14 December 2014

Christmas Giveaway Bonanza #15 - £50 Voucher for Italian Food Site UFUUD


For my fifteenth giveaway in my Christmas Giveaway Bonanza I am offering one lucky reader a £50 voucher to spend in UFFUD plus a special prize. (open to readers anywhere in Europe)


photo: UFFUD
UFUUD is an online shop which specialises in the best of Italian ingredients.

Here's what the company say:

"Our aim was to create a channel for other food-lovers like us genuinely interested in premium Italian produce - a place where they could obtain a highly selective range of genuine products, in many cases bearing special certificates (DOC, DOP, etc.) testifying to quality and provenance—and to attempt to foster greater awareness of the Italian cuisine around the world, and meanwhile help safeguard our ancient traditions." 

I tried out the service and was very pleased. It was a bit pricey, but you are paying for quality and authenticity.



I ordered:


Zebrina Spaccatella Tomatoes 580 g SUGUR006 1 £8.50
Egg Gramigna Pasta 250 g PASCM009 1 £5.30
Bronze-Extruded Egg Maltagliati Pasta 250 g PASFI007 1 £5.30
Ready-Made Basil Sauce 190 g SUGAG001 1 £3.90
Ready-Made Spicy Sauce 190 g SUGAG002 1 £4.30
Mountain Lentils 500 g LEGMF002 1 £4.20
Sauce with Yellow Tomato and Friariellli Peppers 180 g SUGVA007 1 £18.50
Wild Blueberry Syrup 500 ml SCIAL003 1 £10.30
Raspberry Syrup 500 ml SCIAL002 1 £12.00
Peach Juice 720 ml SUCGI003 1 £6.50
Pear Juice 720 ml SUCGI002 1 £6.50


The peach and pear juice are thick and delicious, nothing like the ones you buy in the supermarket.

The pasta sauces are really tasty and I've been using the wild blueberry and raspberry syrup to whizz up milkshakes, although they are great poured over ice cream too.

I've still to try the other ingredients, but I'm sure I'll enjoy them too.



Would you like to win a £50 voucher to spend at UFUUD and a special prize?

Pop over to the website for a look and leave me a comment telling me what product you would pick first then enter via the rafflecopter box below (it may take a moment to load).

This giveaway is open to all my readers in Europe and will close on 4 January 2015.

Good luck!




Disclosure: UFFUD sent me a voucher to try out their service and are providing the prizes. I was not expected to write a positive review and any opinions expressed are my own. 

197 comments:

  1. I'd choose the assorted pralines. I LOVE chocolate and like to try ones from different places.

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  2. nom nom i would pick Ready-Made Spicy Sauce

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  3. Parmigiano Reggiano 60 months 1kg, what a treat!

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  4. I'd get some prosciutto crudo, a selection of pastas and some carnaroli rice

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  5. I would probably buy some of their pasta

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  6. WOW The site has some delicious items! At the top of my list would be the Tuna Fillets in Brine! I adore Tuna and often buy steaks to grill but I have never tried fillets!

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  7. I would pick lots of different pasta & sauces

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  8. I'd like to try their salamis - maybe piacenza??

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  9. Pear and Saffron Mustard Chutney sounds interesting

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  10. I would love to try truffle and parmigiana cream

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  11. Got to be the perk belly ragu (sorry!)

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  12. Pear juice is one of my favourite things in the world, so definitely some of that!

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  13. I like the sound of the ready made basil sauce

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  14. At the top of my list would be some olive oil!

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  15. I would get some cheese!

    AShleigh

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  16. The raspberry syrup would be good, I'm sure I could use that in a lot of recipes!

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  17. I think I 'd go for the organic Semi Dried Tomatoes in Extra Virgin Olive Oil

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  18. I think I 'd go for the organic Semi Dried Tomatoes in Extra Virgin Olive Oil

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  19. Probably some Prosciutto as that's a rare treat in our hose, the price it is!

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  20. i would probably choose some pasta and second on olive oil as i need some! :)

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  21. Wild Blueberry syrup, brought some back from Nova Scotia and it's nearly finished

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  22. I'd go for some craft beers like the Regina del Mare Beer.

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  23. Peach and pear juice

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  24. Definitely the Chestnut and Cocoa paste

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  25. it mostly all looks yum but i like the sound of the cinnomon chocolate ! :)

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  26. Bronze-Extruded Organic Senatore Cappelli Spaghetti

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  27. Would like to try the Antico Frantoio Intini Organic Olive Oil.

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  28. some fine balsamic, pesto and and lump of Parmesan

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  29. I would buy The Truffle Pecorino cheese

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  30. Prosciutto, chocolate and rice - all three main food groups ;-)

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  31. I would get some Truffle Pecorino cheese

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  32. The truffle and parmigiana cream sounds amazing

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  33. Claire Elizabeth NokeSunday, 14 December, 2014

    I would probably choose........ Antiche Cantine Line 24-Month Cured Parma Ham 1.4 kg (when its back in stock!!) REALLY treat us :)

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  34. ready made basil sauce

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  35. So many gorgeous items I would be in foodie heaven. Would definitely buy the Pugliese Tomato , Carnaroli Rice and the Elderflower syrup.

