Royal Acadamy in the house

Last week the lovely ladies (and a man or two!) from the Royal Academy came to the Doodle Bar for a day of inspiring talks around the theme of words and stories, delicious Street Kitchen lunch, drinks and doodles!

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They heard thought provoking talks by Alan Brookes from The Writer, from Sunday Times journalist Camilla Long, Ben Payne from the Ministry of Stories and to round up the day artist and architect Will Alsop OBE RA held court out on the Doodle Beach. Will was the architect who designed the Doodle Bar and was the creator of TESTBED1, our space with ‘no agenda’.

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Illustrator of the Week….Lorenzo Davitti

This summer the Doodle Bar is collaborating with various illustrators at our Dockside Diner series of pop-up lunches on The Beach. Customers will be able to watch them in action whilst enjoying their lunch and listening to live music and will be able to make an offer on final pieces or commission bespoke works. Keep an eye on our blog and social media pages for future featured artists! 

Our illustrator this week is

LORENZO DAVITTI

Lorenzo was one of the artists doing live illustration at our last Dockside Diner Louisiana Crayfish Boil lunch. Whilst everyone was getting stuck in – enjoying an authentic Deep South feast, live Blues and Cajun music and crayfish racing, Lorenzo – along with other illustrators – was doodling away.

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Illustrator of the Week…Saachi Mehta

This summer the Doodle Bar is collaborating with various illustrators at our Dockside Diner series of pop-up lunches on The Beach. Customers will be able to watch them in action whilst enjoying their lunch and listening to live music and will be able to make an offer on final pieces or commission bespoke works. Keep an eye on our blog and social media pages for future featured artists! 

Our first Illustrator of the Week is…

Saachi Mehta

A Storyteller. Illustrator. Graphic Designer. Fine Artist. Writer. & Blogger.
Founder at CanvasClicks and Co – Founder at Blah-Always.
Born in November, 1993 in Mumbai, India.

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Oh Spit!

Graduated with Bachelor of Commerce from H.R.College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai and Visual and Communication Arts from L.S.Raheja, School of Art, Worli, Mumbai. Currently pursuing MA Illustration & Visual Media from London College of Communication, University of the Arts, London.

“I am passionate about all types of art – Fine Arts, Literary Arts & Performing Arts. A hardcore believer in daydreaming and yet a creative workaholic. Being a city spirit with wanderlust, I love travelling and find inspiration from the people I meet on these journeys. I collect stories from people, places and experiences and communicate these stories through my work.

I am a self-confessed ‘curious soul’ with a love for finding out about our natural surroundings and quotation enthusiast.

I work across handwork, digital rendering with time based media and interaction design between this analogue and digital world. I enjoy the freedom that comes with all these mediums, and how with the help of technology, they can all be merged to create wonder and amazement.”

Awards and Nominations:

Winner of Ladybird Publication Exhibition Prize 2015 – Outstanding installation and exhibition response, D&AD Kyoorius Student Awards Illustration In – Book Nomination 2014, D&AD Kyoorius Student Awards Red Elephant Trophy 2013, Asmita Applied Art Access Award 2014, Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust and Padma Binani Foundation Prize for Poster Design (runner up) 2014, New Farhan Decorators at Kalpotsav by L.S.Raheja, School of Art Illustration Prize 2014.

Always enthusiastic for new projects and energetic about collaborations. So feel free to get in touch and create new stories.

saachimehta411@gmail.com

www.behance.net/Saachi-Mehta

www.facebook.com/pages/Blah-Always

Urbanity and Modern Space

Urbanity and Modern Space

The Future of Money - Victoria & Albert Publication

The Future of Money – Victoria & Albert Publication

 

Born this Way

Born this Way

Born this Way

Born this Way

Dockside Diner children's chair

Dockside Diner children’s chair

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Tata Tea advertisement

 

The Buta Festival for Azerbaijani Arts comes to TESTBED1

As part of the Buta Festival for Azerbaijani Arts, Aloff Theatre presents the world premiere of ‘Telescope’, taking place in TESTBED1 25 Feb – 7 March.

Buta Festival of Azerbaijani Arts

Caught between life and death, relearning everything he thought he knew, the hero of Elchin’s comedy ‘Telescope’ is a classic everyman. But as he sees the human world he has left behind from a new perspective, how will he cope with the surprises in store from the people he thought he knew best of all?

