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http://competition.play.com/Competition_Popup.asp?id=559 Play.com Link Gino D'Acampo is the relative new kid on the block of British TV, and his simple, delicious recipes are going down a treat! Bel… Read More
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Gino D'Acampo is the relative new kid on the block of British TV, and his simple, delicious recipes are going down a treat! Believing in 'minimum effort, maximum food', Gino has put together 100 Italian recipes that anyone can manage to cook. So give yourself over to Gino's capable hands, follow his 10 rules of cooking, and you'll soon be feeling Italian at heart!

To celebrate Gino's new book, we're offering one lucky winner a hamper full of wonderful Italian delicacies, including food and Italian red wine! Delicious pesto, succulent olives, red wine and much more. Perfect to get you started on your journey of discovering Italian food!

To stand a chance of winning, simply answer this question, fill in your details and hit go! Competition closes - 18th November 2007
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#1
entered...thanks!

however, many internet sources said that pizza did not originate in italy
#2
BTW, the answer for the comp is Naples:)
#3
From a site chosen at random (well, I googled 'pizza origin' & then chose at random from the results:giggle: )
Eventually the idea of flat bread found its way to Italy where, in the 18th century, the flat breads called "Pizzas", were sold on the streets and in the markets. They were not topped with anything but were enjoyed au naturel. Since they were relatively cheap to make, were tasty and filling, they were sold to the poor all over Naples by street vendors.The acceptance of the tomato by the Neapolitans and the visit of a queen contributed to the Pizza as we know and enjoy it today.
#4
Entered thanks.
#5
andy24
Entered thanks.


Welcome to HUKD andy24 :)
#6
Thanks have entered :thumbsup:
#7
Entered, and thanks for answer
#8
Thanks - just entered
[mod]#9
Thanks edi :)
#10
Hope I entered in time.
#11
Entered Thanks

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