Classic Scones

A warm scone, evenly parted with your hands, liberally smeared with butter and jam and then dolloped with cream – it never gets old.

Cacio e Pepe

Cacio e Pepe literally means cheese and pepper, if you’ve got those two things and approximately ten minutes (depending on pasta cooking time), then you can make this dish.

Ricciarelli (Italian almond biscuits) 

These Christmassy ricciarelli biscuits are gluten free, whip up in a flash and keep in an airtight container for weeks. They’re chewy, nutty, lemony, and we love them.

Simple Baked Gnocchi

A fellow Fair Fooder, Shell, shared this recipe when we first started stocking fresh gnocchi. It took us 6 months to get around to trying it, which is 6 whole months we were missing out on its magical simplicity.

Eggplant Parmigiana

Eggplants and tomatoes are really putting on a show at the moment, it seemed only right we make a parmigiana to celebrate.

Easy Home Made Mascarpone

Fresh mascarpone is easy to make, and the overnight draining time is definitely worth the wait. It delivers the creamiest, velvety mascarpone, better than anything you can buy at the supermarket.