30 AUGUST 2021
You may or may not have gathered but we're pretty obsessed about all things edible - and a few more things too! As we regularly stumble upon some great finds, food or no, and we thought we'd share our favourites with you!
To our delight, we recently discovered yet another type of flatbread: piadina. Flatbreads really seem to be universal, from Indian naan bread to Mexican corn tortillas or pitta bread from the Levant, every corner of the world seems to have its version. And apparently, so does Italy!

Piadinas, also called piadas are absolutely delicious thin flatbreads that stem from the Romagna region in northern Italy. In fact, the unleavened flatbreads go back all the way to the Middle Ages.
Today they are still a popular Italian street food that can be filled with anything from vegetables to fish or parma ham and cheese.

We have yet to have a go at making them from scratch as we have found these tasty ready-made ones. They are really great for an easy and quick lunch that is also versatile. You can find our speedy recipe here for a piadina filled with grilled courgette, burrata and a little mint pesto for a Summery vegetarian lunch.

How About You?

What have been your discoveries and these last few weeks? Let us know as we always enjoy hearing what you stumbled upon as we get to discover lots of new things!


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