up something typical and healthy from Corsica: Stuffed Zucchini with Brocciu. My, my – how can we resist you?

Have you heard the latest Corsican scoop? It’s all happening at Manu’s Menu this weekend…

8 replies
  1. Liz
    Liz says:

    I’m glad all is running smoothly now! As a non-techy gal, I feel so helpless when blog glitches occur. Off to read your guest post over at Manu’s~

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  2. Tina@flourtrader
    Tina@flourtrader says:

    Sorry about the website problems, I hope all the kinks are out now!
    Your recipe for the guest post does look delicious. I have had stuffed zucchini, but yours looks so much better than mine. I will need to try that recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Nami | Just One Cookbook
    Nami | Just One Cookbook says:

    Ugh, blog related, computer related, anything technology related stuff frustrates me because I don’t quite understand what’s going on. I spend hours trying to figure out something, so I totally understand how you feel. I hope you will figure out the issues so you can prevent it from happening again. Now, I just went to Manu’s site first to see the post! I loved your interview Jill! It’s always nice to read more about the blogger that I think I know. Always find something new. 🙂 Have a great weekend!

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  4. Jamie
    Jamie says:

    (I clicked on the link over to Manu’s Blog and got a warning that it could be bad…. viral!) A good friend of mine (Italian) made these for me often when I lived in Italy and visited her and love them! Now I have a recipe! Thank you! They look perfect!

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    • Jill
      Jill says:

      Thanks, Jamie – I had the same warning but afterwards it was ok. Scary, though. I’ve informed Manu. Aha. The Italians do this too, but bet it’s not with Corsican Brocciu 😉

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