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  36. some of the cheese and chutney's look lovely.The Marmalade and chocolates would also be top of the list and the biscuits look really nice too.

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  37. Definitely some pasta and sauces to go with xx

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  38. I would try the Garlic Free Pesto Genoese as it's gluten free and some extra virgin olive oil.

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  39. The Truffle Pecorino Cheese sounds interesting

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  40. the sauces - would make cooking easier and oh-so-delicious

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  41. some lovely balsamic and Wild Blueberry Syrup

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  42. Orangic olive oil, and Gold medals Balsamic

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  43. The Artemide rice looks amazing.

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  44. £50 would enable me to try lots of things that I would not normally buy, for example the lovely syrups.

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  45. Biscotti for me, but lots of other things as well!

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  46. http://www.ufuud.co.uk/en/food/sweets/cookies/tiramisu-biscuits-200-gr.html I'm a sucker for anything Tiramisu inspired!

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  47. Samantha LancasterMonday, 15 December, 2014

    Truffle Pecorino cheese x

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  48. I would get some Parmesan as my hubby always moans that. Don't have the genuine stuff!

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  49. Raspberry syrup! it sounds amazing! :D

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  50. Lots of Pasta and Sauces :) please can i be considered. Many Thanks and Merry Christmas x

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  51. There are so many delicious things here, but I think I'd go first for some special olive oil - the sort you'd just never normally buy.

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  52. Some sorts of pesto and sweets (biscuits, chocolate)
    Thanks, Lubka K.

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  53. Pasta and chocolate, especially the salted chocolate bar!

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  54. Firstly, I would choose a bar each of Ginger and Lemon chocolate, they look and sound divine, my treat, I would also choose some sauces and maybe pasta x

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  55. Nice things! Organic Fig and Lemon preserve mmmm.

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  56. I'd load up on proscuitto crudo! http://www.ufuud.co.uk/en/food/cold-cuts/prosciutto-crudo/grandi-sapori-hand-sliced-shoulder-of-pork-60-gr.html

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  57. The Truffle Pecorino cheese sounds delish as does most of it

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  58. Ready-Made Spicy Sauce i love things with a bit of a kick to them

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  59. Great to see some good organic items on the UFUUD website! I would love to try the Organic Lemon Preserve...http://www.ufuud.co.uk/en/organic-food/marmellata-di-limoni-bio.html I enjoy trying new things on my toast in the morning :-)

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  60. The silver medal balasmic vinegar would be on my list

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  61. I'd buy some pasta and some of the yummy looking biscuits.

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  62. The truffle pecorino cheese looks amazing.

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  63. The olive oil for £24.50! Must taste A-mazing :)

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  64. Olive oil .. We use it for everything, from facials to hair masks, to season my chopping boards. Heck, we even eat it (lol).

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  65. So much to choose from but I think I would get a bottle of Nocellare del Belice Reserve Oil :)

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  66. I would go for the Olive oil. I use lots and lots of it!!

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  67. my pick: Chestnut and Dark Chocolate paste

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  68. The ready-made Aubergine Sauce sounds delicious, I have tried an Italian ready made vegetable pasta sauce and it is nothing like the supermarket varieties! I also would like to try a really good quality balsamic as I have only just bought cheapest.

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  69. Bronze-Extruded Truffle Chitarrone Pasta - mmmmm ... truffles!

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  70. Wild blueberry syrup sounds amazing. I have bookmarked the site, and will be certainly having a good browse.

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  71. With so many types of tomatoes, it would have to be one of those ... Or maybe a couple of jars.

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  72. I'd buy a selection of the Meat Sauces they look delicious and a great base for any dish

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  73. The basil sauce- we eat so many tomatoes in our recipes the basil sauce would be fantastic

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  74. I would choose some hame, probably the Tartufo Rosa 30-Month Cured Ham

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  75. I would be tempted to blow the lot on IV Centenario 4 Gold Medals Balsamic Vinegar 250 ml and some olive oil. I would let my partner choose that though.

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  76. I'd pick the ready made Basil Sauce as I could soon rustle up a Bolognaise with it:-)

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  77. Ready made Spicy sauce

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  78. Traditional All-Butter Shortcrust Frolla Ricca Biscuits

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  79. The Truffle Pecorino cheese

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  80. Cheeses...praline...chocolate ...There is so much good stuff to choose from. Totally adorable. Merry xmasxX

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  81. I'd buy the chestnut and dark chocolate paste - yum!

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  82. This seems like a really good brand; I must admit though, I have not heard of it before.

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  83. I'd love to try the Sauce with Yellow Tomato and Friariellli Peppers

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  84. I love Pickled veggies so Pickled Marinated Vegetables are first choice for me and also the smoked and marinated fish! Yum!

