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    "The trouble with eating Italian food is that two or three days later you're hungry again." - George Miller. Enjoy this Italian menu!

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    Panzenella is a Tuscan bread salad, ideal for summer which does not follow a particular recipe. The two ingredients that do not change are tomatoes and bread. This salad is great with a chilled glass of Prosecco and lots of sunshine.

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    Caprese Salad with Pesto Sauce: Juicy tomato and mozzarella cheese salad with pesto sauce. Topped with the freshness of basil.

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    Bruschetta: Country bread sliced and topped with different toppings. The evergreen tomato-basil and mushroom-garlic. The classic Italian starter.

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    Focaccia Bread: Fresh dough is topped with caramelized onions, olives, tomato slices, basil leaves and grated parmesan cheese, baked delicious.

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    Inspired by Venaz's recipe, Divya Burman brings to you a hot plate of creamy mushroom risotto with her own modifications.

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    Pasta Con Pomodoro E Basilico: Pasta with basic tomato and basil sauce. This is the most basic and simplest cooked pasta sauce, hence it is the benchmark of a good Italian home cook.

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    The classic Marghertia pizza with mozzarella cheese and basil leaves.

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    The delightful tiramisu recipe with sponge fingers soaked in coffee, layered around and smeared with a creamy mascarpone mixture. Really easy to make!

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    Panna Cotta With Raspberry Coulis: This Italian dessert is made from gelatine, cream and milk. Chilled and served with whole raspberries and raspberry coulis.




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