Eat Pizza Repeat – Pizza Kit

Hello my lovely Forkers!

I was recently fortunate enough to have a couple of days in Pisa and Florence but somehow I was foolish enough to not stuff down a pizza during my stay! Don’t worry though, soon after I returned home I received this joyous package at my door from the gang at Eat Pizza Repeat! A pizza to cook in my own kitchen using carefully measured pre-prepped ingredients! Winner!

The kit I received was for 2x Premium Neapolitan Pizzas, along with a serving of Salame Di Chinghiale (premium wild boar salami), a pot of Mediterranean mixed olives and one of the Ultimate Chocolate Brownies. Swoooooon! As well as the lovely pizza kits on offer, Eat Pizza Repeat have a Deli section as part of their website which is filled with sliced cured meats, olives, cheese and treaty deserts like cannoli or gooey brownies. Mmmm…tasty little extraaas….

Here I am making up one of the pizzas, it was fun and easy to do and made me feel like I’d actually properly cooked something! Success and achievement!

We gobbled these up with the olives as a side which were a decent portion size and I was most delighted to find a little garlic in there too (love garlic)! The pizza itself was really nice. Again there was no scrimping in the kit and the cheese was plentiful! You can decide whichever toppings you’d like to add from either the Deli menu on the website or from your kitchen cupboards so you can make it as busy or simple as you wish.

We then heated the brownie in the microwave for a few seconds to give it a little bit of snuggliness. The brownie was super tasty and rich which I’m SO glad about because an unsatisfying brownie is a tragic thing…and not one you’ll find here!

Eat Pizza Repeat focus on the high quality of their ingredients and the food they produce – and it shows. They have a limited but very specific and deliberate menu so they can showcase their expertise in the products they provide. The ingredients actually come from Italy and they make sure they’re restaurant quality for customers too! It’s key for EPR that you enjoy your home pizza kit both for the experience and the taste. The pizza dough is even made fresh to order ready for you to shape into your dreamy pizza bebe!

DELIVERY:  It’s only £5 cost for nationwide delivery and the team deliver ready for the weekend on Thursdays and Fridays every week – but you must order before 6pm on Tuesday for delivery that same week.

The cost for a 2 pizza making kit comes in at £17.50 or you can get 4 for a bargainous £27.50. There are vegetarian versions available at the same price too. With the kits you get all the ingredients perfectly packaged in their little box along with a clear instruction leaflet. I made one pizza as shown in the video and in the second I added the toppings while the pizza was in the pan and grilled it all together. Both turned out great!

This year is pretty weird and many are having to stay home a lot more than usual and holdevents indoors with just the folks they live with. You could take this opportunity to give the gift of pizza….just click here! I received many foodie items for my birthday back in April and it really was a treat and also gave me something different and interesting to do!

I’d definitely recommend giving a pizza kit a go…I’m always down with eating…pizzaing and repeating. Gimme that pizza over and over again (please, thank you)!

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Gifted – thank you Eat Pizza Repeat!

 

B Factory – Naples, Italy

I love meat. This is well known about me and Naples is very full of fish and pizza but I want my meat injection – wahey – from this city too.  There are a few steak restaurants around, none are in the centre of Naples but I found one on the sea front.

Sea front restaurant about a 30min walk from the historical district. Easy to find if you walk straight down the Toledo (main shopping road, so I hear) then curve with the shoreline to the right. Or just Google maps it.

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Gino Sorbillo – Naples, Italy 

Gino Sorbillo is a famous pizzeria in the historic centre of Naples and as I usually plan my holidays around food I naturally had to go. When I dropped the name into Google Maps a ton of results were brought up…turns out that just to a make it nice and confusing there are quite a few Sorbillo named fooderies on the same road… yaaaay! However, don’t be fooled and make sure you head to the right one!

I did some digging and managed to find the much loved Sorbillo online, only to find out that (probably unsurprisingly) there’s usually a wait to get a seat. As seems to be the theme for my European breaks in 2017, it was raining. The one week in Naples a year when it rains, and naturally that would coincide with my visit. This plus a wait didn’t sound too joyous but I wanted a good pizza so set off with brolly in hand to get me just that.

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Pasta making with Tutti A Tavola 

Ciao! Today, we make-a some-a past-a with Silvana from Tutti-a-Tavola. And I promise I won’t type in that poor Italian/English stereotypical phonetic hybrid any more. Promise.

Based in West London, Silvana runs pasta making classes every week, rotating the type of pasta each month to keep you on your toes. Interesting! She covers both the glutenny and gluten-free pastas from scratch: Tuesday and Saturday evenings for the glutenny amongst us and gluten-free on Sunday lunchtime. We opted for the gluten ‘standard’ pasta, and the flavour of the month was Tricolore Garganelli! Huzzayy! Colourful pasta fun!

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Last Days of Shoreditch – Shoreditch, London

Following our preview post last month, here we have it, the return of the East London tropical beach pop up…the Last Days of Shoreditch.  I’m unsure where the name came from exactly but positioned on the crevis of Great Eastern Street and Old Street, you’ll find a beach hideaway nestled and ready for you to pull up a deckchair.

We were lucky enough to go to the launch of FDoS and although there was a little delay on allowing entry we were glad to get to the bar and have a drink as the sun was shining and we were all excited to see what was available this season.

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Dr Oetker – New Gluten Free Pizza Range

Last week we attended the launch of Dr Oetker’s Gluten Free pizza range to sample some bits and report back on what we thought of the GF options.  As a gluten-loving woman I wasn’t sure what to expect but I have an open mind and stomach.

Knowing that Coeliac disease (sensitivity to gluten) impacts 1 in 100 people in the UK brings a big reason for companies such as Dr Oetker to introduce a gluten-free option for their customers. Because everyone loves a bit of pizza, right? So why not give us all a good option?

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