The perfect nibble alongside cheese and antipasti platters, or simply serve them on their own with drinks. Fried exclusively in olive oil , this chips are flavoured with dried white truffle.
This is an artisan product from truffle specialists TartufLanghe, based in Piedmont – an Italian region famous for truffles.
100g bag, 45g bag
This delicious porcini and truffle cream can be used as a sauce for pasta, a simmer-sauce for pan-fried veal or beef fillets, added to mashed potatoes or used in canapes. It is a concentrated sauce that needs to be blended with a little cream or olive oil before using. Contains 73% porcini mushrooms and 5% truffles.
These mini Italian crispbreads from artisan baker Mario Fongo are super versatile – serve them with your cheese platters or make your own creative canapés. Made with high quality flour, yeast and extra virgin olive oil for an authentic flavour and superior crispness. 100g pack.
Grey salt from Guérande in France, with shaved with Black Truffle (Tuber Aestivum). Excellent to season all your cold and warm dishes, such as pasta and risotto, eggs, omelettes, grilled meats, carpaccio, cheese, potatoes, salads and vegetables. 30g jar.
Ligurian Taggiasche olives are famous for their round, full flavour. These olives in brine are grown and produced by Olio Roi – a family company in the Argentina Valley in the San Remo hinterland, where the cultivation of olive trees has been a tradition since Roman times.
These Italian crispbread are commonly known as ‘Mother in Law Tongues’ because they are long and pointed. They are a great alternative to crackers – they have a light, crisp texture and present beautifully on cheese and antipasto platters. Sea Salt, 200g packet
These Italian crispbread are commonly known as ‘Mother in Law Tongues’ because they are long and pointed. They are a great alternative to crackers – they have a light, crisp texture and present beautifully on cheese and antipasto platters. Reggiano, 200g packet