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Balsamic Vinegar from Modena – Light 25cl

£7.95

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Product Code: 43155

This light balsamic vinegar is especially suited to marinades or where a large quantity is required, but is also ideal for vinaigrettes or in sauces.

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Emilia-Romagna

Emilia-Romagna is the north-eastern region of Italy, home to two historic regions of ‘Emilia’ & ‘Romagna’.
Its capital and largest city is Bologna, famous for its beautiful buildings, architecture and churches dating from the Roman period. The University of Bologna is the world's oldest university, founded in 1088.
On a slightly more modern front, Emilia-Romagna is the automotive centre of Italy. Ferrari, Bugatti, Lamborghini and Maseratis are all made in the region. However, it is also the birth place of some of the most traditional and well-known Italian foods: Parma prosciutto ham, balsamic vinegar (only made in the cities of Modena and Reggio-Emilia) and Parmigiano Reggiano (parmesan cheese).

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Emilia-Romagna

Ingredients

Wine vinegar (SULPHITES), cooked grape must, concentrated grape must, caramel colour E150d. Acidity 6%.
Allergy advice: for allergens, see ingredients in BOLD

How to use

Good for everyday use, and great in vinaigrettes.

Panettone al Cioccolato 1kg

£17.95

Made with milk and dark chocolate pieces, and iced with a hazelnut glaze.

 

The panettone-making process beings every September (the exact date depends on the weather). Once the dough is made, it’s left to prove overnight before the chocolate is added. The mixture is then divided into the traditional paper cases and left for many hours to prove in a very warm room. The cakes are then baked in the oven, where they spend only a short time before being whipped out, turned upside down and left to cool. Being cooled upside down is what gives them their characteristic shape. They then head off to be hand-packed and sent on their journey to us.

 

We think panettone is lovely on Christmas morning with a glass of prosecco. Or toasted with butter and fig jam. Or eaten plain alongside a cappuccino. The list goes on…

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