Aloff Theatre brings ‘Telescope’ to a London audience for the first time in an immersive adaptation that gets to the heart of a story that challenges our conceptions of what we believe and what we know about our lives.

In this evocative site-specific production, a man hovers halfway to heaven after dying and finds himself at a Way Station to Heaven administered by angel bureaucrats and filled with other souls patiently awaiting their ultimate journey onwards. Guided through the system by the soul of an old flame, the man gets an unusual perspective of the family and friends he left behind on Earth, giving him a bird’s eye view of what they really think of him – and in the process he discovers more than a few truths about himself.”

Cast

Chris Simmons, Tanya Franks, Joe Eyre, Sergio Covino, Anna Darvas, Paul Brennan, Rachel Esposti, Amanda Reed, Elliott Bornemann, Felicity Jolly and Hannah Genesius.

Creative team

Written by Elchin
Directed by 
Matthew Gould
Casting by Benjamin Newsome
Lighting Design by Joshua Sung
Set Design by Faye Bradley
Costume Design by Jean Gray
Produced by Sanan Aliyev for Aloff Theatre.

Dates: 25 Feb – 7 March 2015
Time: 7:30pm
Tickets: £15 General / £12 Concession
Book tickets here
Running Time: 90 mins, no interval

Twitter: @alofftheatre
Facebook: fb.com/alofftheatre
Website: www.alofftheatre.org

NEW! Monthly printing, knitting and dyeing workshops at Doodle

Due to popular demand, our Printing and Dyeing Workshops with Creative Arts Graduate, Nicole Line, are BACK! And this time we’ve thrown in some knitting workshops to boot.

On the third Monday of the month, you will have the opportunity to make jewellery, upcycle old clothes, make presents for friends or just have fun in this new series of workshops.

Below is an overview of the workshops, what each one entails and a list of what is or isn’t provided. Spaces are limited so do book well in advance to secure your spot – the last series was a complete sell-out.

Screen Printing: £18pp / 2 hours 
Monday 16 February, 7.30pm

Screen printing is a versatile process that allows you to experiment with exciting and expressive techniques such as creating your own stencils to print with. In this hands on class you will be shown practical ways to implement your ideas. We will be exploring the building of colour onto sample prints and pushing boundaries within your designs.

This workshop is aimed at beginners through to experienced printers. Nicole will guide you though each process, resulting in a final print onto a bag, item of clothing or cloth.

Please dress for mess!

Preparation before the workshop 
Stencils: You are welcome to prepare your stencils at home to allow more time for printing.
Images: Bring any images along to the workshop which has inspired you.
Cloth: Bring your own items to up-cycle; t-shirts, fabric, napkins, aprons. See what you have at home! All fabrics should be natural; cottons, linens, silks…
NB: Due to table space, please do not bring large table cloths to print onto.
Tote Bags: Are for sale at £3 per bag

Images of screen printing: http://www.nicoleline.com/index/#/screen/

Nicole supplies the following:
– Screens & squeegees
– Cutting matts & craft knives
– Scissors
– Paper & card
– Pigments & binder
– Rollers
– Calico
– Art books

Tickets: £18pp for a 2 hour workshop
BOOK TICKETS HERE

Finger Knitting: £15pp / 2 hours
Monday 16th March, 7.30pm

During this workshop, you will be shown how to make yarn from your unwanted t-shirts. You will be able to turn your old t-shirts into chunky accessories, such as bracelets and necklaces. A selection of yarns and unusual threads such as silicone cord and rope will be provided.

This workshop is aimed at beginners to experienced finger knitters!

Nicole will guide you through each process resulting in a selection of funky jewellery.

Preparation before the workshop 
T-shirts: Make sure the clothing you bring has a slight stretch in the fabric making it easier to finger knit & bring up to 3+ items of clothing with you.
Yarns: If you have any interesting threads, yarns or chains at home, bring them along to the workshop.

Images of finger knitting: http://www.nicoleline.com/index/#/finger-knitting/

Nicole supplies the following:
– Yarns
– Hessian string
– Rubber sords
– Rope
– Scissors

NB: T-shirts will not be provided.

