#3 FOOD NEWS: Sounds of Paolo Nutini, wild garlic pesto & couture chocolate curls

KEEPING AN EYE ON ALL THINGS BRITALIAN

This week’s must-haves:

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BOOK: Never mind Will and Kate, Milton Keynes received a visit from our favourite King (of the Jungle). The gorgeous Gino D’Acampo has been promoting his new book Pronto, let’s cook Italian in 20 mins. Simple cooking with good ingredients – a great collection of quick, tasty, affordable recipes.

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#2 FOOD NEWS: Fashion biscuits, panini, pies & British asparagus

KEEPING AN EYE ON ALL THINGS BRITALIAN

Taking the biscuit

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With over 100 pieces on display in the Glamour of Italian Fashion exhibition at London’s V&A from fashion houses such as Valentino, Gucci and Sorelle Fontana it really is a feast for the eyes. I thought I would show my appreciation for such sumptuous glamour with some hopefully equally sumptuous biscuits.

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My first ‘Fifty’

In response to The Daily Post at WordPress challenge, here is my 50 word story.

Intrigue

As his knife hit skin, Paolo knew this would be the first and last time, he just wanted to know what it was like. Intrigue had got the better of him. Touching the cold, white blob, he slashed down again. Tomorrow his wife could return to making the Caprese salad.

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See my more standard Caprese salad recipe in tomorrow’s Food News

 

#1 FOOD NEWS: Tennis canapés, Italian tomatoes in London & one arty coffee to go

KEEPING AN EYE ON ALL THINGS BRITALIAN 

Murray vs Fognini: Chill out and have a Britalian iced canapé!

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Phowoaar-nini more like! If anyone was going to beat Murray – a gorgeous Italian swiftly moving around the clay is certainly going to soften the blow. If the match was to be decided on style Mr Murray should have certainly stayed in Blighty – the 1980s paperboy look really wasn’t cutting-it.

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