Pàtrimo- A Wine Born By Chance

Pàtrimo- A Wine Born By Chance

Cultivated in Italy since the late nineteenth century, Merlot has adapted to different soils and climates, showing a versatile personality, sometimes with surprising results. Pàtrimo was a wine born by chance because no one knew there were Merlot vines in Irpinia. The story began with an old supplier that was delivering grapes and not declaring […]

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Irish Coffee

Irish Coffee

During the 1940’s, Foynes in Ireland was the largest airport in Europe, receiving mainly American passengers.  A restaurant was opened to cater for these passengers who were important political figures and ‘A’ list Hollywood celebrities. As the weather in Ireland can be awful and cold, the chef there, decided to make a hot drink to […]

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Affogato

Affogato

Affogato means ‘drowned’ in Italian as the vanilla ice cream is drowned in the fresh hot shot of Espresso. Serve in a glass cup. Ingredients 45mL Grappa 30mL Kimbo Espresso Ground Coffee 15mL Coffee Liqueur such as Kahlua 1 Scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream Put a scoop of vanilla ice cream in a glass cup, […]

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Espresso Martini

Espresso Martini

The Espresso Martini is a modern cocktail, invented in the 1980’s in London’s famous Soho Brasserie. Serve in a Martini glass and garnish with 3 Kimbo coffee beans. Ingredients 30mL of hot freshly made Kimbo Espresso 45mL Vodka 20mL Coffee Liqueur such as Kahlua Shake all the ingredients with crushed ice and strain into a […]

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Iced Kimbo Coffee

Iced Kimbo Coffee

Iced Kimbo Coffee is a refreshing drink that’s easy to make. Serve in a tall glass with ice. Ingredients 200mL Kimbo Filtered Coffee 2 Teaspoon of sugar (optional) 2 Tablespoon of single cream Let the Coffee cool down, add sugar if required, and put in a fridge for 60 minutes.  Semi fill a tall glass […]

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Parmigiana Di Melanzane

Parmigiana Di Melanzane

Probably one of Naples most famous side dishes enjoyed over the world has been the source of controversy. Where did it originate from? Was it Naples, Parma or Sicily? Of probably Greek or Arabic in origin, the Parmesan cheese is not the origin of the name of the recipe, but possibly references to a Parmiciane […]

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Frittata Di Pasta-Pasta Omellete

Frittata Di Pasta-Pasta Omellete

What to do with a leftover Sunday spaghetti meal? Perhaps the best way to enjoy leftover spaghetti is to make a pan-fried egg dish using up that pasta with a few choice ingredients to transform it into a frittata that can be eaten hot or cold. This dish is a traditional recipe from the Campania […]

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