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The Difference Between Bruschetta & Crostini

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 8:19:32 PM Europe/London

Even the most passionate Italian foodies might think that bruschetta and crostini are just two words for the same delicious thing. In fact, you’ll often find that on restaurant menus one is labelled as the other for the sake of ease. But there is a difference, although small, between the two.

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5 Easy Ways to Up Your Bruschetta Game

Monday, September 24, 2018 9:15:22 PM Europe/London

Traditional bruschetta calls for just tomato, grilled bread, garlic and a drizzle of olive oil - but that doesn’t mean you can’t get creative with your recipe.

 

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5 Italian Food Facts for Pasta and Pizza Lovers

Wednesday, September 12, 2018 11:02:16 PM Europe/London

Work up an appetite with our top five Italian food facts!

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Did you know there's a World Salami Day?

Wednesday, September 5, 2018 9:53:39 PM Europe/London

And it's coming soon! Mark 7th September 2018 in your calendar as one of the most delicious days of the year.

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All About the Italian Aperitivo

Thursday, August 9, 2018 3:45:14 PM Europe/London

Aperitivo is the Italian tradition of a pre-meal drink that’s always served with a side of nibbles.

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Soppressata at the Great Taste Awards!

Thursday, August 2, 2018 5:54:07 PM Europe/London

We’re so pleased to announce that... our soppressata has been awarded a star at the Great Taste Awards!

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Casanova: The Prince of Macaroni

Tuesday, July 24, 2018 1:46:46 PM Europe/London

Casanova has always been known for his travels and his taste for the unconventional, but how he found himself in the culinary history books may still come as a surprise.

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Everything You Need to Know About Pizza Ovens

Thursday, July 19, 2018 3:22:10 PM Europe/London

Outdoor pizza ovens are on the rise, with more and more people in the UK deciding to eat Italian al fresco. We’ve put together a brief guide to help you join in with one of the season’s tastiest trends.

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50% Off Sublime? That's Our Kind of Six Pack!

Friday, July 13, 2018 3:32:30 PM Europe/London

What’s better than three coffees? Six coffees for the same price.

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World Chocolate Day...in Summer?

Friday, July 6, 2018 5:37:40 PM Europe/London

Did you know that 7th July is World Chocolate Day? Now, don’t get us wrong, it’s always a good time for chocolate, but most of us automatically assume that hot weather and chocolate are a dangerous combination.Did you know that 7th July is World Chocolate Day? Now, don’t get us wrong, it’s always a good time for chocolate, but most of us automatically assume that hot weather and chocolate are a dangerous combination.

 

So why does World Chocolate Day, which is largely celebrated around the UK and Europe, fall during our summer time? Rumour has it that it marks the anniversary of chocolate being introduced to Europe, but that’s never been confirmed.

 

Whatever the reason the date first arose, the good news is that chocolate is just as delicious in the summer as in the winter. In fact, even in the hot weather, you don’t need to store your chocolate in the fridge!

 

Sudden changes in temperature can cause your chocolate to bloom, which is when you start to see small white spots appearing on the surface. Ideally, you should aim to store your chocolate at 14°C, but in European countries, it’s not uncommon to keep it at room temperature on the side board.

 

All of which means that you can join in the celebration by stocking up on chocolate without having to worry about fridge space. We’ve even launched our brand-new, traditional Italian Dragée chocolates just in time! They’re a delicious combination of hazelnut and cocoa with a rich and creamy chocolate spread.

 

Happy World Chocolate Day!

 

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