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Burrata with savoury granola - it will convert you

Burrata with savoury granola - it will convert you 0

It may take a moment for you to wrap your head around the concept of savoury granola. But once you try this crunchy, zingy recipe with the freshest, creamy Burrata you'll be a convert!
Leek and cheese flamiches -  The perfect summer lunch

Leek and cheese flamiches - The perfect summer lunch 0

As the name implies, these brioche-based tarts are of Flemish origin, but they have been baked in France since the 14th century. 

Gorgonzola Piccante - from the deep, dark depths of Valsassina

Gorgonzola Piccante - from the deep, dark depths of Valsassina 0

To many, the name Mauri is not one associated with Italy. But
the first records show this surname to surface in Milan, the
capital of Lombardy. 
Pecorino Toscano Stagionato - Well that’s surprising!

Pecorino Toscano Stagionato - Well that’s surprising! 0

Let’s face it, you can get somewhat “interested” in a pecorino. Yes, it is great on your pasta and we’ve all tasted it before. You shave it, grate it, sprinkle it and spread it on your favourite dish. You may even put it on a salad if you dare. Yeah, it’s a tad dull now. But then this happens; Pecorino Toscano. 
Bontaleggio di Grotta - Greatness from darkness

Bontaleggio di Grotta - Greatness from darkness 0

In the northern reaches of Lombardy, Italy lies a valley called
Valsassina. This North-South running valley starts high in the
snow capped mountains and extends down to empty it’s melted
snow into the famous Lake Como. Beneath these snow capped
mountains lie several deep and important caves that one man
recognised as the ideal place to mature cheese.
Gorganzola Dolce - La Dolce Vita

Gorganzola Dolce - La Dolce Vita 0

Ah, la dolce vita – a phrase that could only come from Italy and sums up in three little words the good life, the reverence of sheer pleasure and of indulgence. Certainly the Italians know better than most how to find the wonder and beauty in the simplest of things, and no more so than in their food and wine.