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10 reasons to buy the Italian issue of Jamie magazine

  • 05.05.2017
  1. Jamie’s fantastic filled pasta
    If you’ve always wanted to master how to make perfect ravioli, tortellini or cappellacci from scratch, Jamie’s step-by-step recipes have got you covered, from tips on how to roll, shape and fill your dough like a pro, to the perfect sauces to enjoy with your pasta.Raviolo
  2. Dinner at Gennaro’s
    We visited Gennaro Contaldo’s beautiful Norfolk farmhouse for this issue, where the loveable Italian chef cooked up a rustic menu inspired by spring’s abundant ingredients. Don’t miss his pastiera di grano, a citrus-scented ricotta tart: you won’t be able to resist a second slice.Gennaro Contaldo
  3. Herby Italian baking
    This month’s baking feature elevates sweet and savoury Italian classics, like focaccia and ricciarelli, with fragrant thyme, parsley and sage.Bread plait
  4. On the London pasta trail
    The UK capital is packed with restaurants, delis and cookery schools specialising in everything from simple spaghetti to lavishly filled shapes. Discover our favourite places in the city to get your carby fix in this month’s travel story.Fresh pasta
  5. Massimo Bottura’s fight on food waste
    The legendary Italian chef tells us why he’s taking action to tackle the shocking amount of food wasted every year, and shares some recipes to transform those valuable scraps.Massimo
  6. Antonio Carluccio’s shelfie
    The London home of Antonio Carluccio holds a treasure trove of cookery collectables – take a peek inside and read the stories behind his most-loved items.Carluccio's
  7. Anna Del Conte’s desert island dish
    Discover why picagge alla genovese would keep a stranded Anna Del Conte happy.
  8. Food trends to follow now
    From the latest UK openings to stylish aperitivo bars and the new wave of artisan pizza, this issue has the lowdown on what’s hot and happening with Italian food in the UK right now.
  9. Emiko Davies’ foodie tour of Florence
    The blogger-turned-food-writer shares the best spots to enjoy a delicious day in the Italian city of love, taking you from a snappy morning espresso to a lingering evening dinner in her favourite trattoria.
  10. Mediterranean midweek-meal ideas
    We’ve looked to the flavours of Italy for quick and easy inspiration: there’s loads of ideas for speedy, simple weeknight dinners – think hearty pasta bakes, easy fish suppers and quick chicken dinners.

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