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  85. Pasta or cheese it would be for me but it is very difficult to choose.

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  86. A range of different pastas to try.

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  87. Parmigiano Reggiano 60 months 1kg :)

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  88. Praline chocolates would be my first choice.

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  89. the ready made spicy sauce for me :)

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  90. wild blueberry syrup sounds yummy. c

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  91. asparagus pestato sauce - sounds interesting

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  92. Pear and Saffron Mustard Chutney

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  93. The ready made spicy sauce or maybe some pralines :)

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  94. organic Semi Dried Tomatoes in Extra Virgin Olive Oil

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  95. The huge parmesan chunk!

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  96. I would pick the Bronze-Extruded Egg Maltagliati Pasta

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  97. Probably :- Pasta, Sauces, Chocolates, Fruit juice/s etc.

    Rachel Craig

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  98. I adore Parmesan so I'd choose the Parmigiano Reggiano 60 months 1kg

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  99. Definitely some Parmesan, and probably some meat and pasta

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  100. I would like to try the Truffle Pecorino cheese sounds so nice x

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  101. Probably the classic bolognese sauce, it's not exciting but it would keep my six year old happy and make easy meals for me!

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  102. Anything cheesey for me so the truffle Pecorino sounds good!!!

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  103. Truffle Pecorino cheese for me!

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    1. I would choose Fiaschetto semi-dried tomato in EVO 180 g

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  104. Calemone’s l’Oro del Parco extra virgin olive oil and maybe a few other treats too.

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  105. I would choose the ready made sauces. Authentic Italian food prepared in minutes - right up my street!

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  106. I'd choose the Antiche Cantine Line 24-Month Cured Parma Ham

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  107. The Raspberry Syrup would be so useful and sounds delicious, I think that I would make a vegan raspberry 'cheesecake'!

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  108. I'd love to try the Mountain Lentils :)

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  109. Prosciutto crudo for me - love this but it's a treat, rather than something I buy every day!...

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  110. Prosciutto crudo - I love this, but not something I buy every day, so it's a real treat

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  111. I would buy some really good balsamic vinegar

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  112. I would order a few bottles of Verdi Imperial Stout Beer 0,33 cl. 'The smell reveals aromas of chocolate, liquorice, coffee and tobacco, with nuances of liqueur.' I hope it tastes like it smells.

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  113. I'd start with the assorted pralines

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  114. I'd love to try the Aubergine and Sun-Dried Tomato Pestato Sauce... sounds delicious!

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  115. I would choose the Ready-Made Spicy Sauce and some Prosciutto

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  116. Chestnut and Dark Chocolate paste sounds gorgeous, so I'd start with that.

    @jaizduck

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  117. So many lovely things to choose from including my favourite Prosciutto crudo.

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  118. Truffle pecorino cheese sounds heavenly

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  119. I would choose the Proscuitos and other hams, some great ideas to create pizzas with those

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  120. The Wild Blueberry syrup sounds just my cup of tea

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  121. I would go for the raspberry syrup first, yum!

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  122. I would love the Wild Blueberry syrup!

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  123. The lemon chocolate bar

    trevor linvell

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  124. L'oro Olive Oil looks nice!

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  125. Sauce with Yellow Tomato and Friariellli Peppers

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  126. Sauce with Yellow Tomato and Friariellli Peppers

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  127. Any spicy sauce would be lovely!

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  128. I would pick Wild Blueberry Syrup 500 ml because I think it would go well with my porridge in the mornings for breakfast. Although, there is plenty there I would love to buy - if I had the money

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  129. I would pick the peach juice to make some yummy bellinis with my leftover christmas champagne!

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  130. I would love to try the spicy sauce! i love hot and spicy :)

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  131. Parmigiano Reggiano as it's one of the things we use in our meatballs, lasagne and macaroni cheese so would save a bit of cash for us this year.

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  132. I would order a really good olive oil & proscuitto

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  133. L’Oro del Parco Extra Virgin Olive Oil 500 ml

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  134. Ian SummerscalesFriday, 02 January, 2015

    Wild Blueberry and raspberry syrups

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  135. Some proper parmesan, anchovies, salami...it would be fantastic!

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  136. charlotte thorntonFriday, 02 January, 2015

    Pancetta sounds lovely!

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  137. charlotte thorntonFriday, 02 January, 2015

    Pancetta sounds lovely!

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  138. I would love to try the Organic Traditional Piennolo del Vesuvio PDO Tomatoes. They sound lovely, and I like the way they're prepared. Thank you for popinting me towards this site!

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  139. Would have to try the Fig and Green Tomato Pickle. It sounds really delicious!

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  140. A huge piece of Parmigiano Reggiano for grating onto the top of Italian dishes.

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  141. The raspberry syrup sounds lovely

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  142. The Ready-Made Spicy Sauce sounds intriguing. Would like to test it out.

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  143. Fig and Green Tomato Pickle looks lovely

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