Ever wondered how to reuse the leftovers of stale bread? Well, we have a tasty recipe for you!
Let’s say: it’s not easy nor for all, but why not? Get the challenge to cook the Colomba cake by yourself!
A sweet Coffee cream to energize your cakes, biscuits and breackfast
A fresh Strawberries cream that you can use for Colomba cake but with many other cakes and biscuits
White flour, lard or olive oil, salt, and water to create a tasty and very simple appetizer. You could fill it with whatever you want: ham, vegetables, cheese or Nutella cream! Try and discover the recipe of Piadina Romagnola
Neapolitan paccheri perfectly absorb condiments and blend with any ingredient thanks to their convexity and their rough surface retain the sauces and guarantee an incomparable taste….
- Parmigiano Reggiano
- Matured 36 months
- Origin: Reggio Emilia
Lasagna is a typical first course of Emilian gastronomy, a recipe known and appreciated throughout Italy plus it is also the Italian Sunday dish par excellence….
Pappardelle are a type of pasta of the Tuscan homemade tradition, made of a mixture of flour, eggs and salt combined with art to form wide strips, rustic and rough to the touch…
Mediterranean dieta has been ranked the best in the world by the best diet ranking 2021 elaborated by the U.S. media U.S. News & World Report!
Crostata Cake: It is not easy to trace the origin of the tart, but we can certainly define it as one of the oldest sweets in the peninsula…
Penne or pen are generally a type of pasta of cylindrical, tube-shaped pasta made from durum wheat flour…
Carbonara Day is celebrated – promoted by Union food pasta makers and by Ipo (International Pasta Organization) with the We Love Pasta website – which last year involved over 500 million people who they participated on…
- Special breadstick from Puglia
- Healthy salted snack
- 400 gr Multipack Bag
- 10 packs x 40gr
- 100% Italian Ingredients
Taralli is an exceptional and peculiar type of crunchy bread that has the shape of a ring, nowadays is eaten by everyone, but back when it was invented only the poor ate it.
Grissini are actually bread sticks and nowdays it’s easy to find them everywhere but many years ago a doctor used them in order to make Turin’s duke gain his health and strength back.