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Monthly Archive for January, 2011

Over the weekend I tried out this original, gluten free, dessert recipe from Gabriele Ferron – torta di riso. The result is a rich, soft chocolate pudding. Follow the recipe: Torta di riso Ingredients: 200gr carnaroli rice 1 ltr whole milk 150gr sugar 100gr dark chocolate 25gr sultanas 4 eggs grated rind of 1 lemon […]

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Eatmania is blooming

Eatmania is blooming. Food ideas and inspirations keep steaming our minds and the result is here – we are launching our new products for you to indulge in since we are importing exclusive Italian food to bring genuine and natural tastes to your tables. Masseria Maida introduces preservative-free products, made from high quality ingredients by […]

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I feel an adrenalin rush as soon as I manage to get hold of some high quality, original type of pasta. When I got acquainted with the Paccheri type in one Neapolitan restaurant I realised that this pasta could be an inspiration for culinary creativity. This short, tube-like pasta has two versions: lisce (smooth) or rigate (ridged) – […]

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Contributed by our blog follower and friend – Clayton Camilleri – this post takes us through a culinary tour of Spain’s vibrant capital. After his short holiday in Madrid together with his girlfriend AnnMarie, Clayton shared with us their Madrilena food experience. As he describes their eating adventures our tastebuds are so tantalised… Located to the south of the Guadarrams mountains, at […]

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Sweet octopus stew

Yesterday I could not attend to my regular appointment of preparing Sunday lunch thus I left everything in the hands of my mother. No matter how adventurous I am in the kitchen, I always look forward to eat some traditional dish prepared from a knowledgeable cook! Mum was always a cooking enthusiast, she was our […]

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Pandoro or other sweet leftovers?

If you prepare the Torta Diplomatica and have some sponge and puff pastry leftovers then you can try the following pudding. Alternatively you can use some pandoro instead of the sponge cake. Take large glasses or bowls and put a thick slice of sponge or pandoro at the bottom. Moisten the pandoro with some liqueur and […]

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Torta Diplomatica

The recipe looks complicated however it is more about paying attention with the preparation of the crema pasticcera rather than with the whole cake. You can prepare the sponge cake ahead. Sponge cake Here is Mum’s traditional method: whisk well 4 heaped tablespoons of sugar together with 4 eggs and few drops of vanilla essence […]

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Sale of home-made pies

No time to prepare a decent dinner after work? Think no more! Forget all about frozen and preserved food and concentrate on healthy, genuine products ready to be served. Choosing the healthier option is a rewarding experience! You can order our home-made pies prepared with butter-free pastry and filled with a varied combinations of ingredients. As you bite […]

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Pizza Maida – broccoli & olives

Masseria Maida also produces a large selection of vegetables preserved in extra virgin olive oil and herbs. These can make an original antipasto or served as part of a cheese and cured meats platter. However if you feel like beinge creative you can try preparing a mouth-watering pizza with the following Maida ingredients:

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We are currently importing products from Masseria Maida. This organisation produces genuine and healthy products made from ingredients cultivated in the Cilento region, situated in Campania – Italy. The recipes and preservation of Maida’s products goes back to old times when everything was more natural and fresh without additional chemicals and colourings. We will be […]

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