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This selection is a perfect appetiser, snack or something lovely to pop into a picnic basket. We've combined the impressive 'foglie de grano', handbaked crisp-breads lovingly crafted in a small bakery run by the Cravero brothers in the heart of the hilltop castle town of Barolo with a spicy sundried tomato bruschetta topping made using traditional methods in Salento, a peninsula that forms the tip of Italy's 'heel'. Pour out premium Prosecco from the Valdobbiadene region, and enjoy the best of Italian artisan snack food, sourced from the best of local producers


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Foglie di Grano (Italian crispbreads)

Saporista discovered these delicate, crunchy handmade Italian 'foglie' (or crisp breads) in an artisanal bakery in the heart of Barolo, in Piedmont, run by the Cravero family. They are truly special. The Cravero brothers' story began in 1979, when they bought the historical oven situated in front of Barolo's medieval castle. At the end of the 90s, needing more space, the bakery moved to new premises in Barolo's main town square. Over the years the bakery has maintained its traditional rituals and methods and not compromised on the quality of the ingredients they use. They have a deep love for a job that they describe as being 'born in our hands'. The foglie are made using an traditional Piedmontese method. Crunchy and fragrant, they are ideal with cheeses and cured meats, alternatively we recommend trying them with the olive, pepper and artichoke spreads in our aperitifs range. The foglie are made with soft wheat flour, water, sea salt, brewer's yeast and extra virgin olive oil. All the ingredients are natural and contain no flavourings or preservatives.

Bruschetta Rosso Piccantino (bruschetta topping)

Perche Ci Credo's 'Bruschetta Rosso Piccantino' is a traditional Italian topping for toast or crackers, and is perfect for an aperitif nibble or starter course. Try spreading it on our 'foglie' crispbreads. It's made with sun-dried tomatoes and pumpkin seeds, and a hint of chilli gives it a spicy kick. It also makes a fantastic stir-in pasta sauce. 'Perche ci credo' means 'because I believe' in Italian, and founder Enrico De Lorenzo chose this name for his food business, because of the passion he feels for his product. He says, 'I believe in finely chopped onion meeting genuine olive oil in the pan. I believe in red crushed tomatoes in red wine, and the joyful mix of flavours of red peppers and delicate courgettes. I think this is a simple pleasure we should not renounce, even in a jar. Thats why...I believe in it!'. Enrico's mission is to reconcile taste and excellent craftsmanship with modern requirements, proposing innovative recipes with due respect to the great Mediterranean culinary tradition.

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