Easter time in Italy

Easter, la Pasqua, is the second biggest holiday in Italy after Christmas. A famous Italian saying goes “A natale con i tuoi a pasqua con chi vuoi”, which means that you should spend Christmas with your family but you may spend Easter with whoever you would like to instead. Despite the saying, Italians on Easter Sunday…

SNAP-A-PRIZE COMPETITION!

POST a PHOTO of your food for the chance to WIN a FREE MEAL for 4 people. (T&Cs apply)*             *Terms & Conditions 1. For your entry to be valid, you must post a PHOTO of the food you have enjoyed at the Three Horseshoes on your preferred social media platform – Facebook,…

How to ruin pasta in 5 easy steps.

Cooking pasta is not as easy as you think! You boil some water, throw in some pasta, drain it and add a little oil to keep it from sticking and voila! Buon appetito! Wrong! Here’s five common pasta mistakes you’ve probably been making. Adding oil to the cooking pot: EH? We have no clue as…

10 Random Facts about Pasta

Is it true that the Chinese knew what pasta was before the Italians did?? We are afraid to tell you that…yes they did. It still burns. But in all fairness, Italians are to be credited for having made this humble staple ingredient great – let alone our main source of sustenace. Let’s find out more about…