Home Let's Eat All Things Food Italian made easy…

Italian made easy…

We’re making pasta this weekend (have you seen this month’s mag, with the gnocchi and chorizo recipe … seriously yum). And since we’re in an Italian mood … we need to stock up. After all, we can’t make a delizioso meal without a bottle of good olive oil, made-in-Italy risotto, or a jar of pesto. Essentials, we think, which we always keep in our pantry and fridge. And you don’t need to travel too far … there’s everything you need (and some items you may not need but my gosh you’ll want) at the Italian Deli Online. From organic penne to 00 flour, from bottles of passata to sliced artichokes in olive oil to fig, cranberry and pistachio biscotti. Bon appetit.

WIN!

Click on italiandelionline.co.za and go wild! For one lucky reader, Italian dinner’s on us. We’ve got a hamper filled with around R750 worth of deli deliciousness to give away. Simply follow us, like this post and tag an Italian-loving friend (or even an Italian friend). The winner will be drawn from across our social media accounts on August 25. Buona fortuna!

- Advertisement -
Previous articlePasta perfect
Next articleHow to wear a scarf…

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Must Read

15 tips to spring clean your budget…

Just like your home benefits from an annual spring clean, with a fresh look and less clutter, your wallet and your bank account can...

How to dress on trend without breaking the budget…

It’s time for bright hues, bold prints and trendy loungewear ... so get your smartphone out and let the price-savvy wardrobe update begin!Having access...

A trio of thrilling novels by Paula Hawkins

Paula Hawkins is the bestselling author of The Girl on the Train, and her latest novel, A Slow Fire Burning, is yet another unputdownable...

Celebrating Heritage Day

Happy Heritage Day. What better day to enjoy a fine meal and glass of wine with your family and friends. Muriate, the historic estate established...

Three avolicious braai sides

What’s a braai without a salad, and what’s a salad without avo, right? Whichever way you plan to enjoy your Heritage Day braai, we have...