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We hope you had a fantastic Christmas and wish you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year!
This month we wanted to add a healthy recipe to our collection and have chosen a simple but delicious pasta, primavera. Ideal for resolutions of healthy eating and a recipe that can be re-invented with different pasta shapes and as the seasons, and the availability of fresh or homegrown produce changes.
We also have a great January offer. So delighted are we with the Silver Spoon cookbook that we have decided to give away our last remaining copies!! Worth £24.95 and containing 2,000 recipes, this cookbook is a must for every kitchen. So if you were quietly disappointed that the Silver Spoon was not in your stocking, then simply spend £100 online at http://www.letsgoitalian.com/ or in our Lossiemouth deli and a copy of the Silver Spoon will be included in your order. If Lossiemouth is not on your doorstep, we recommend this month's Taste Italia magazine which features Denise and the Let's Go Italian deli in its deli in focus section. Fame at last!!
Let's Go Italian will also be attending a number of shows and events this year and our news page will be filled with the dates as they are confirmed. We have already booked in to the 2008 Good Food Show in Glasgow and will return to the Taste of Grampian to name a couple. Our pasta classes will also recommence shortly and the dates will be posted on our website very soon. To register interest for our January classes, please email [email protected]
If your calendar is looking a bit quiet in January and you want a good excuse to get friends together, why not host a Let's Go Italian evening. Enjoy sampling our Italian food and stock up your own cucina at the same time. Our aim is to create a relaxed, fun evening and we even bring our own crockery and do the washing up! To book, call 0845 373 6781 or email [email protected] All hosts will receive a free gift as well as money off their own order.
Pasta Primavera
500g pasta, cooked, any shapeolive oil for cooking1 onion, chopped finely50ml white wine500g mixed green vegetables such as asaragus, green beans, broad beans and peas400g ripe tomatoes, skinned, deseeded and choppeda handful of basil and minta handful of Parmesan cheese80g Parma ham (cut into strips) salt and pepperbasil leaves
1. Cut green beans and asaragus into 2-3cm lengths.2. Cover the base of a frying pan with olive oil and gently heat.3. Add the onion and gently fry until softened. Add the wine and bubble until evaporated.4.



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