Tickets: £15pp for a 2 hour workshop
BOOK TICKETS HERE

Mono printing: £15pp / 2 hours 
Monday 20th April, 7.30pm

During this workshop we will be testing your drawing skills! (Don’t worry, tracing is allowed)

You are required to design several drawings onto paper and transfer this onto cloth or card by applying pressure onto the printing plate. The workshop will allow you to discover ways of transferring your images onto cloth and card by drawing into the inks.

This workshop is aimed at beginners through to experienced printers. Nicole will guide you though each process, resulting in final prints onto cloth and card.

Please dress for mess!

Preparation before the workshop 
Stencils: You are welcome to prepare drawings and stencils to allow more time for printing
Images: Bring any images along to the workshop which you are keen to take inspiration from; magazines, books, postcards…

NB: If you are keen to create a number of cards please provide your own collection, 4 sheets of card will be provided for each printer.

Images of mono printing: http://www.nicoleline.com/index/#/mono-printing/

Nicole supplies the following
– Inks 
– Cutting matts & craft knives
– Scissors
– Paper & card
– Rollers
– Calico
– Art books

Tickets: £15pp for a 2 hour workshop
BOOK TICKETS HERE

Heat press printing: £25pp / 2 hours 
Monday 15th May, 7.30pm

The heat press is a large and very hot iron which heats up to 200 degrees. During this workshop you will be making your own colourful disperse paper dyes and transferring this onto cloth, trapping flat objects such as lace and your hand cut stencils.

This workshop is aimed at beginners through to experienced printers. Nicole will guide you though each process, resulting in a final designs onto cloth.

Preparation before the workshop 
Cloth: For this workshop the disperse papers will only work on synthetic fabrics, polyester and nylons… Do you have a scarf or top which is synthetic?
Images: Gather any images together which you can get inspiration from
Objects: Do you have any interesting flat objects at home? Bring it in and try it out on the heat press!

Images of the heat press: http://www.nicoleline.com/index/#/heat-pess/

Tote Bags: Are for sale at £3 per bag

Nicole supplies the following:
– Heat press
– Disperse dyes
– Papers
– Polyester fabric
– Flat objects such as lace and string
– Scissors
– Cutting matts and craft knives

Tickets: £25pp for a 2 hour workshop
BOOK TICKETS HERE

Indigo Dyeing: £15pp / 2 hours
Monday 15th June, 7.30pm

Using the Japanese shibori techniques you will be; tying, pleating, scrunching, folding, knotting your fabrics, changing the natural shapes of the cloth. The indigo allows instant results leaving a beautiful blue shade on your cloth once dipped into the dye.

This workshop is aimed at beginners to experienced Indigo Dyers! Nicole will guide you through each process resulting in a selection of quirky designs.

Please dress for mess!

Preparation before the workshop 
Final pieces: Bring your own items to indigo; t-shirts, fabric, napkins, aprons…See what you have at home or in the local charity shop! Bring up to 4 items of clothing with you to dip into the indigo.
Fabrics: If you are wanting to explore other fabrics for sampling cottons, linens, silks work best.

NB: Please do not bring large items to indigo such as large table cloths and duvet sheets

Tote Bags: Are for sale at £3 per bag

Images of Indigo Dyeing: http://www.nicoleline.com/index/#/indigo-dying/

Nicole supplies the following:
– Indigo grains
– Calico fabric
– Rubber bands & string
– Scissors

Tickets: £15pp for a 2 hour workshop
BOOK TICKETS HERE

Lino printing:  £15pp / 2 hours 
Monday 20th July, 7.30pm


 

 

 

 

 

Using the lino cutter you will be carving your designs from sheets of lino which will be provided. Once the lino is carved and ready to go, you will be printing your designs onto cloth and card using a range of colours.

Nicole will guide you though each process, resulting in a final print onto a bag, item of clothing, cloth or card. This workshop is aimed at beginners through to experienced printers.

Please dress for mess!

Preparation before the workshop 
Images: Due to the amount of time we have, it is advised to plan your images ready to be carved into the lino. Keep your designs simple using interesting shapes and sizes.
Cloth: Calico fabric and card will be provided, but see what things you have at home to up-cycle; old cushion covers, t-shirts & tops, napkins, aprons… keep your fabric natural; cottons, linens, silks!

