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Diavoletti is a unique and special cheese. The name translates to “little devils” and it’s a small provolina-shaped smoked cheese with a single chilli-stuffed olive at its centre. The balance of the mild cheese with the salty olive and kick of chilli makes for a wonderfully unexpected taste sensation. This year, That’s Amore Cheese Diavoletti was awarded champion flavoured cheese at the Australian Grand Dairy Awards and won a gold medal at the Australian Food Awards. W: f


Trentham Tucker first began in 1984 in a small country kitchen in Trentham, Victoria, devoted to maintaining the tradition of delicious home baking. Trentham Tucker ensures everything is handmade from the finest-quality Australian ingredients, rich farmhouse produce and natural fruits. Old-fashioned love and care are the secret ingredients in the classic recipes

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