What is your favourite recipe you cook for yourselves?
Spaghetti al pomodoro, full of fresh basil and garlic, because every time I do it, my mum comes to my mind. Giapo.
Omelette with extra onions, parmesan and courgette. Annarosa.
The one thing you always have in your fridge?
Fresh fruit, all sorts. Annarosa and Giapo
If you could impart one piece of cooking knowledge to everyone, what would it be?
Cooking creativity is truly endless. Giapo.
There is no right or wrong in the kitchen. Annarosa.
If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life what would it be?
Ice cream. Giapo.
Ice cream. Annarosa.
Can you recall the moment when you knew you wanted to pursue a career in food?
Yes I do, I was in London and it happened that I was given a shift in the kitchen of an Italian restaurant called Bianco, and while iIwas scared as hell because it was my first time, at the end of it, it felt good. Giapo.
Although I am a chemist, I always felt natural in the kitchen since I was very young with my mum and grandfather. Annarosa.
Your go-to dinner party dessert?
Caprese cake. Annarosa.
The one thing you can never take off the Giapo menu?
The selfie cone.
Who are your food heroes?
David Bowie, although he never cooked, I could imagine what kind of hero he would have been if he had started it. Giapo
My mum and my mother in law , making any day of the week becoming an event . Annarosa.
What music, if any, do you like to listen to while in the kitchen?
Cher, we are both big fans.
Biggest kitchen disaster?
We have had many, one thing is sure is that Annarosa always comes as the fire fighter, ahahhaha. Giapo
Your guilty pleasure?
Ice cream no doubt. Giapo and Annarosa.
In all your travels, where have you experienced the best food (and what was it)?
Gennarino Esposito, Seiano, Napoli, Annarosa.
Where do you find your inspiration?
Clarity of intent.
The kitchen utensil you can’t live without?
You are currently craving?
Sfogliatella pastry. Annarosa.