01 Jul 2014
July 1, 2014

Why is Caputo Flour the best?

Without doubt, Antico Molino Caputo makes the world’s best pizza flour; well that’s the opinion of G&O Foods. Through G&O we can bring you the best Caputo has to offer and we believe that out of anything you can do to make better pizza switching to Caputo Pizza flour will make the most difference. So.. read more →

14 Jun 2014
June 14, 2014

10 Tips for Cooking Healthy Italian Food

G&O are advocates of good, healthy and most importantly delicious Italian cooking. These are our top tips for keeping your home cooked Italian dishes health and authentic. 1. Not too much pasta People have a tendency to throw the entire bag of pasta into the pan and end up cooking too much and overindulging. A.. read more →

10 Jun 2014
June 10, 2014

G & O Foods in Pizza & Pasta Magazine

For any of you that currently subscribe to Pizza Pasta magazine, this advert of ours might look familiar. Check it our in issue 162, along with some great articles about Caputo flour itself. read more →

22 May 2014
May 22, 2014

G&O Foods on Pinterest

We’ve recently created two Pinterest Boards (Discover Italian Wine &  Delicious Italian Food) you might be interested in following. Our aim is to create a collection of stunning images show casing the best Italian food and wine from across the web. Please follow…thanks read more →

21 May 2014
May 21, 2014

Pizza Topping Chart

For anyone starting out from scratch in the pizza trade it can be a little daunting to know how much produce you need to keep in stock at any one time. If you have a big event coming up and need to know if you’ll have enough mozzarella to keep everyone happy, or if your.. read more →

11 May 2014
May 11, 2014

French wine making came from Italy

Found this interesting article from the BBC website suggesting the origins of french wine came from Italian wine methods. Evidence of the earliest winemaking in France has been described – and it indicates Italian origins. Shaped vessels called amphoras, known to have been imported from the Etruscan people of Italy around 500 BC, have shown.. read more →

10 May 2014
May 10, 2014

Funny Food Label Translations

Trying to choose the perfect name for your product can be an extremely difficult task and it’s clear that these products did not consider the meaning when translating into English. Would you order a Fagottini Ragu or eat VegePoo on toast? read more →

If you do not speak Italian, you may be confused about the words used on the label. Here’s a list of the most common words found on Italian wine labels. Label Word Meaning Azienda Company Barrique Oak Barrel to hold wine Bianco A white wine Bottigila Bottle Brut A dry sparkling wine Cascina Another name.. read more →

Pinot Grigio Cà Montebello - A straw-yellow wine with greenish hues. It is a delicate and typically fruity pinot grigio on the nose, with hints of ripe pears. On the palate it is dry, sapid and harmonious with a  good structure. Region: Lombardy Grapes: Pinot Grigio Abv: 11.5% read more →