Contains the basic ingredients to make your own pizza dough at home. Includes genuine Italian type 00 flour & San Marzano tomatoes for an authe...View full details
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Caputo flour is used in 80% of pizzerias in Naples. Why? Because Caputo select the best wheat & treat it with care, so it makes fantastic dough...View full details
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This dry yeast is ideal for making all types of dough, giving an incomparable taste. Ingredients: Baker's yeast, emulsifier E491 So, who makes this...View full details
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According to Wikipedia, the San Marzano tomato is a variety of plum tomato. It is, but that’s not all! They are simply delicious & are one of o...View full details
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Top quality tinned tomatoes from Sardinia, grown without use of pesticides & nothing added except Italian sunshine. Ingredients: Tomatoes, toma...View full details
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This beautiful passata is made from the seedless pulp of fresh, ripe Sardinian tomatoes. It has a lovely balance between sweetness & acidity - ...View full details
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This is a quality Italian extra virgin olive oil flavoured with chilli or 'peperoncino'. Excellent for spicing up any sauce, or on pizza or grilled...View full details
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This is a quality Italian extra virgin olive oil flavoured with truffle, or 'tartufo', to add a taste of luxury to pasta dishes. Go on, spoil yours...View full details
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Firstly, let's sort out the correct pronunciation... it's n'dooya! When I first tried this wonderful hot, spicy salami, courtesy of my Calabrian br...View full details
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Take a look at the I Contadini website & you will see the completely natural process used to sun-dry these zucchini. Hand-prepared & noth...View full details
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This organic extra virgin olive oil is unfiltered. It is made from cold-pressed olives, selected from the best organic olive groves in the Mediterr...View full details
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Leccino olives are believed to have originated in Tuscany, but now are grown all over Italy. Simply serve along with some grissini bread sticks as ...View full details