I always thought that some of the most friendly people I’ve met are the Irish and the Australian, after the Maltese of course :-). In some way or another I was lucky to work with people coming from both countries and my experiences were positive and fun. Some weeks ago, Berenice, a Maltese friend of […]

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Choosing a different original dish each time you cook is practically impossible. Although I believe that we should put ourselves in a position to get inspired rather than wait for it to happen (one day, one time), there are days when we feel we may perform better than usual…..and this happens to us when we […]

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Ed eats biscuits

On April 20, 2011 By

Collaborating with others may be a difficult process for some. It took less than 15 minutes to understand that we may work with Ed. Sharing the same enogastronomical passion definitely helped us break the ice, but more than anything else, it was sharing the same idea of the importance of collaboration that allowed us to […]

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Tartufo Time

On March 26, 2011 By

Apart from the classical season during October and November, Tartufo (Bianchetto in this case) is also found between January and April. Although it is less prestigious and hence less expensive it is still sought after by many. Whilst shopping at The White Sheep in Gzira 3 weeks ago, I was asked whether I wanted some […]

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For many years I always knew Ravioli to be filled with Ricotta and accompanied with a tomato sauce.  My mother used to buy “Ravjul” from this place close to home and I would gladly go through 12 of them when they were well sized. After I started experimenting in the kitchen, say 5-6 years ago, […]

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On February 18, 2011 By

When someone starts speaking about his business I get different reactions, and these are usually based on how excited and engaged the person in front of me is. Although by nature there are sectors that intrigue me more than others, I am usually hooked by those people that are totally absorbed by what they are […]

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Kettle Boiling

On February 16, 2011 By

Making client presentations is an exciting process. This Thursday I went to present Raw Biscuits to an important player in one of the retail sectors. The  presentation went well and I got to know some interesting people. It fascinates me how people may connect so quickly with others if all are sharing the same philosophy. […]

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Our Bakery

On January 5, 2011 By

  The satisfaction derived from practising a sport is unique. This is the same satisfaction Raw Biscuits derives as it builds solutions for the world of football. By applying its Marketing and IT expertise, Raw Biscuits aims to become a leading player in the provision of online solutions for the world of football.

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What we cook

On January 3, 2011 By

  Raw Biscuits is passionate about baking its own bread, even if it comes in a different form to the loaf we are so proud of. Our ability to use and blend our Marketing and IT skills assist us to propose varied solutions to the football market. Generating innovative ideas and solutions in the football sector. Challenging existing […]

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Our Team

On November 22, 2010 By

To get to know each other better we believe we should kick off a discussion with an espresso and a cookie. In the mean time the info-graphics below will give you a better understanding of who we are. Claudio Camilleri Chief Baker  

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On April 10, 2013 By

Pitch22 is a web application developed for youth and amateur football (soccer) clubs around the world. The objective of the platform is to facilitate the administration of the clubs, give them control of their data and improve communication amongst the administration staff, coaches, parents and players. In essence we feel we are in the market […]

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