20 Monday, 2 November 2009 London Lite ADVERTISEMENT FANCY A TASTE OF ITALY TONIGHT? G iovanni Ranas fresh pasta range brings authentic Italian flavours to life and takes minutes to prepare. Look out for the team of Italian Mamas pounding the streets this week and pick up your pack of Giovanni Rana Fresh Ricotta & Tender Spinach Tortelloni. Discover a truly authentic Italian meal in minutes with Giovanni Ranas fresh, filled pasta. The delicious tortelloni are rolled extra thinly which results in the shell being stuffed full of mouth watering fresh ingredients. Giovanni Rana first began making fresh pasta almost 40 years ago and today, continues to work with mums as he recognises them for wanting the very best for their families. Giovanni Rana fresh pasta range also comprises of Chicken with a hint of Rosemary Tortelloni, Prosciutto Crudo and Cheese Cappelletti, Sun-ripened Tomato and Mozzarella Tortelloni and Rich Italian Bolognese Tortelloni. All fresh filled pasta products in the Giovanni Rana range have a RRP of 1.99 per pack (250g) and are available from Asda & Sainsburys stores nationwide. e f 1.99 from de. Are you are an Italian mama who has what it takes to join the Giovanni Rana Mamas? To find out more visit www.giovannirana.co.uk/ campaign4mums Why not try this recipe from the mamas tonight? Giovanni Rana Fresh Ricotta & Tender Spinach Tortelloni with wild mushrooms Serves 2 1 pack of Giovanni Rana Fresh Ricotta & Tender Spinach tortelloni, 1 clove garlic, finely chopped, 200g of mixed wild mushrooms (chanterelles, ceps, etc.), 2 tablespoons of crme fraiche, Olive oil, Butter, Salt & pepper and Grated parmesan. Heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil and 20g of butter in a frying pan. Add the garlic and cook it until soft. Add the mushrooms and cook them over a medium heat for 6-8 minutes. Meanwhile, in a large pan, bring to the boil plenty of water with some salt. When the water is boiling, add the Giovanni Rana Fresh Ricotta & Tender Spinach Tortelloni to the pan and cook for one minute. Drain the tortelloni. Add the tortelloni and crme fraiche to the frying pan with the wild mushrooms. Serve immediately with the grated parmesan. Can-a-lot!Brits spend 47m on pre-mixed tipples THE head of a leading London fertility clinic has hit back at claims his practice used sperm that could have resulted in women miscarrying. Dr Kamal Ahujas London Womens Clinic used damaged sperm that medical experts say could have increased the risk of a failed pregnancy. The genetic abnormality found in the sperm is also known to increase the risk of a child having serious health problems. But Dr Ahuja said there was absolutely no medical basis for suggesting the incident could have led to miscarriage. He said: No unhealthy baby has been born. This condition is fairly common in the population. One in 400 people is affected by it. by KEVIN WIDDop Fightback: Dr Kamal Ahuja Norisk frombad spermat IVFclinic Greens:Met isabitdim THE Green Party has slammed Scotland Yard for urging people to leave house lights on to deter burglars. The partys Jenny Jones said the Met had failed to address the environmental impact of Operation Bumblebee, which aims to reverse a sudden rise in burglary cases across London. PRE-MIXED spirits and cocktails such as canned gin and tonic or Cosmopolitans are replacing alocopops as the favourite drink for millions of Britons. Figures today show a growth in the popularity of ready-made classic drinks bought by people unwilling to mix their own, as brightly coloured alcopops go out of style This year Britons will spend 29m on pre-mixed spirits in cans, and another 18m on cocktails sold by the bottle. Market researcher Mintel forecasts the market will be worth 106m in five years. It said alcopops have fallen out of favour with all but the very young, because they are seen as unhealthy, unsophisticated and linked to teenage drinkers. In 2004, 286million litres of alcopops were sold in the UK, compared with a projected 90 million this year -- down almost 70 per cent. They are being replaced by more upmarket choices, either pre-mixed spirits like gin and tonic or Pimms and lemonade, sold in cans, or ready-cocktails, said a Mintel spokeswoman. Purchasing separate bottles of spirit and mixer can seem off-puttingly expensive. index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html