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Adventures in the Italian language part 1: Today we look at the wonderful world of Ciabatta
A little bit fiddly, a little bit delicious, definitely worth the effort. You can find the full recipe here.
A little bit fiddly, a little bit delicious, definitely worth the effort.
The main trick is to make enough passata to last until the next years harvest. This means big batches and roping in as many family members possible. Everybody brings their collected boxes and everybody joins in with the jobs.
In the UK the word passata is specifically applied to the savoury tomato juice in a jar but in Italy the word passata mean 'passed' as in passed through or made smooth and is applied to the action and end result rather than one specific fruit or vegetable.
The cherries ripen, full and red. The horse impatient and friendly waiting for his meal. The perennial sprouts of artichoke. Flashes of colour and flavour.