Tote Bags: Are for sale at £3 per bag

Nicole supplies the following: 
– Lino & lino cutter
– Calico fabric & card
– Scissors
– Rollers
– Pigment & binder
– Art books
– Cutting matts and craft knives

Tickets: £15pp for a 2 hour workshop
BOOK TICKETS HERE

Tie-Dyeing: £15pp / 2 hours
Monday 17th August, 7.30pm

Using dylon dyes we will be transforming your clothing into colourful pieces ready for the summer! Drawing with dyes onto cloth and dipping into buckets of dye creating unusual and wacky patterns by tying, folding, pleating and scrunching the cloth

This workshop is aimed at beginners to experienced Tie Dyers! Nicole will guide you through each process resulting in a selection of interesting designs.

Please dress for mess!

Preparation before the workshop 
Clothing: See what you have at home, or visit the local charity shop, bring up to 4 items of clothing to the workshop.

Images of Tie Dyeing: http://www.nicoleline.com/index/#/tie-dying/

Tote Bags: Are for sale at £3 per bag

Tickets: £15pp for a 2 hour workshop
BOOK TICKETS HERE

French Knitting: £15pp / 2 hours 
Monday 21st September, 7.30pm

Using the dolly’s and materials provided you will be french knitting tubes to be tuned into quirky accessories and making yarn from wanted clothing.

FYI t-shirts work best!

This workshop is aimed at beginners to experienced French knitters! Nicole will guide you through each process resulting in a selection of funky jewellery.

Preparation before the workshop 
T-shirts: Dig deep in your wardrobes and draws! Bring t-shirts that have a slight stretch in the fabric making it easer to French Knit whilst using the dolly.
Yarns: See what interesting threads an cords you have at home.

Nicole supplies the following:
– French knitted dollys
– Selection of yarns
– Scissors

Tickets: £15pp for a 2 hour workshop
BOOK TICKETS HERE

Up-cycling your clothes!: £25pp / 2 hours
Monday 19th October, 7.30pm

For this workshop you are required to provide your own items to up-cycle. Your task is to find interesting clothing and fabric from your local charity shop or car boot sale. Please bring a couple of items to transform, such as a shirt, jumper, dress, scarf or apron…. have a good look in your wardrobe too!

Nicole will be providing her Heat Press for this workshop – a large and very hot iron which heats up to 200 degrees. You will have the chance to experiment with textile metallic foiling and flocking.

Foiling: Transferring metallic film to fabric using the heat press.This can be applied using foil adhesive (a bit like glue) painting your design directly onto your item of clothing or foil using a paint brush. Placing the metallic foiling on top of your adhesive, then popping this under the heat press for 20 seconds, leaving your image looking shiny!

Flocking: Is raised velvet. To transfer this onto your item of clothing using the same technique as ‘foiling’. Painting adhesive directly onto your piece of fabric and placing under the heat press for 20 – 30 seconds.

To begin with you will be sampling the techniques onto calico which is provided by Nicole, then printing onto your final piece.

Washing instructions: Wash by hand in cold or lukewarm water so that your deigns last! Ironing instructions: Turn clothing inside out and iron on the reverse side, low heat & no steam.

Images of heat press printing: http://www.nicoleline.com/index/#/heat-pess/

This workshop is aimed at beginners through to experienced printers. Nicole will guide you though each process, resulting in final designs onto cloth.

Preparation before the workshop
Fabrics: Search for interesting fabrics, such as leather and suede, cottons, linens, silks!
Images: Look for patterns and bring them along to the workshop to help spark ideas with your designs.
Card: You are able to heat press onto card, if you are wanting to create a few Christmas cards please provide your own selection.

Please dress for mess!

Nicole supplies the following:
– Heat Press
– Cutting matts & craft knives
– A selection of coloured foils
– Flock
– Adhesive
– Scissors
– Art books
– Paint brushes
– Calico

Tote Bags: Are for sale at £3 per bag

Tickets: £25pp for a 2 hour workshop
BOOK TICKETS HERE

Block printing: £15pp / 2 hours 
Monday 16th November, 7.30pm

Your first task is to draw two images onto paper (tracing is allowed). Once you have passed the first hurdle, the next step is to carve into the poly block!

You will be experimenting with colour and transferring this onto cloth creating a range of samples. We love to up-cycle so see what you have at home, such as old shirts and napkins!

