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Crosta & Mollica, Posh Bread Thingies and Other Stuff

Crosta & Mollica

It’s not often these days that we do a brand focus on Cate in the Kitchen, but the gang at Crosta & Mollica sent me a hamper of their fancy bread thingies and I did so much good eating with it that I wanted to show it all to you in one place. So here we are. Instead of cutting up the images with words, let’s get them all together and then talk afterwards. See you in a few scrolls time.

Breakfast Sandwich

Crosta & Mollica

Crosta & Mollica

Crosta & Mollica

Crosta & Mollica

I’m legit impressed with the whole range – or at least the bits I’ve sampled. You know how some brands come to be a completely reliable source of a specific thing for you? (The example I always give here is GU, if you want a fancy and impressive and indulgent dessert, GU always has your back, you know?). I think that Crosta & Mollica have just become my go-to brand for fancy schmancy Italian bread thingies.

The featured image of this post is made up of their Grissini Breads and Tarallini, both of which were delicious and did a great job of lining my stomach before I went out and then making me feel better in the morning when accompanied by creamy delicious dips. They just taste like they’re made with good quality ingredients, which is, I think, a really important thing in a product like this.

The first few shots are what I made of their puccia flat rolls and classic piada. Again, you can really taste the quality there. They’re heated up and filled with whatever takes your fancy, and make for proper decent lunches.

Finally, and most dangerously, the peach conserve. I do not want to tell you how quickly I ate that entire jar. It’s seriously embarrassing. No, I mean it. Just trust me when I say it’s worth your time.

Can you think of a go-to quality brand example? I totally wanna hear it, hit me up in the comments.

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