Italy is renowned across the world for its food. A meal is not complete in Italy without some bread. Anyone who is a regular reader of this blog knows how passionately I feel about “real bread.” One of my favourites is Pane di Altamura – Altamura bread.
We’re constantly surprised about the amazing people that have agreed to appear on our podcast. Today’s podcast guest is the king of sourdough Dan Lepard.
You know how some people collect stamps or spend hours picking their fantasy football teams? Well, we’re the same but with Italian cookbooks! So, we’d like to tell you about some of our favourites. They are in no particular order. Some you might know. Some might be new to you.
Welcome to episode one of our podcast. Today’s episode is an interview with the king of bread Richard Bertinet. I’ve been a long term fan of his and his philosophy of making simple daily bread. I’ve also had the pleasure of attending one of his courses a…
Genova (also known as Genoa) is a beautiful seaside city in Liguria on the northwest coast of Italy. Foodies will automatically think of pesto. However, Genova has so much more to offer people visiting for a day or two.
It’s now officially Christmas in our house as we’ve opened the first panettone of the year! As always, I like to use any leftovers of anything I use, so I’ve been thinking of ways to use any leftover panettone that might be lurking around after Christmas.
This year is the 55th birthday of the introduction of ‘Chorleywood Bread Process’ which completely changed how the majority of bread is made in this country, and left us with the tasteless pap that the majority of people buy in the UK today. It is certainly not a birthday I will be celebrating, and here…