Visit your local charity shop or car boot sale and search for interesting things to print onto (Battersea Boot on a Sunday afternoon is perfect for cheap cloths)

This workshop is aimed at beginners through to experienced printers. Nicole will guide you though each process, resulting in a final print onto a bag, item of clothing or cloth.

Preparation before the workshop 
Clothing: Find interesting items to print onto, shirts, T’s, napkins…
Fabric: Although calico fabric will be provided, bring in old scraps of patterned fabric!
Images: Have a think about what you might print, gather images for inspiration

Please dress for mess!

Images of block printing: http://www.nicoleline.com/index/#/block-printing/

Tote Bags: Are for sale at £3 per bag

Nicole supplies the following:
– Poly blocks
– Cutting matts & craft knives
– Scissors
– Paper & card
– Pigments & binder
– Rollers
– Calico
– Art books

Tickets: £15pp for a 2 hour workshop
BOOK TICKETS HERE

Cancellations 

Please let Nicole know if you can’t make any of the workshops by phone / text or email.

If you are unable to make a workshop, your ticket can be refunded only if you give 5 days notice prior to the date of the workshop.

T: 07590376528

E: nicole.line@icloud.com

 

How to talk about wine

How to talk about wine

How to talk about wine Wine drinking is easy. Wine tasting, however, can be a little intimidating – there’s the sniffing and the swirling and, most of all, the strange words and tortured similies that you apparently have to understand to be able to talk about wine.

However, once you’ve had an introduction into what people are actually talking about when they describe a wine, it’s so much easier to guess what they mean when they describe what they’ve just sipped as, ”a dense, brambly nose which threatens violence, brooding but with a feminine side”.

Below is a short glossary of common wine descriptors and what they really mean. Familiarity with the terms below will allow you to “talk” wine like a pro or at least translate the occasional gibberish of experts at dinner parties or in magazines.

  • Cerebral – Not immediately appealing, or, actually, not terribly pleasant at all.
  • Delicate – Thin. Don’t drink it with a curry.
  • Elegant – A more expensive way of saying “delicate”.
  • Floral – See “Perfumed”.
  • Mineral – Smells like a kettle that needs de-scaling.
  • Perfumed – See “Floral”.
  • Pretty – The wine equivalent of describing a house as “quaint”.
  • Serious – Scary, one glass only.
  • Surprisingly good – Surprisingly cheap.
  • Vegetal – Tastes like a compost heap, jogger’s socks or pile of horse dung.

Like to just taste lots of great wines – no special vocabulary required?

Come along to the Honest Grapes Big Day Out at TestBed1 on Sunday November 2, from 2pm – 8pm. We’ll have 50 great wines available for tasting, as well as food, kid’s activities and advice from experts who can give you advice about wine in plain English.

You can find more details and buy tickets at www.honestgrapes.co.uk/bigdayout.

Half Term at the Doodle Bar!

Half Term at Doodle BarHalf Term at the Doodle Bar is a programme of creative events to entertain your little ones!

Guest hosts including Tangled Tales, the Minnow Club, Margaret Bateson-Hill and the Old School Club , will be running fun and engaging workshops Monday-Thursday, 10am-12pm.

You’ll also be to make, bake and taste pizzas with Well Kneaded from 11.30am – 1pm.

PROGRAMME:

Mon 27 Oct:
Spoon puppets with Tangled Tales (Lambeth County fair) – book here now

Tues 28 Oct:
Halloween arts and craft with Captain Cookie and The Minnow Club (Camp Bestival) – book here now

Weds 29 Oct:
Storytelling, 3D dragon mask-making and creative writing with Margaret Bateson-Hill (The Dragon Racer series) – book here now

Thurs 30 Oct:
Making felt bags, sewing & appliqué with the Old School Club – book here now

PLUS!

Make, bake and taste pizzas with Well Kneaded, every day 11.30am – 1pm. (Drop in)

Limited availability – book tickets in advance or contact halfterm@thedoodlebar.com for further information

– Monday 27th October – Thursday 30th October
– 10am – 12pm (Workshops)
– 11.30am – 1pm (Well Kneaded)
– £10 per workshop

 

 

 

Printing and dyeing workshops at the Doodle Bar

Printing and dyeing workshops at the Doodle BarOver the coming weeks, Creative Arts graduate Nicole Line will bring a travelling studio to Doodle and will be hosting a series of printing and dyeing workshops in the bar.

