London Lite Monday, 9 November 2009 17 ADVERTISEMENT MAMAS KNOW BEST I nfamous fresh pasta maker Giovanni Rana has conducted a nationwide search to find women who represent the epitome of an Italian Mama in the UK. Recognising that the British public has really taken Italian cooking to heart, he was able to choose from a whole host of suitable candidates passionate about food. Say buon giorno to the first Giovanni Rana Mamas - Daniela Calastri from Essex and Monica Costa from London. Together they have now travelled to Verona to meet up with Giovanni Rana himself and are both busy sharing their favourite ingredients and family recipes with the nation. It was in Verona that Giovanni Rana first began making fresh pasta in 1961 with the help of ten women in a small shop. Since then, he has continued to rely on the input and advice from housewives, as they always want the very best for their families. 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. i R a ionwide. n the RP of 1.99 ble from onwide. Are you a mum who want to join the Giovanni Rana Mamas panel? Find out more at www.giovannirana.co.uk/ campaign4mums Giovanni Rana is renowned for always using the highest quality, authentic ingredients and the extra thin pasta means that you can really taste these delicious flavours. Giovanni Rana Prosciutto Crudo & Cheese Cappelletti with figs, ricotta cheese & rocket a take on the famous Italian salad Serve 4 2 packs of Giovanni Rana Rich Prosciutto Crudo & Cheese Cappelletti, 8 figs, stalks removed and cut in quarters, 1 small bag of wild rocket,100g of ricotta cheese, Olive oil Heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a frying pan, when it is hot add the figs in one layer. Cook them each side until they begin to caramelise. 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