The workshops are a great opportunity to learn a variety of printing and dyeing techniques in a fun and relaxed environment..i.e with a cocktail in hand!

Monday 20th October: Screen Printing
You will have the chance to create stencils and use the silk-screens provided, creating your own prints using pigments and binder. Please wear suitable clothing and bring items from home to print onto – tea towels, pillow covers, aprons, t-shirts, tote bags.

Please book this workshop here on Eventbrite

Monday 27th October – Indigo Dyeing
Nicole will show you a range of Shibori techniques; binding, stitching, folding, twitting, compressing the cloth. This process can be messy so please wear suitable clothing and wear gloves. Bring items from home to dye – tea towels, pillow covers, aprons, t-shirts, tote bags.

Please book this workshop here on Eventbrite

Monday 17th November – Mono Printing
Using flat objects such as lace and feathers you will be mark making and drawing into the paint creating samples for your sketchbooks. Bring any interesting fabrics from home to print onto and wear suitable clothing.

Please book this workshop here on Eventbrite

Monday 24th November – Block Printing
Using poly blocks you will be carving designs and creating prints onto cloth, also mixing your own colours from a range of pigments. Please wear suitable clothing and bring items from home to print onto – tea towels, pillow covers, aprons, t-shirts, tote bags

Please book this workshop here on Eventbrite

Monday 8th December – Tie Dyeing
Bring items from home to tie dye! You will be scrunching, pleating, twisting your fabric and using Dylon dyes to coat your fabric with colour. This process can be messy, please wear suitable clothing and wear gloves. Bring items from home to dye – tea towels, pillow covers, aprons, t-shirts, tote bags

Please book this workshop here on Eventbrite

Monday 15th December – Christmas Screen Printing 
Bring a selection of items that you can print on to for Xmas presents! Pillow covers, t-shirts, aprons and tote bags

Please book this workshop here on Eventbrite

– 7.30pm start
– Max. 15 people per session – book to avoid disappointment! 
– Workshops are 2 hours long
– Participants must book tickets before the workshops and bring confirmation
– Cost: £13 per person per workshop

 

 

Recipe: Pugliese burrata on a panzanella salad

Pugliese burrata on a panzanella salad

Pugliese burrata on a panzanella salad

To celebrate our new weekly ping pong and meatballs night, our favourite Italians (well..half Italians..) and regular Doodle street food vendors, the Belpassi Bros, have given us this awesome recipe to share with Doodle customers.

Burrata is like turbo-mozzarella – creamier, sloppier and far superior to its well-known cousin. La burrata comes from Puglia in Southern Italy and literally means ‘buttery’. It’s becoming evermore available in shops and restaurants in the UK, so get down to your local deli pronto to get your hands on some, ‘cos if you haven’t tried it before, you’re in for a treat!

The Belpassi Bros pop-up at Doodle Bar every Wednesday evening for our new ping pong night. Combine their legendary meatballs with a game of ping pong and you could win a £50 bar tab…doesn’t get much better than that!

Belpassi Bros

Belpassi Bros

Pugliese burrata on a panzanella salad

Tomato, bread and cheese never tasted this good!

Serves 4
2 x burrata (see a specialist Italian cheese deli)
400g of tomatoes (freshest is best)
1/2 loaf or leftover ciabatta (w/olives is optional)
Handful of basil
Extra virgin olive oil
A splash of white wine vinegar
Salt & pepperSummer is pretty much over, so use the next couple of weeks to make this delicious, light and simple dish that will get the tastebuds amped…’the simple things done right are the best!’Place the ciabatta in the oven for 10 minutes on 170 degrees, unless you have bought fresh.

Using a tray, cut up all the tomatoes and tear the ciabatta into pieces. Season with the juice of one whole lemon, olive oil, salt & pepper. This is a process that you need to taste as you are going along. You want to keep feeding the ciabatta with olive oil so that it soaks it up, then add a good splash of white wine vinegar.

Tear and add the basil last of all so the basil leaves don’t get too soggy.

Place the panzanella salad in the middle of the plate, drain the burrata, tear in half and place beautifully on top of the portion. To finish, drizzle extra virgin olive oil and season to serve.

Belpassi Bros

Belpassi Bros